How would it smell if you combined cranberries with rose petals and then added a splash of bubbly? Today’s Fragrance Friday feature is the answer: Cranberry Rose Fragrance Oil. From our catalog: “Cranberry Rose is a little fruity, a little floral, a little sweet, and a little tart all rolled […]

Fragrance Friday: Cranberry Rose

Next in the trio of Rose Hydrosol facial care products is a fabulous mask! Masks are a great way to deep clean the skin, drawing out impurities that regular face washing leaves behind. Try using a mask weekly as a bit of self-care spa time and a treat for your […]

Cleansing Rose Hydrosol Facial Mask

A toner is a wonderful addition to a face care routine. Spritzing the skin with liquid before applying lotion helps greatly with hydration. Let’s make a toner and you’ll see what I mean. We’ll use a base of Rose Hydrosol for its excellent hydration properties. Witch Hazel is an astringent […]

Refreshing Rose Hydrosol Toner

I’ll be making three facial products this week featuring Rose Hydrosol. This magical product has the light scent of fresh roses and is a wonderful ingredient for the delicate skin on your face. Hydrosols are the water that is left after herbs are distilled to glean the essential oil. Rose […]

Luscious Rose Hydrosol Night Cream

We just got in a new fragrance this week, and I have to admit that I’ve fallen in love with this sweet scent. I know that I like many different fragrance oils, and I’m always raving about some fragrance or another, but Cherry Taffy Fragrance Oil punches that happy nostalgia […]

Fun & Easy Bath Bombs with the New Cherry Taffy ...

We’re back to see how the soap turned out using our Water Soluble Colors. I shredded all three colors of soap, then I stirred them into a batch of white soap so any bleeding of the colors would be obvious. The colors did change from the wet soap to the […]

Water Soluble Colors in CP Soap – The Results

Here’s a fun little project you can do along with me. Today we’re going to take our Water Soluble Colors and use them in cold process soap. Will they hold? Will they morph? Will they bleed? We will answer these questions! First thing to do is make a batch of […]

Water Soluble Colors in CP Soap

Sealing disks are used to keep the product out of the cap when you package lotion or cream in a jar. The disks also present a professional appearance to a product, and slow down leakage possibilities. They are not necessary, but many makers prefer to use them. We want your […]

Sealing Disks – Yea or Nay?

There are so many great techniques to try when soaping. In-the-pot swirls are among my favorite. They are easy and forgiving, and the results are so satisfying. I’ve been watching lots of videos and admiring the different bars created with this technique, and now I’m ready to make some for […]

Fun With In-The-Pot Swirls

Today’s recipe is for a lotion that is so soft, creamy, and sweet smelling it’s like rubbing frosting on your face. I know that sounds kind of weird, but due to the vanilla note, that is what this lotion makes me think of! This lotion was designed for someone with […]

A Must-Try Delectable Face Frosting!

White Tea & Sage is one of our newest fragrance oils, and Sunflower Body Milk Base is one of our newest moisturizers. Sounds like a great match to me! Today I’m going to add some of the lovely scent of White Tea & Sage to this lightweight sunshine in a […]

Two Great Products Come Together To Inspire a Spa Experience

Yesterday I got a wild hair and decided to try Cetyl Alcohol by itself as an emulsifier for this Hemp Seed Oil lotion. As I feared, Cetyl Alcohol alone was not strong enough. No matter how much I blended, it just kept separating. This was not unexpected. I didn’t change […]

Fun With Cetyl Alcohol Emulsifier