Massage Oil: Use as a body massage oil - apply as needed.
Example Aromatherapy Massage Recipe: For aromatherapy massage add 6 drops of lavender essential oil to 30ml of carrier oil.
Body Moisturizer: Apply to dry or slightly damp skin as needed.
Bath Oil: Add 1 tsp oil to bath water and enjoy! Be careful when getting out of the bath as it can make the bathtub slippery.
Carrier Oil: Carrier oils are used to dilute essential oils and “carry” them to your skin because pure essential oils are potent and can cause irritation when applied directly to your skin. The amount of essential oil you use depends on the type of essential oil you are using and the purpose of application.
Use in skin care recipes: Try using in soaps, body scrubs, salves, lip balms, lotions, creams and more
Storage tips: Refrigerate or keep in cool/dark area to lengthen its shelf life. It can be combined with vitamin E oil to help extend the shelf life.
100% Natural Bubble Bath that is scent-free so you just get the bubbles! We know you want to use safe and natural ingredients but you still want bubbles in your bath. The scent-free option is great for young children, sensitive skin or if you prefer to add your own essential oils.
Activated charcoal is charcoal that has been infused with oxygen to increase its ability to absorb matter and toxins. Possibly the most absorbent cosmetic ingredient available as it is said to be able to absorb thousands of times its own weight.
Ideal for all skin types including oily/acne prone. Helps to draw out impurities, heal blemishes and prevent further breakouts. An anti-aging ingredient as it helps to tighten pores, smooth skin and reduce inflammation. Add to facial mask, cleansers, soaps & more!
Facial Mask Recipe: Add approx. 1 part clay, 1 part activated charcoal and 2 parts water and mix until a smooth paste. Apply a thin layer to face and leave for 10-15 mins. Rinse with warm water.
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INGREDIENTS: Activated Charcoal
You can use this charcoal powder for many cosmetic purposes including facial masks, bath soaks, bar soaps, bath bomb recipes and more! The most common use is for homemade facial masks (see below for recipe).
Facial Mask Recipe: Add approx. 1 part charcoal powder to 2 parts water and mix until a smooth paste. Apply a thin layer to face and leave for 10-15 mins. Rinse with warm water.
Make a personalized facial mask by adding a small amount of carrier oil, essential oil or honey.