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    A great gift idea - a wonderful scented after bath splash. Don't worry about using vodka - pure alcohol such as this is often used in beauty products.

    Recipe #55016

    This all natural formula includes an ingredient whose sweet scent is prized as both an anti-depressant and an appetite suppressant. The cologne is light and not overpowering at all... plus it has great uplifting properties! I found this on care2 website and have been using it regularly. This would make a great gift for the holidays for that someone special. Cooking time is time for the cologne to age.

    Recipe #258787

    Here is a good oil based facial cleanser from www.associatedcontent.com that you can easily make in your own kitchen. You should store these in preferably a glass jar with a screw on lid that is airtight. Keep in your bathroom for easy use. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #312897

    This recipe came from "The Body Bible" by Pamela Allardice. I use it often and it is really cheap and works well even on very sensitive skin (like mine). I buy my kaolin clay from a ceramics supply shop and it is very cheap...I think the last time I bought it i paid about $3.50 for 5kg (about 11 lbs). I sometimes add thyme to the parsley, this is good for loosening blackheads. Make sure you use course ground almond meal, the last meal I bought was fine and it doesn't work anywhere near as well as the course stuff.

    Recipe #67372

    1 Reviews |  By JustaQT

    This gel will work well for men or women. It soothes skin after you've finished shaving. It's one of those great, simple recipes that will replace what you buy at the store. It's alcohol free, so it's great for even sensitive skin.

    Recipe #93576

    Sometimes the easiest remedies are at home! Aloe Vera Gel is very healing to the skin

    Recipe #319579

    This cleanser is a great anti-bacterial and can treat acne in a snap.

    Recipe #300965

    She must have loved these. I know that I do! Use your favorite essential oils. These are so worth the effort. Directions on how to choose the proper molds are included

    Recipe #269565

    A basic recipe for lip gloss with limitless variations. I can find the beet powder in the herb section of the natural foods store. Cook time is cool time. Inspired by recipes from Natural Beauty at Home by Janice Cox.

    Recipe #268322

    from Natural Beauty at Home by Janice Cox. Stearic acid is a white, waxy powder obtained from animal fats and oils. It is frequently used in making candles, soaps and cosmetics and gives stiffness to creams and acts as an emulsifier to ensure the oil and water stay combined. Janice Cox suggests beeswax as a substitute if you cannot find it.

    Recipe #266234

    Simple base formula that can be adapted to anyone's personal taste. Leaves skin feeling soft and silky smooth.

    Recipe #38503

    This is for those beauty divas who want ultra shiny luxurious hair that's full of highlights. It's for those who have dark brown or black hair.

    Recipe #107722

    The perfect massage bar for a special Valentine treat (or any time you need a little TLC)! These are rich and full of vitamin E. Cocoa butter and coconut oil can generally be found at nutrition stores; the decorative molds can be found at craft/hobby stores. And even though the chocolaty aroma of the cocoa butter is very strong, the peppermint, florals, and ylang-ylang give it a beautiful fragrance. Ylang-ylang may be hard to find, but by all means, try it - and remember, a little goes a looooonnnnng way! Also remember to store these in the refrigerator - coconut oil likes to melt easily, but it makes the bars silkier!

    Recipe #82928

    2 Reviews |  By JustaQT

    Essential to keep skin wonderful looking and feeling.

    Recipe #93728

    This is a light,tropical and luscious body butter that smells almost good enough to eat! I wouldn't however!!! I received this recipe in a monthy e-newsletter I receive from Nature's Gift. It is a wonderful small company in TN which specializes in essential oils and aromatherapy supplies. I love applying this butter right after I get out of the shower since it literally melts into your skin and leaves you soft and silky. It is wonderful in the winter but you may find it a little heavy in the warmer months. I remedy this situation by applying the butter sparingly after showering while my body is still damp... the water combines with the oils in the butter and helps emulsify it...right into your skin. I love the light, tropical scent from the coconut oil and cocoa butter... the essential oils are optional, but I think you will find them heavenly! I have a special bowl and beaters I use just for this recipe... just so I don't use them for anything else. Be sure to store this butter in a cool place since it will melt and turn into a soupy mess!

    Recipe #256951

    I found this in the June 2002 issue of the Craft Magazine. I'm guessing as to how long it takes to make this.

    Recipe #32195

    From the Q&A Trouble Shooter column answered by Rima Soni of the Weekend dated Dec 20-26'2002.

    Recipe #49687

    This recipe makes 12 12-ounce gift jars, plus a bonus of 3 to 4 cups extra bath salts (you could use them for stocking stuffers...but I always have to 'test' mine). You can use a large stand mixer (like a KitchenAid) to mix the salts. You could use a different essential oil/essence. One of my favorites is to make a strawberries & cream jar. Use Strawberry essence/essential oil and red dye (I still make the layers). I'll then attach a tube of facial cream to the jar lid. One year I dehydrated some thinly sliced strawberries and scattered them among the layers--that came out beautifully!

    Recipe #103977

    For soft, shiny, scented hair. Cut the recipe in half for shorter hair

    Recipe #319593

    I have named this scrub after the Zaar member/chef who gave me the idea and inspiration to make this. There was a topic about nuts and their "use by date" I had a look in my kitchen cupboard and found ground almonds which had passed their date. I use almonds in the soaps I make, but at the moment I am into the salt scrubs. The vitamin E is in there for your skin and as an extra preservative. You can use different oil; choose any vegetable oil you like. I used almond fragrance oil for this scrub, and for the grated soap a cream bar. So Chia... here it is!

    Recipe #58626

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