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Welcome to Our Blog!

Welcome to our new blog! We are passionate, love what we do, and hope to become an important part of your journey! We always have fun things going on here and are excited to share them with you.

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Fun Fall Melt & Pour Soap

Skill Level: Easy

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Autumn Indulgent Lip Balm

Protective lip balm in fun fall flavors and colors warm the soul on chilly autumn days!

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Candy Corn Cold Process Soap

A fun, festive way to celebrate fall on a daily basis without having to eat candy!

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Pumpkin Patch Candles

These are so cute and so easy to make too. You can pretty much use any jar with any pumpkin mold which can add more uniqueness to each candle!

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Amazing Rosehip Lotion from Scratch

We immediately fell in love with this lotion the moment it hit our skin. The anti-aging properties of rosehip seed oil make your skin look and feel awesome immediately. Since rose hip is a dry oil (easily absorbed), it does not leave a sticky or greasy residue either. This recipe is super easy and makes a great final product. Give it a try and let us know how you like it!

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Basic Sugar Scrub Recipe

This scrub will leave you feeling exfoliated, clean and moisturized without leaving your tub or shower greasy too! You can customize with different fragrance or essential oils and clays to put your own spin on it!

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How to Safely Make Hand Sanitizer from Scratch

A super hot topic right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic is hand sanitizers. We know we need to use them, but the store shelves are empty and aren't being restocked fast enough so the FDA is temporarily allowing cosmetic companies to create and sell hand sanitizer. The recipe and instructions below show you how to safely make hand sanitizer sprays. Sanitizers are fast and easy to make, it only takes about 15 minutes from start to finish and they can be used immediately. We have a recorded livestream session on how to safely make hand sanitizers - click here to watch.

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How to Make Aroma Beads

A great alternative to burning candles! These beads absorb up to 30% oil and last longer than water based bead air fresheners. Aroma Beads are easy to make and will not shrink or grow mold. I really like them in my car, as a decorative accent to silk flower arrangements, inside a lace sachet, in drawers or closets or anywhere that accumulates stale air. Use with our liquid candle dyes and fragrances oils.

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How to Make Firestarters

Firestarters are a fun, easy project to make and a great way to use up leftover wax from other projects. Firestarters sell for anywhere from $.50 to $1.00 each and since you are basically using your leftovers, the profits can be very high for you.

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How to Make Wax Bark Melts

If you haven’t already entered the wax melt market, it’s something you may not want to ignore much longer. Wax melts are an eco-friendly (especially when made with soy wax) and safe home fragrance trend that is here to stay. The global wax melt market was estimated at $2 billion in 2015 and expected to reach $6.13 billion by 2025!

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How to Make Tealights

Basic Tealights are simple to make! Tealights are a great way for customers to sample your fragrances, give away free to promote your business and use up leftover wax so it's not wasted!

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How to Make Gel Candles

Basic Gel Candles are easy to make and attract everyone's attention with the vibrant colors and translucent gel!

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How to Make Container Candles

Container candles are one of the easiest yet most versatile candles you can make. There are all types of jars, crocks, ceramics, concrete and glass that you can pour candles into. Look for jars or containers with wide enough necks so that the flame does not extinguish while you are burning your candle due to lack of air.

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Welcome to Our Blog!

Welcome to our new blog! We are passionate, love what we do, and hope to become an important part of your journey! We always have fun things going on here and are excited to share them with you.

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Fragrance Oil Blending Basics

Blending oils is fun but can be tricky, and sometimes the results are not what you expect. Use blotters to get a basic creation and then work in small batches so you aren't wasting oils and getting unexpected results. Mixing oils is like cooking with spices, add what you want, add more if necessary. Some scents smell great on their own but don't mix well, while some scents maybe not so pleasant on their own but then develop when other aromas are added to them. Some scents disappear when introduced to other oils. The good thing is there really isn't a right or wrong to blending fragrances since it's a personal preference. Be creative and have fun with it and of course like everything else - you will get better with practice.

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