Here’s one for the guys! With skin nourishing goats milk and deep cleansing clay. This bar creates loads of wonderful lather!Read More
Loose mineral powder concealer. You determine the size of this recipe.Read More
Olive Oil & Goats Milk Castile Cold Process Soap with Natural Sea SpongeRead More
Rebatching is a good way to get the feel for soap-making without having to handle any caustic ingredients. You can also use a double boiler, but we recommend the crock pot method. Takes about 2 hrs. to make.Read More
This matte finishing powder is so light and transparent, that it will not settle into fine lines. It provides a smooth, flawless complexion.
Recipe will make as much as you desire.Read More
Recipe comparable to Burt’s BeesRead More
This lip gloss has a very nice feel, not sweet, but flavorful. There did not seem to be a lot of color that transferred to the lips. The shimmer in the container will depend on what mica powder you use. If you use the Mica Pearl Flake as we did in the first tube, it will lighten the color used because it contains titanium dioxide.
This is similar to Burt’s Bees, not Lip Smackers. This lip gloss is 100% natural unless you use the lip tints (FD&C colors) to color them.Read More
Sprinkle this fine natural body powder all over your body for smooth silky skin. The sweet scent of the jasmine combined with the rose petals and geranium makes a very feminine fragrance.Read More
Try this luxurious foaming bath scrub recipe.Read More
What is felted soap?!
It’s your soap and washcloth all in one. Made with 100% Merino or Alpaca wool roving and handcrafted soap bars. Wool has natural anti-fungal properties and will retain its freshness. As you lather the soap, the wool remains tight around the soap making the bar last longer. The felt shrinks along with the soap as you use it, and the casing can be reused by slitting along the edge and inserting a new bar of soap.Read More