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  • Shea & Mango Bath Melts
    FAQ s Links Blog Links List All Products Product Search Advanced Search Home Recipes Bath Products Shea Mango Bath Melts Shea Mango Bath Melts A wonderful bath melt which mixes and disperses with a fizz when you drop one or two into the bath You can use icecube trays as moulds or anything else that you think might be suitable 200g Bicarbonate of soda 100g Citric acid 25g Shea butter 12g Mango butter 2 5ml Apricot kernel oil 1ml Wheatgerm oil good anti oxidant 3g Polysorbate 20 20 30 drops essential or fragrance oil Directions In a bowl mix together the dry ingredients and place in the moulds In a double boiler melt the butters and add the fixed oils heat through and stir well Allow a few minutes to cool before adding essentail or frangrance oils mix well Pour the oil butter into the moulds containing the dry ingredients you may want to mix in gently to fully coat the dry ingredients a remove pockets of air Cool rapidly best to place moulds in the freezer When set remove from the moulds Drop one or two into a warm bath Copyright 2016 Fresholi All Rights Reserved We use cookies

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=151:shea-a-mango-bath-melts&catid=65:bath-products&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Bubble Bags
    Policy Contact Us FAQ s Links Blog Links List All Products Product Search Advanced Search Home Recipes Bath Products Bubble Bags Bubble Bags When there s no time to soak in the bath 2 parts oatmeal 2 parts dried herbs 1 part grated soap Place all ingredients in a cloth bag and use instead of your wash cloth Copyright 2016 Fresholi All Rights Reserved We use cookies to improve our

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=103:bubble-bags&catid=65:bath-products&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Lime and Basil Soak
    a mixture of sea salt Epsom salt 5g Bicarbonate of Soda 10ml Almond Oil Essential Oils 5 Drops Lime 4 Drops Basil 1 Drop Yellow Colouring 1 Drop Green Colouring 1 In a bowl mix together the salt and bicarbonate of soda 2 In a small cup blend the oils and the colouring 3 Add the oils to the salt mixture and blend together 4 Allow the mixture to sit

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=77:lime-and-basil-soak&catid=65:bath-products&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Woodland Dream Bath Salts
    will help bring about a sense of comfort and contentment You will need a jar with a tight fitted lid Ingredients 400g Epsom Salts or a mixture of Epsom sea salts 25g Bicarbonate of Soda 5 Drops Rosewood 2 Drops Cedarwood 2 Drops Chamomile 1 In a large bowl mix the salt s and the bicarbonate of soda together thoroughly 2 In a small cup blend the oils together then

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=76:woodland-dream-bath-salts&catid=65:bath-products&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Bath Cookies (Not To be Eaten!)
    of Choice grapeseed or sunflower is good 2 Eggs 8 10 Drops Essential Oil of Choice 1 Preheat oven to 350f Gas mark 4 2 In a large bowl mix together all the ingredients until it forms a dough 3 Take a teaspoon of the dough a roll into a 1 balls place on a baking sheet You could decorate the cookies with herbs or spices such as clove buds

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=75:bath-cookies-not-to-be-eaten&catid=65:bath-products&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Red Earth Balancing Bath Salts
    Bath Salts Red Earth Balancing Bath Salts Ingredients 60g Sea Salt 50g Bicarbonate of Soda 20g Red Powdered Earth Clay 10 12 Essential Oils of Choice bergamot frankincense geranium lavender palmarosa rose rosewood are good choices use up to 4 Place all the ingredients in a suitable sized lidded jar there needs to some room left in the jar close the lid tight and shake well to blend Add to

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=74:red-earth-balancing-bath-salts&catid=65:bath-products&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Velvet Skin Cream With Andiroba Oil
    except the water which will be added later 68g Water I use a kettle and usually bring to boil 2 3 times before hand to kill germs 1g Glycerine 1g Ethox normally this is added at the cooling phase but in this simplified method it is added in now into one bowl Oil Phase all in the other bowl 5g Emulsifying Powder 3g Cetyl Alcohol 2g Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate this can be added to either the water or oil phase 5g Andiroba Oil 5g Rice Bran Oil 2 5g Cocoa Butter 2g Olive Squalane Cooling Phase all in one beaker or bottle mixed together 3g Skin Drench Herbal Extract Blend 2g D Panthenol 0 5g Rosemary Seed Extract 1g Essential Oil Blend or Fragrance Oil Method Simplified 1 Boil the kettle and fill both milk pans with boiling water 2 Place the whole of the oil phase in one bowl and place over one of the simmering milk pans 3 Place all of the water phase except the water over the other simmering milk pan this ensures the bowl is nice and hot so that when the water is added the bowl doesn t cool it 4 Fill the large bowl with cold water you can include ice cubes if you want as this will be your cool bath and will be used later 5 Wait for the oil phase to completely melt and get nice and hot at which point boil the kettle again 6 Into a measuring beaker on an accurate scale weigh out 68g just boiled water and immediately add it to your water phase bowl 7 Then add the contents of the oil phase bowl to your water phase stirring quickly being careful not to introduce too much air though 8 Keep stirring over the heat

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=699:velvet-skin-cream-with-andiroba-oil&catid=71:creams-lotions-and-cream-cleansers-ow-wo&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Rich Body Cream
    at the moment Honey powder being antiseptic and soothing but also a natural humectant which I have been using as 50 of the total humectant content with some great results The other is stearic acid I hadn t had much experience with this previously but recently the more I have been working with it the more I am liking it I like what it brings to the cream Not only does it increase the firmness of a cream giving it body and stability I think it adds something to the skin feel In addition it appears to reduce the oiliness of a cream and it seems to absorb much more quickly and effectively Oil Phase to 75c 8g Sweet Almond Oil 5g Natural Hemp Oil 4g Avocado Butter 2g Stearic Acid vegetable 5g Emulsifying Powder 2g Cetearyl Alcohol Water Phase at or above 75c 66g Water 1g Honey Powder 1g D Panthenol 1g Glycerine palm free At around room temp 1g Vitamin E 2g Olive Squalane 1g Ethox preservative 0 5 1g Fragrance essential oil of choice Remember the most effective way to homogenise the two phases when using emulsifying powder is to add the oil phase to the water

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=668:rich-body-cream&catid=71:creams-lotions-and-cream-cleansers-ow-wo&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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