Arcadia combines the fresh, verdant notes of cucumber, vetiver, grass, honey, bamboo, geranium, sage, patchouli, oakmoss, and sandalwood that evokes the tranquil aura of lush, harmonious wilderness.
Directions: Add approximately 1/2-1 cup to bath water. Store in a cool, dry place.
Also known as Epsom salt, it is an extremely popular addition to any bath soak whether it be bath bombs or bath salts. Epsom salt has been used for hundreds of years to ease all kinds of aches and pains in a bath or foot soak. Despite the name, Epsom salt isn't like salt you put on your fries. It's ...
Dead Sea Salt,
People have been using dead sea salt since ancient times for its therapeutic qualities. One important quality of Dead Sea Salt that makes it so desirable is it's high mineral content as it contains magnesium, calcium, sodium, zinc, potassium and more. Besides its therapeutric qu...
Using various botanicals in soapmaking, bath salts, etc. can help to bring decoration, color, and texture to the final product. In some cases botanicals are added to bring therapeutic benefits as well (for example calendula flowers have historically been used by herbalists to treat skin conditions)....
This water-soluble emulsifier is a must-have product for DIY bath bombs and bath oil. It helps prevent all the beneficial carrier oils and essential oils from clinging to and irritating the skin. This is because it helps the oils and colors mix into the water rather than pooling on top....
Essential oils are extracted directly from plants and contain no additives. Essential oils are pure extractions and are not combined with anything else (they do not even include another carrier oil). Depending on the essen...
Mica is an iron-derived mineral that, when ground into an extremely fine powder, gives a shimmery lustre to cosmetic and bath products. Micas are typically dyed and act as a pigment, though mica itself is white or off-white. We use mica in bath bombs and salts, and when we want to add sparkle to our...