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Beauty Recipes ~ Bath Time Page 4

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Arrow Holiday Bath Salts Arrow
Materials:
1/2 cup sea salt
2 and 1/4 cups Epsom salts
6-7 drops peppermint oil
A few drops red or green food coloring (optional)
1 medium-sized bowl
1 smaller bowl
1 Clear craft glue
1 Nice glass to put it in

Instructions:
Mix the sea salt and Epsom salts together in a medium-sized bowl. Sprinkle with peppermint oil and mix well. Put half of the mint-scented salts into the smaller bowl. Stir in a few drops of red or green food coloring and let dry for about ten minutes. Mix the white and red (or green) salts together and put them in the jar. Tie a ribbon around the jar and secure it in place with some craft glue. You're done!
 

Arrow Homemade Bubble Bath Arrow
Materials:
1/2 c. liquid hand soap 
1 c. epsom salt 
5 drops glycerin 
Few drops of food coloring 
Few drops of fragrance

Instructions:
Mix well, shake right before using. Pour into bathtub while water is running and enjoy.

Arrow Honey Soap Arrow
Materials:
12 oz. veg shortening
4 oz. coconut oil
1 oz. beeswax
1 cup distilled water
2 oz lye
1/8 cup (1 fluid ounce) honey

Instructions:
Mix lye and water, allow to cool. Melt vegetable shortening. Over a double boiler, melt wax and coconut oil together together, and keep warm. When shortening is 120 degrees and lye is 100 degrees, pour lye mixture into shortening and stir until tracing occurs. Pour wax and oil mixture into soap mixture stirring constantly ( the mixture will get VERY thick with the addition of the beeswax mix) When the beeswax mixture is completely blended, stir in the honey and pour into molds. Unmold after 24-48 hours. Allow to age for 3 weeks. Note: Honey soap is a beautiful soap with a wonderful sweet smell. It comes out a great deep brown color, and feels fabulous on your skin. Here's a tip for you, whenever you are measuring honey or molasses or any other viscous liquid along those lines, if you spray the measuring cup or spoon with a PAM type spray, the honey will pour out more completely, and cleanup will be much easier!
 

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