Lotion Making Supplies from Bramble Berry
Bramble Berry strongly recommends making lotions by weight, with a scale. However, we recognize that some of our customers have other methods of manufacturing lotions. Here is the exact weight to volume conversion if you prefer to make your lotions without a scale.
.1 oz by weight = .082 US fluid ounces = 2.42502943 ml
Aloe Vera Liquid - Aloe Vera liquid is thick when the Aloe leaf is first cut, but after a few minutes, an enzymatic reaction causes it to become liquid....click to read more
This PEG-free emulsifying wax is a plant derived E-wax, which comes from olive oil, with a broad range of oil-in-water emulsifying applications....click to read more
A vegetable based conditioning emulsifier. It can be used to emulsify lotions...click to read more
Cetearyl Alcohol...click to read more
Citric Acid: Citric Acid is commonly used in making bath fizzies and bath bombs.
Coconut milk is packed with vitamins C, E, B1, B3, B5, B6, potassium, and folate to help nourish and hydrate skin
This micro-fine, ground oatmeal is not rough or abrasive
This clear, colorless silicone adds a silky texture, luster and sheen without the oily residue....click to read more
A great addition to any deodorant product, especially for lingering body odor
Dipropylene Glycol (DPG)- DPG is commonly used in incense making or to cut fragrances to make them skin safe or suitable
Use to emulsify oils and water together for lotionmaking...click to read more
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