Easily thicken surfactant based liquid soaps or shampoos...click to read more
Loofah Sponges: These all natural loofahs are the perfect accessory for any bath product. The loofah sponges come flat as a pancake (which is ideal for...click to read more
Perfect for Bath Bomb cupcake frosting or whenever you need to make a rock solid whipped topping....click to read more
Polysorbate 80: This is a common fragrance and essential oil solublizer as well as an emulsifying agent. It is soluble in water and alcohol and insoluble
Potassium Cocoate...click to read more
Powdered Goat Milk to add an all natural luxurious touch to your handmade soap
Rose Water: Rose water can be used in place of regular water in your soap, lotion and spritzing recipes. Alternatively, you can use it by itself for...click to read more
Properties of Sodium Bicarbonate lend to natural order control, gentle, non-scrubby exfoliate, and oil absorbing abilities...click to read more
Sodium Hydroxide: LYE - for Soap Making....click to read more
Sodium Lactate helps to produce a harder bar of soap that lasts longer in the shower.
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate: Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is a chemical additive used to increase lather and foam in your...click to read more
This product is derived from coconut and palm oils, and conforms to Ecocert's natural and organic cosmetic standard...click to read more
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While browsing Pinterest one night, I stumbled upon these adorable Vanilla Bean Cupcakes with Champagne Buttercream Frosting on the blog, Poor & Pretty. It was clear they were created by someone with serious DIY skills and a creative eye. Following the blog led me to Sami Jo’s Etsy shop, Poor & Pretty Apothecary, where Sami creates […]
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