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
Arrowroot Powder: Used in almost all dusting powder recipes, this is a staple for all well-stocked toiletry cabinets.
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New! Borax - Borax is commonly used in
clothes washing recipes to help soften the water and release stains
from clothing. It's also sometimes used in ...click to read more
Coconut milk is packed with vitamins C, E, B1, B3, B5, B6, potassium, and folate to help nourish and hydrate skin...click to read more
Controls the pH of egg whites and results in increased volume, stability and more uniform texture of the finished products...click to read more
Crothix Pastilles - Back by popular demand! Use these to thicken up any surfactant based liquid soap or shampoo product. Melt the pastilles over low heat ...click to read more
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...click to read more
So easy to use and versatile - you will have a great time using our foaming bath whip...click to read more
a natural humectant that's a wonderful addition to lotion and great for mixing colorants into M&P...click to read more
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