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Lotions Kit

Do you want to make your own lotions from scratch? This kit contains enough to make 12 bottles of lotion (4 oz. each). This comprehensive starter kit includes information on formulating your own recipe, as well as ingredient listing rules and regulations and easy to follow instructions. If you've ever wanted to make your own nourishing lotion, this is the time to try it! You only need to provide the distilled water.

Kit Includes:
8 oz. Sweet Almond Oil
8 oz. Avocado Oil
8 oz. Shea Butter
1 oz. Phenonip
1 lb. Stearic Acid
1 lb. Polawax Emulsifying Wax
12 - 4 oz. Clear Reverse Tapered Ovals w/White Caps
1 oz. Lavender 40/42 Essential Oil
1 oz. Cucumber Melon Fragrance Oil 
Lotion Making Booklet

Looking for an easy way to fill lotion bottles? Click here to read several creative ideas from your fellow soapers!

NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil (150ºF) cannot ship via USPS, regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout. 

To learn how to make lotion, check out this video.


Average Rating:
(based on 9 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 9 Reviews:

by Rashad
on 4/14/2015
Great Lotion
This is a great lotion I tried making the first time. I made with Lavender essential oil and everyone is loving it. My first bottle was perfect, however, I noticed the other bottles were a little watery. I'm not sure since it's all the same batch. I still give 5 stars but was wondering if there was something I did wrong.
by Jamie
on 4/1/2015
Why Change Perfect?
Zip zip zip and I had 12 fabulous lotions! Really love the Cucumber Melon FO! Very easy instructions, had everything measured out prior to making which made things go smooooooooth. Thank you!
by Lisa
on 3/11/2015
Lotion Kit
I received the lotion kit and was able to make 12 bottles with 6 bottle of cucumber melon and 6 bottles of Ancient Sedona. I had some left over supplies which was a plus. Some one mentioned it was hard to convert .02 oz . I converted it to milliliters and had no problem. In the recipe bramble berry provided in the book it was 3ml of phenonip and 2ml of fragrance. It turned out nicely.
by Monica
on 1/21/2015
This kit is perfection! The supplies are top of the line, and the instructions are well-written and easy to follow. I just made a lovely, handmade lotion in almost no time. Thanks so much, Bramble Berry!
by JoAnn
on 12/28/2014
First time making lotion
It was my first time making lotion and was very please with the generous amounts of supplies sent. I had no trouble following the recipe until I got to the preservative and essential oil. I weighed everything in ozs but my scale does not measure .2 Oz. I scrambled to try to convert ozs to grams or even drops and I am not sure if I put enough in. I measured the Ty phenonip and lavender in a tiny plastic OXO brand 2 oz container. First I measured the phenonip and added it and then without washing measured the lavender In the same tiny 2 oz cup. I am not sure what kind of reaction occurred but the container is white and has some sort of scum inside that followed the flow of the liquids almost like it tried to melt. I am now worried about the lotion and I will probably toss. I was going to give for Christmas presence. I wonder if the phenonip , essential oil reacted and melted the plastic. I had already poured the lotion in the bottles and noticed when I went to wash everything.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi JoAnn! I'm glad you like this kit! Undiluted essential oils can melt plastic. We recommend keeping your essential and fragrance oils in glass containers. You can read more in the Undiluted Aroma Oils + Plastic Don't Mix post. However, once the correct usage rate of essential oil is diluted in your lotion, it is perfectly skin safe! Also, if your scale doesn't measure .2 oz, you can convert it to mL and use our droppers for precise measuring. It looks like .2 oz is about 6 mL. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this!

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