- NOTE: If you are making these products for sale, good manufacturing practices recommend you wear a hairnet, gloves and a mask. We also recommend a clean apron.
- To Make Lotion: In a large glass bowl, empty 64 oz. or half of the gallon of lotion.
- Place in microwave and heat for about 30 seconds. Remove and stir. Continue in 15 second intervals until lotion has thinned and almost liquified. Do not boil lotion or heat hotter than 120°.
- To warmed lotion, add 19 ml fragrance oil, or 4 teaspoons. Mix in well.
- Add drops of Stained Glass Strawberry Red Liquid Color until desired shade is reached. Mix well until color is incorporated into lotion.
- Immediately, while lotion is still warm and mostly liquid, pour lotion into 8 oz. Boston Round bottles.
- Options for pouring lotion into bottles: place lotion in piping bag (for cake frosting) and squeeze into bottle. Or, use Decorator Pro to get lotion into bottles.
- Let lotion cool completely before capping the bottle. If the product is too warm, it will cause condensation to form inside the bottle.
- Repeat for remaining lotion that is in the gallon jug.
- To make Shower Gel: Pour 64 oz. or half of the gallon jug of shower gel into a large glass measuring cup.
- Heat in microwave for 30 seconds. Remove and stir. Continue in 15 second intervals until product has become more liquefied and thinner.
- Add to warmed product, 19 ml of fragrance oil, or 4 teaspoons. Stir gently so as not to create too many bubbles.
- Add drops of Stained Glass Strawberry Red Liquid Color to shower gel until desired color is achieved. Mix well.
- Immediately pour shower gel into bottles. Leave caps off bottles until product has cooled completely. Placing caps on a warm product will create condensation inside the bottle.
- Repeat above steps to fill remaining 8 oz. bottles.
- Once product has cooled, place caps on all the bottles.
- Add one lotion and one shower gel to a cello bag and tie the top of the bag with the natural raffia. Continue until all sets of product are finished.
- Add a label or tag to the packaging for your fundraiser.