Coconut Activated Charcoal is made from coconut shells through carbonization and steam activation. It is thought to detoxify the body, and is commonly used in cold process soap and bath products. The coconut activated charcoal is pH neutral and will not impact the pH of any of your products. Due to the different processing of this product it is considered a higher and more pure grade. Some people call it "the good stuff" but we think both are good depending on your price point and application.
Contains mostly extra virgin coconut oil and smells like freshly split coconuts. At room temperature this butter is velvety soft and melts upon skin contact. Excellent moisturizer for sun exposed skin. Contains no preservatives or coloring agents.
Vol. 55 - 'Spring Trends'. This issue of Handmade explores current and upcoming trends. Activated charcoal, natural fragrance oils, cucumber scents and 'greenery' products (The 2017 Pantone Color of the Year) are some of the trends you will find this spring and featured in this issue.
A delicious blend of juicy orange, vanilla cream, sugar cane and pineapple. (Smells similar to Crafter's Choice Dreamsicle Fragrance Oil but more cost-effective.) Flashpoint: 147°, Vanilla Content: 0.20%
Princess Pink Glitter consists of aluminum free, precision cut polyester particles. Resistent to solvents, water, UV rays. Maximum temperature exposure 275º F. Not recommended for eye contact. Size: 0.008".
These bright blooms come from the Dog Rose. Used to provide a natural botanical element to products. Great for aromatic, hand blended potpourri and bath teas. Infuse in oil for use in handmade skin cleansers, soaps, lotions and creams.