The online bath & body community has so many wonderful things to offer. Today I am going to share with you a few (or more) of my favorite youtube tutorials. Grab ya some coffee or beverage of your choice and enjoy!
This video is such a great one to watch. It is a technique called SBHP which I absolutely love. Marlon Jiles did a wonderful job explaining the process. Free tutorials are just as good as paid ones. Give this a shot and save some money.
This is another of my favorites. Bernadette Munguia did a wonderful job of showing us hot process soapmaking in a crock pot. Beautiful show!
Wanna make bath bombs but don't have citric acid.. Well here is the solution to your problem. Bath bombs made with cream of tartar instead. Well done!
This video is a must watch for you bath bomb makers. Lex Hart shows you how to make spinners and floaters. She also includes her recipe. Great video Lex!
To make things even better. Here is the tutorial Lex created on how to make the embeds she talks about in the previous video :)
To further assist you in your embed making for bath bombs. The beautiful Miss Irene of Body Bonbon has shared her recipe and technique for making her version of embeds. If you have ever seen her bath bombs you will definitely be pleased with this video.
Just a little sample of Irene's work. Be sure to watch all her amazing videos. You will be happy you did when you see all the color shows.
This bubble bar video is compliments of Bonnie from Good Earth Spa. She includes her recipe as well (I have provided it below as well) as a bubble test at the end of the video. She also shows you how she makes her rolls.
- 1/3 Cup Cornstarch
- 1/3 Cup Cream of Tartar
- 1 Cup Baking Soda
- 1 Cup- 1 1/2 Cups SLSA (Sodium lauryl sulfoacetate)
- 1 Tablespoon Tapioca Starch
- 1/3 Cup - 1/2 cup Vegetable Glycerine
- 1 Tablespoon Moisturizing Oil
- 2 teaspoons, more or less Fragrance or Essential Oil
- Colorant of your choice.
**** Lana's personal note: Try to use the least amount of glycerin as you can. The less you use the faster it will dry**********
Okay.. so now that you have watched some videos.. you can use the recipes I have shared in previous posts or you can use the ones provided in the videos to create fantastic gifts for your friends and family. All of these can be made and ready in time for Christmas. Who doesn't love usable presents :)