Sunday Night Spotlight: Foaming Bath Whip + Green Tea Shaving Cream Tutorial

Light and creamy, Foaming Bath Whip is a product that can be used in many different projects. From scrubs, bath bombs and soapy frosting, this versatile whip adds a fluffy texture and moisture. The main ingredient is glycerin, which attracts moisture from the air and leaves your skin feeling hydrated.

Easy to customize, Foaming Bath Whip will accept up to 5% fragrance or essential oils. Simply pour the fragrance in, and use a hand mixer or stick blender to beat the Foaming Bath Whip to achieve a soufflé-like consistency. Very mild with a pH level of 5.5, this product is ideal for dry or sensitive skin. Looking for even more moisture and skin loving properties? Extracts and fixed oils can also be added to Foaming Bath Whip.

Left to right: Rose Clay Sugar Scrub, Sweet Summer Scrub

Foaming Bath Whip is perfect for creating rich and creamy scrubs. Simply add color, fragrance and the exfoliant of your choice to make your own unique product. Pictured above (left to right) is the Rose Clay Sugar Scrub and the Sweet Summer Scrub. Both projects use Foaming Bath Whip, sugar and a bit of added Sweet Almond Oil for additional moisture.

Left to right:  Luscious Lemon Cupcake Tutorial, Foaming Bath Whip Frosting Recipe

If you’d like to incorporate Foaming Bath Whip into your soapy projects, it’s the main ingredient in the Foaming Bath Whip Frosting Recipe. Melt and pour soap and glycerin is added to the base to give it a firmer texture, making it perfect for soapy cupcakes! If you’d like to try making your own melt and pour cupcakes, check out the Luscious Lemon Cupcake Tutorial.

Left to right: Coconut Cream Pie Cold Process, French Macaron Inspired Bath Bombs 

The Coconut Cream Pie Cold Process Tutorial uses Foaming Bath Whip frosting to give cold process soap a creamy topping. The frosting is also perfect for bath fizzies, as shown in the French Macaron Inspired Bath Bombs. Simply throw these cute “cookies” into the tub and enjoy as the Foaming Bath Whip adds moisture to your bath water.

Looking for yet another way to use Foaming Bath Whip? This simple Green Tea Shaving Cream tutorial is rich, creamy and made with skin loving ingredients such as Vitamin E Oil, Green Tea Seed Oil and Green Tea Extract. Using a fresh blend of Green Tea Fragrance Oil and Eden’s Garden Cybilla Fragrance Oil, this shaving cream is great for both men and women.

What You’ll Need:
8 oz. Foaming Bath Whip
1.5 oz. Green Tea Seed Oil
3 mL Green Tea Extract
3 mL Vitamin E Oil
3 mL Green Tea Fragrance Oil
1 mL Eden’s Garden Cybilla Fragrance Oil
8 oz. Glass Bail Jar (One Jar)

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ONE: In a medium sized container, combine Foaming Bath Whip and Green Tea Seed Oil. Use a hand mixer to blend together.
TWO: Add Green Tea Extract, Vitamin E Oil and continue to blend.

THREE: Add fragrance blend and blend until all ingredients are thoroughly combined. Once all the ingredients are incorporated stop beating. You don’t want to over beat the Foaming Bath Whip, as it can collapse.
FOUR: Transfer the mixture into the 8 ounce Glass Bail Jar, and enjoy!

Have you used Foaming Bath Whip before? What is your favorite project to incorporate it into?

17 Responses to “Sunday Night Spotlight: Foaming Bath Whip + Green Tea Shaving Cream Tutorial”

  1. Pam says:

    Another great tutorial!

  2. Amanda says:

    LOVE THIS! going to have to make this! thanks!

  3. Barbara Hochstein says:

    What other type of container is best to sell shave cream . Some containers will leak and sweat? I want to sell this for men in a low profile container. Can you recommend the right kind of jar for this project. The bail jars are expensive. Is glass better than plastic?

    Any info would be helpful. I am looking for 4-6 oz containers. Any suggestions.

  4. Pam says:

    How would a man use the shave cream if they use a brush?
    and what about women?

    Thanks in advance!

  5. Jan Pace Candelaria says:

    What other kind of oil would do instead of the seed oil above? I have your Argan, Sesame, Grapeseed and of course since I live in Fallbrook CA Avocado capital about a gallon of Avocado oil
    Thanks !
    Jan Pace Candelaria

  6. Tara Rufo says:

    This may sound weird, but what exactly IS foaming bath whip? Is it a whipped soap? Is it soap at all? Could foaming bath whip be replaced by shea butter in most recipes? Thanks so much!

  7. Lynn says:

    Thanks for the great tutorial! What do you think is the shelf life for this shaving cream?

  8. Annette Wilson says:

    What would you use to color this? LaBomb coloring? Thanks, Annette

    • Kelsey says:

      Hi Annette!

      You can use our micas to color this shaving cream! If you just add the color to your shaving cream, it may not mix in well.

      I would recommend mixing your mica with the green tea seed oil before adding it. That way your color will mix nicely and not have any speckles!

      Also, a little bit goes a long way with this recipe. I would recommend starting out with a very small amount of color. You can use them to add one scoop of color. If you want it more saturated, you can add more. :)

      -Kelsey with Bramble Berry

      Micas: http://www.brambleberry.com/Micas-C46.aspx

      Mini scoop: http://www.brambleberry.com/15-CC-Scoop-P4088.aspx

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