This online video tutorial is all about how to make an emulsified scrub. Clocking in at over 7 minutes, this is a longer, more detailed version of SoapQueen.TV than you’ve seen before. In this video, Anne-Marie shows how to make a unique scrub using our fine grain dead sea salt although you could easily use sugar as a substitute.
What’s an Emulsified scrub? It’s like a lotion, liquid soap, and body scrub all in one! No more oily scrubs that leak in transit and leave a film in your tub when you make this innovative recipe. In addition, you will receive a PDF of the label designs you see pictured with the full INCI listing printed out. One page for salt and a separate page for sugar, so you can choose whichever exfoliant you prefer. Just download, print on label stock, trim down to size, and apply to our 4 ounce plastic jars.
When you purchase this video and your payment is processed (usually takes 24 hours) you will receive an email with a link to the PDF of the label design and a password to unlock the online video tutorial.
How much should you sell your lotions for? How do you figure that out including your time and the ingredients… I have figured out per ounce what each ingredient costs but what about your time and what the market is? thank you
You would probably need to use an oil though you could use a silicone like IPM https://www.brambleberry.com/Is… or Cymethlicone: https://www.brambleberry.com/Cy… for a lighter feel.
Definitely – it would be like using a cold cream on your face to clean your face. I would use a fine grained pumice or bamboo for the exfoliant to be extra gentle to your face and I would use Grapeseed Oil and Jojoba Oil primarily as the liquids in the recipe if it were going on my face.
I’m interested in this too… I would think it would make your face oily… because of the oil! But what else could we use in place of the oil?
Can you use this on your face?
Going to have to try this one 🙂
I am so going to try this next! Thank you!
Blond Duck says
What a great tutorial!