Lillian Riggs: I love the concept of the homemade gifts. Also the fact that all ingredients are natural and healthy for the skin (except a little food coloring) which we know externally doesn't harm us. It's just a touch of pretty. Thank you for this wonderful presentation.
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Sharon Hladky: you need to write out and post your recipes too.
Margaret Rogers: Thanks for the sugar scrub recipe. Glad to know it doesn't clog pores.
lmturmenne: It's somehow comforting to see a man doing this. I love P Allen Smith. Thank you so much.
Jamie Mills: Do you know the shelf life of these two? Just wondering. Can I make it now and use it for Christmas gifts in 3 months?
Loved this video. Can't wait to watch more.
Jeana Malachowski: Forgot to mention that this is a recipe for the bath salts, not the scrub.
Jeana Malachowski: His Garden to Table website uses sea salt.
Place in a food processor:
1 cup fine sea salt
¼ cup coarse sea salt
¼ cup dried herbs (lavender, mint, and lemon balm are good choices),
Blend until the mix is powdery, about one minute
Pour mixture into a bowl and add 1/4 cup baking soda. Whisk to combine all the ingredients. Transfer to an airtight container and store in a cool, dry place.
Since I can't enter web addresses you can google for the recipe.
singing girl101: can I use regular oil
singing girl101: cane sugar
singing girl101: could I use an sugar
singing girl101: I just squeezed a cutie orange
singing girl101: i just squeezed a vcutie or\
kreALAtiv: sugar and honey lasts for years... so for long :D
katie jade (k.j tutorials): Can you use normal salt instead of Epsom salt? I'm going o try this thanks :)
Aletheia Mohn: Could we use normal salt instead of Epsom salt? And what if I do my scrubs in the shower and the sugar melts really quilckly?
Jennifer Cullen: I'm going to try this thank you. Two question tho if you don't use honey can you use something else and how long do they last :)
scrapbookbowler: I actually made some bath salts for gifts this past Christmas. Thery were called Candy Cane Bath Salts, and you tinted half red so when you alternated the white/red in the jar, it looked like a candy cane. It was super easy to make, super affordable, and everyone loved them.!!
Mina EM: Update: Ive made both for about 10 girls and women different age for xmas. Used nice lil jar´s and hanger. All !! of them tried it until now and they want more :-) They all are happy, from a 10 year old girl to a 87 year young granny :-)) Thank you again for the recipe. Would like to see more of that selfmade stuff. greetings from germany and a happy new year for all of you :-)
JudythJ60: What great gifts! For anytime of the year! I am definitely going to make these.
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