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Blueberry Bliss Head to Toe Cream

Today’s blog is a delicious recipe for a Blueberry Bliss Head to Toe Cream. Blueberry Bliss is one of our newer fragrance oils and I wanted to put it in a lotion so that everyone could try this new scent in a great base. Blueberry Bliss is a true blueberry smell, it doesn’t smell fake or artificial. When I smell Blueberry Bliss I think of a hot, fresh blueberry pie right out of the oven – this is one of my favorites. Blueberry Bliss Fragrance Oil has a mixture of sweet sugar cane, creamy vanilla, juicy blueberries, and just a hint of tart citrus. Head to Toe Cream is one of our most popular bases, you probably already know and love this cream! Head to Toe Cream comes in a pail and is with added scent or color so you can add anything you want to make it your own. If you are looking for a paraben free lotion, then look no further! Our Head to Toe Cream is paraben free. Keep on reading for the recipe!

Don’t forget to ask for a sample with your next order, the samples I have made will fly out the door!

1 Gallon Head to Toe Cream Base
1 fl oz Blueberry Bliss Fragrance Oil
Grape Color
Mixing Spoons
Large Ziplock or Pastry Bag

Simplest Directions Ever:

We find that mixing the bases is easy as making bread! Scoop your lotion out of the bucket and into a bag. Add the fragrance oil and color to the base. Close the bag with either the zipper or by tying. Knead the bag until the cream shows the color and fragrance are evenly mixed. Kneading the bag will prevent the idea that using some type of electric mixer is a good idea. Now, cut off one corner of the bag and start filling your jars just as you would use a pastry bag. Don’t cut off too much of the corner! For this recipe I added 3 drops of the premixed Grape Color, just enough to give it a pale blue color. If you get a sample in your order, let us know what you think! I’m excited for these samples to reach your hands.

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