When “one” begins to learn how to create bath and body products, “one” learns that there is a scientific method behind it. Every recipe is unique but they have one thing in common; measurements need to be exact so the final product doesn’t disappoint!
Color. Colors invoke a memory as do scents. The color Purple was so enchanting that it was adopted by Iran’s Cyrus the Great (580-529 BC) for his tunic which then became his uniform. In Ancient Rome for the 1 percent of the 1 percent, there was a status symbol and worth more than gold: purple. It was said that some of those “higher ups” even used purple ink to make their mark. Oh and that’s not all; if a commoner (aka; peasant) was caught wearing purple; death. How dramatic!
The symbolism of Purple: Spirituality, Mystery, Royalty and Imagination
Hermione: Hermione is a Muggle-born (person not born in to a magical family) in the Wizard World of Harry Potter. Upon arriving to Hogwarts during the Sorting Ceremony, Hermione is put in to the Gryffindor House where she becomes a part of Dumbledore’s army. Despite being a total bookworm, she’s a quick thinker, witty and has a fierce streak that will rip your face off if crossed.
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SCENT: Lavender & Chamomile Fragrance Oil by Nurture Soap’s balance of Lemon, Bergamot, Lavender, Chamomile, Musk and Creamy Sugar is very pleasing and won’t disappoint! https://nurturesoap.com/products/lavender-chamomile-fragrance-oil?_pos=3&_sid=2b91a6178&_ss=r
WEIGHT: 7.5 ounces
COLOR: Pastel Purple
INGREDIENTS USED: Foaming bath butter, White Sugar, Avocado oil, Preservative, Vitamin E, Mica, Cosmetic Glitter, Fragrance
EXTRA GOODIES: Small bamboo spoon
USAGE TIP: Once a month in cold months
All of our products are Palm-free