Water soluble bath oil recipes are amazing - try this one

This recipe will make up 250ml of bath oil which can be packaged as you desire.

120ml massage bath oil (48%)
120ml polysorbate 80 (48%)
10ml fragrance (4%)

Measure your polysorbate and fragrance carefully into a jug.  
Stir very well to combine both parts evenly.
Add massage bath oil in a slow drizzle stream while mixing well.
Pour into desired container.
Add two tablespoons (or amount you desire) into your bath water, relax and enjoy.

By Heirloom Body Care Admin 6 comment


comments (6)

  • Kerry Pearson

    Hi Nicole,
    So you are referring to Plantasol CCG – being Caprylyl Capryl Glucoside?
    I have not tried this product but the theory is good. If you have some it would definitely be worth a trial

  • Nicole

    CCG is a nonionic surfactant that is eco cert and Non PEG.
    It is used to keep the product a more green product.

  • Kerry Pearson

    Hi Nicole,
    What is CCG please? Polysorbate 80 is a liquid emulsifier to help mixing the oils in with the water so it does not float on the surface.

  • Nicole

    Can I swap out polysorbate 80 for CCG instead???

  • Kerry

    Hi Kelly,
    Not really. Most colourants are not oil soluble and micas will fall out of suspension over time. You can use silk or dried flowers, beads, pebbles or rocks to give a colour burst and a point of difference though, if you would like

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