Bath oils, salts recipes?

Bath oils, salts recipes?

Post by tlesn.. » Sun, 25 May 1997 04:00:00



Hi,
I have been searching for different bath oil recipes, with no luck so
far.  I was wondering if anyone could lead me to a place on the web with
some info about this or post recipes here.  Also where would the best
place to get supplies to make different bath products, salts, oils,
fragrances, etc?  Preferably wholesale.  Any info would be greatly
appreciated.
Tammy

 
 
 

Bath oils, salts recipes?

Post by Robert Goodm » Tue, 27 May 1997 04:00:00


-> I have been searching for different bath oil recipes, with no luck so
-> far.  I was wondering if anyone could lead me to a place on the web
-> with some info about this or post recipes here.  Also where would the
-> best place to get supplies to make different bath products, salts,
-> oils, fragrances, etc?  Preferably wholesale.  Any info would be
-> greatly

For some types of bath products, you can get ingredients as 8 oz. free
samples, 55 gal. drums, and nothing in between.  Okay, sometimes you can
get them to repack in 5 gal. pails.

I hold U.S. pat. 5,336,446 on a non-irritating densely foaming formula
suitable for bath use, but I'm not in the business, so I've never had
more than a few oz. (made from free samples of the ingredients) in my
hands at a time.  So I found someone locally who'll mix up as little as
25 gal., and have been organizing a co-op buy among small-time (small
biz & hobby) soap makers via the nets.

So when you say "wholesale", what quantities are you talking about?

Robert Goodman

 
 
 

Bath oils, salts recipes?

Post by tlesn.. » Wed, 28 May 1997 04:00:00


Quote:

> For some types of bath products, you can get ingredients as 8 oz. free
> samples, 55 gal. drums, and nothing in between.  Okay, sometimes you can
> get them to repack in 5 gal. pails.

> I hold U.S. pat. 5,336,446 on a non-irritating densely foaming formula
> suitable for bath use, but I'm not in the business, so I've never had
> more than a few oz. (made from free samples of the ingredients) in my
> hands at a time.  So I found someone locally who'll mix up as little as
> 25 gal., and have been organizing a co-op buy among small-time (small
> biz & hobby) soap makers via the nets.

> So when you say "wholesale", what quantities are you talking about?

Robert,
Im looking to buy in small quantities for now, the smaller the better
without any minimum.  5 to 10 gallon would probably be a good starting
point.  I just recently expanded my business to include different bath
products, so I want to see how well it goes before having to order in
any larger size.
 
 
 

Bath oils, salts recipes?

Post by Dian » Thu, 29 May 1997 04:00:00


Quote:

>Hi,
>I have been searching for different bath oil recipes, with no luck so
>far.  I was wondering if anyone could lead me to a place on the web with
>some info about this or post recipes here.  Also where would the best
>place to get supplies to make different bath products, salts, oils,
>fragrances, etc?  Preferably wholesale.  Any info would be greatly
>appreciated.
>Tammy

Hi Tammy,
Here is a wonderful site for many recipes (skin care, bath, etc.)
which you can easily make at home.  Also you will find a lot of
interesting info:
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/6797/herbs3.html#Skin Care

For supplies I would recommend Liberty for starters because they are
reasonably priced and have most of what you would require (only
problem is that they have a $50 min.).  They can be reached at:
www.teleport.com/~`liberty
If the minimum is too high, try your local health food store.  They
have many components you'll need but at quite a high price.

Good luck!  It's such a lot of fun to make your own lotions &
potions!!

Diane

 
 
 

Bath oils, salts recipes?

Post by Wilbur Ramse » Fri, 30 May 1997 04:00:00


Quote:

> -> I have been searching for different bath oil recipes, with no luck so
> -> far.  I was wondering if anyone could lead me to a place on the web
> -> with some info about this or post recipes here.  Also where would the
> -> best place to get supplies to make different bath products, salts,
> -> oils, fragrances, etc?  Preferably wholesale.  Any info would be
> -> greatly

> For some types of bath products, you can get ingredients as 8 oz. free
> samples, 55 gal. drums, and nothing in between.  Okay, sometimes you can
> get them to repack in 5 gal. pails.

> I hold U.S. pat. 5,336,446 on a non-irritating densely foaming formula
> suitable for bath use, but I'm not in the business, so I've never had
> more than a few oz. (made from free samples of the ingredients) in my
> hands at a time.  So I found someone locally who'll mix up as little as
> 25 gal., and have been organizing a co-op buy among small-time (small
> biz & hobby) soap makers via the nets.

> So when you say "wholesale", what quantities are you talking about?

> Robert Goodman

Here are a few places to look:

   Southwestern Scents 1-800-798-3028
Perfume Concentrates  1-800-374-8615

also run search under http://www.inference.com/ifind
for bath-oils....fragrances...perfumes..bath-salts etc...also run
search under the top search engines.

Hope this will help
Wilbur
http://www.craftycrafters.com