Herbivore Botanicals Detox Bath Salts

Stop right there. Do not reach for that Bloody Mary. As fabulous as we know it sounds, all it does is put off that hangover for an extra hour or two. If you really want to turn a rough morning around, plop yourself in the tub with a healthy shake of these Herbivore Botanicals Detox Bath Salts ($10). Between the hot water and this cleansing and energizing combo of Dead Sea salt, Cambrian blue clay, and soothing essential oils, you'll be operating at full capacity in no time.

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Posted on 04.12.13 at 4:08 AM

How can I improve this Castile soap reicpe?I love liquid castile soap, but for the amount I use, I couldn't justify paying nine or ten dollars for a 16 oz. bottle. However, I found a reicpe online to make liquid castile soap by shaving down and melting a solid bar. I have a few questions as to how to improve this reicpe. The reicpe called for 2 cups packed, shaved castile soap1/2 gallon of water2 (or maybe four) tablespoons of glycerinThey suggested that changing the water amount to 1 gallon would prevent it from turning into a gel, so I did. However, when I woke up in the morning, it had, indeed, gelled. So, the end result was a cloudy, white gel. It works fine and has a good lather, but I would like for it to be a liquid. I feel like adding more water would dilute the soap too much so I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions as to how to prevent the gelling in a way other than adding more water. Also, I would prefer if it were clear, rather than cloudy (it's not a huge issue, just a preference), so suggestions as to how to make that happen would also be appreciated. Thanks!


Posted on 04.12.13 at 10:31 AM

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