Each recipe makes enough to fill one 120 ml. tottle bottle
“Strawberry jam” version
- 50 g (96%) basic oily gel
- 1 drop of red colorant (optional)
- 1 g (1.9%) blueberry or cranberry seeds
- 1 g (1.9%) strawberry aromatic essence
- 0,1 g (0.2%) ou 5 drops rosemary cineole essential oil – Rosemarinus officinalis ct cinéole
Method and use: mix together all ingredients and use as face or body scrub
“Coffee break” version
- 50 g (96.7%) basic oily gel
- 1,5 g (2.9%) ground coffee
- 0,2 g (0.4%) coffee essential oil – Coffea arabica (optional)
Method and use: mix together all ingredients and use as face or body scrub. This exfoliant would be particularly good for your thighs.
“Vamos a la playa” version
- 50 g (93.5%) basic oily gel
- 1 drop yellow colorant (optional)
- 1,5 g (2.8%) Day at the Beach blend of essential oils
- 2 g (3.7%) Dead sea salt fine #1 without additives
Method and use: add the colorant and blend of essential oils to the gel. Mix well. Add the salt and mix well. Use as face or body scrub.
How to fill the bottle
- Prepare and sterilize your equipment and workspace.
- Take a Ziploc-type plastic bag, open it, and place it in a glass.
- Fold the sides of the bag over the mouth of the glass.
- Using a clean spoon, spoon the gel into the bag.
- Close the bag, squeezing out as much air as possible.
- Cut off a corner of the bag.
- Remove the black stopper from the Tottle bottle (by pulling and turning at the same time) and squeeze the bottle to remove some of the air.
- Place the cut corner of the bag over the opening of the bottle and squeeze the bag.
- It sometimes helps to tap the bottle gently to help the gel drop down inside the bottle.
- Squeeze the bottle to remove the air before replacing the corner of the bag over the mouth of the bottle and continue filling.
- Replace the stopper, and you’re done!