Well this is a super cool discovery! Check the colors of the foams that just came out of these 2 hair and body washes!
Not only do they have a tint of color, they also carry a distinctly recognizable scent of the original fruit from whence they come.
(insert little happy dance)
Colored Foaming Body WashEach bottle contains (the same basic mix of) surfactants and skin-loving hydrosols in just the right combination to ever-so-gently wash both hair and body with a fluffy, light foam.
And the color comes from the addition of fresh blueberry and fresh strawberry.
No, I didn't squish blueberries and strawberries and put them into the bottles.
Well, no, that's not even quite true.
I did actually do some squishing of the blueberries.
You might remember a recent post with this pic. Proof positive of berry squishing.
But I digress.
The tinted foam has completely and utterly sidetracked me!
What I Meant To Say...The original intention of this post was to show you one of the things you can use fresh-food glycerites for, because a lot of you lovely people have been asking me about it.
And this is one!
Adding a hand-crafted glycerite to your body wash formula gives it an extra dimension of freshness, and if you are using a pump bottle, I'll bet you notice an extra rich creaminess in the foam as well.
And if your glycerite has a deep color, I bet you'll be enjoying a creamy, lovely tinted foam as well.
And because of all this, there are a couple of foods that just made my glycerite-making to-do list for the coming season:
- red beet
Do TellHave you ever added glycerites to your body wash? Which kind?
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