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This Odourless Soap Base is very versatile and can be used with many colours and fragrances.
Vegetable based and contains No animal ingredients.
Low in Mush and High in Creamy Lather
Sodium Soap of Fatty Acids
Propylene Glycol
Sodium Laureth Sulphate
Sodium Lauryl Sulphate
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4 Ingredient Natural Deodorant

This is great for sensitive skin and heavy sweating individuals . This deodorantcan be used as a paste at room temperature or keep in the fridge for a harder stick – it will melt as you rub it on your skin.

6 Tbs coconut oil melted
1/4 cup arrowroot or cornflour
1/4 cup baking soda
Few drops essential oil (try Teatree, Lavender, Rose)

Mix thoroughly and pour into moulds or small jar. Ready to use once set.

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Wendyls Lemon Dishwasher Powder (The Green Goddess)

This is a great natural alternative to supermarket brands which are packed with chemicals.

So for any of you who love making your own Wendyl’s products – see below:

1 ½ cup of borax

¼ cup of citric acid

5 drops of orange essential oil

1.Place all in a plastic container and shake until thoroughly combined

2.Use 1 Tbsp per load.

3.Use Wendyl’s Double Strength White Vinegar in the rinse compartment


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The Ultimate Anti-Wrinkle Essential Oil Recipe


  • Geranium oil – 8 drops
  • Sandalwood oil – 8 drops
  • Lavender oil – 10 drops
  • Frankincense oil – 10 drops
  • Rosemary oil – 2 drops
  • Fennel oil – 10 drops
  • Lemon oil – 3 drops
  • Carrot seed oil – 10 drops


Dilute in two tablespoons of Argan or Jojoba oil and massage onto your face and neck every night


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  • 1.Wax
    Lotus Oils Ltd supply two kinds of Candle making waxes. Uniwax is made from Palm Oil, sets hard and can be used to make dipped, pillar and moulded candles. Soy Wax is a natural product made from Soy, it is softer and needs to be contained in a vessel (try glasses, tea cups, aluminium tins, etc)
  • 2.Wicks

These can be supplied in 1 meter lengths, with metal holders sold separately. Or you can opt for a pre-cut wick with holders attached in a 10 pack – available in thick (HTP102) or thin (HTP52)

  • 3.Fragrances
  • Lotus Oils Fragrance oil is suited for candle and soapmaking products. Fragrance oils are man-made and are designed to hold their scent for a longer time. Essential Oils are extracted from plants, are 100% natural but will fade in scent more quickly than a Fragrance Oil. We suggest using 1% Fragrance Oil in a recipe and adjusting to suit the strength of the oil.
  • 4.Colours
    Water Soluble colours cannot be used with Wax, as they will not disperse. We have an Oil-Soluble Blue, Red, Green and Yellow powdered colouring that can be used in candle making, And Annato and Chrolophyll as natural colours. Please note the colours are very concentrated so use sparingly.

Getting Started:

1. Soy and Uniwax doesn't take long to melt, either in a microwave or over a double boiler on the stove. (Remember if you do not have access to a double boiler then a large saucepan part filled with water with a smaller pot resting on some forks in the bottom of the larger pot will suffice).

2. Colour is to be added at this stage. Powders can be premixed with a little melted Palm oil or Soy wax help dispersion.

3. During this step the scent is added. Both Essential and Fragrant Oils can be used according to preference. The ratio can vary according to the potency of the oils and the desired end product. We recommend that you try about 5ml Fragrance per 500g of wax (1% of recipe) or 15ml Essential oil and adjust to suit preference.

4. Set Wicks in place in mould (a little handmade cardboard strip can help keep it centred) then pour wax into a mould and leave to set. Uniwax candles can be unmoulded when set.

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Wendyls Sunscreen Recipe


75ml sesame oil

15gm beeswax

45gm coconut oil or cocoa butter

120ml water

2Tbs zinc oxide (from chemist)

1 Tbs wheat germ oil

1 tsp citric acid (from supermarket baking aisle)

20 drops lavender oil


1.In a double boiler (or put a bowl over simmering water in a saucepan) melt the oils and the beeswax together. Take off the heat and add the water, mixing with an electric mixer until thick and creamy. Then add the zinc oxide, wheatgerm oil, and citric acid. Stir, then add the lavender oil. Over time this will start leaching water – just drain it off.


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Wendyls Laundry Powder Recipe


1 cup soda ash

1 cup baking soda

60ml liquid castile soap

5ml water as needed

2 ml essential oil


1.Put the soda ash in a food processor with the baking soda and process to combine.

2.In a jug mix the castile soap and water together and slowly drizzle the liquid into the powders while the processor is still running to create a white powder.

3.Then add the lavender oil and continue to process.

4.Keep in an airtight container and use 1Tbs for an average load, double if you are washing a big load


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Wendyl’s Magic Stain Balls

Wendyl’s Magic Stain Balls



* 1/2 Cup Fuller’s Earth (commonly known as bentonite clay)

* 2 tbsp Pearl Ash (commonly known as potassium carbonate)

* 20-30ml Fresh Lemon Juice


Mix the two powders together, then slowly add the lemon juice until you have a clay-like texture. You’ll notice it heats up a little while you’re doing this.

Mould the clay into balls about the size of large marbles and place on an oven tray.

Bake at 100°C for about three hours. You’ll know they are ready when they’ve turned form dark grey to light grey and gone hard.

When cool store in an airtight container.

To Use:

Dampen stain and rub a ball onto it. You should see a grey, clay-like smear appear. Leave this to dry, then wash as normal.


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Underarm Deodorant Paste

Baking soda can be used as a natural deodoriser for many purposes but can be a little abrasive directly on skin. This underarm deodorant makes a smooth paste:

You will need

2 tbsp virgin coconut oil
1 tbsp baking soda
2 tbsp tapioca or cornstarch, or arrowroot
1 tsp aloe vera gel
1 tsp rose water
6 drops essential oil (try Rose or Lavender)


Soften the coconut oil in a bowl sitting in warm water. Make sure not to melt, just soften enough to be able to mix in the other ingredients. Add the baking soda, tapioca starch, aloe vera gel, rose water, rose essential oil and mix well. Spoon into one to two small jars.

Keep in a cool place and use within six months. To apply, simply use your finger to rub a small amount, about ⅛ teaspoon, under each arm


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