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Finding Cosmetics Via Online

Many women salivate when they enter the makeups section of a department store. Makeup is one of those things that ladies have been taught, since infancy almost, that they need to use it in order to be beautiful. 

Everything from home buying channels to the latest issue of Vogue offers makeup tips on how to improve one's natural beauty. Choosing the brand that a person should use can be very hard, but one can learn more explicit about the best cosmetic products to fit one's lifestyle.Hand made or organic bath bombs are widely used these days instead of harsh soaps.

Cosmetics are more than just make-up. They involve bath salts, body lotions, hair colors, deodorants, hair sprays, skin-care creams and so much more. They are basically any type of material used to improve or protect the skin. 

They are a multi-billion dollar industry that keeps expanding by leaps and bounds each year. If you say the word "cosmetics" though, most people will associate it with make-up. But as you can see it covers everything that people use on their skin, nails or hair.

A wonderful company in the makeups world that offers consumers various products is Proctor and Gamble. Not only does this company have interests in popular labels such as Charmin and Tide, they also offer wonderful items for those in need of items from the cosmetic arena.


As much as I love the home-based products I use daily, this is still one of my favorite DIY projects I’ve done with my Young Living oils


  • 8 ounces Baking Soda
  • 4 ounces Citric Acid
  • 4 ounces Corn Starch
  • 4 ounces Epsom Salts
  • 3/4 tsp. Water
  • 2 tsp. liquid carrier oil like jojoba, almond, etc.

Food coloring if desired (optional)

Plastic or silicone mold (I used plastic Christmas ornaments – 99 cents from the craft store but you can use any shape you like, such as a silicone cupcake tray)

Combine everything EXCLUDING the citric acid in a glass or metal bowl. When you’re sure it’s mixed well, add the citric acid and mix again. The combination should still look dry, like breadcrumbs, and feel like soap flakes. It will hold together when you squeeze it.To know more about bath bombs you can Contact us via http://glamspirationandco.com/product-category/bathspirations/.

Pack the mix into your mold. If you’re using the plastic ball ornaments, overfill one side before you snap the halves together.

Twist the halves of the mold apart to eliminate your bath bomb. It should come out effortlessly and hold the shape.

Let your finished bath bomb dry for at least 24 hours before you use it. Enjoy!

If you set your bath bomb aside and it starts to lose the shape, then it’s too wet. Smash it back in the bowl and add a little more Epsom salt and cornstarch.

If your bath bomb smashes when you try to take it out of the mold, it’s too dry. You can spray it with some more water and try again. If your mixture starts to fizz, don’t panic!