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Activated Charcoal - Food Grade Powder ($ per 100g)

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$11.00

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Activated charcoal also known as activated carbon is a highly porous, negatively charged substance with an enormous surface area comparative to its apparent size. 

 

It is a powerful detoxifier attracting, adsorbing and removing chemicals, gases, toxins, poisons, drugs or pollutants, from the body. Positively charged ‘free radicals’ are attracted to the surface of the negatively charged charcoal. 

 

Due to micro-pores not visible to the naked eye the surface area of the Activated Carbon is immensely greater than what it appears. The greater the surface area the greater the absorbency. One teaspoon of activated charcoal powder has about the same surface area as a football field meaning it can adsorb a huge amount of toxins. 

 

Our charcoal is derived from used organic coconut shells.

 

 

* Please Note: The price reflected is per 100 grams. If you order 1 unit of product, you will get 100g. If you would like a kilogram, for example, then you would select 10 units as 10 x 100grams = 1 kg.

Almond Oil Refined Sweet ($ per 100g)

Almond Oil Refined Sweet ($ per 100g)

by Eco Warehouse
$3.90

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Sweet Almond Oil Refined

Even in ancient times, Almond Oil was considered an invaluable gift of nature, and today it's known as one of the most popular nut oils used in the world. Almond Oil is considered to be an all-purpose and non-irritable oil, and is prized for its excellent emollient, softening and nourishing benefits for dry/irritated skin.

Not only rich in proteins and antioxidants, it also contains Vitamins A, B and E, Omega 3, Magnesium, Calcium and Oleic & Linoleic acid. Almond Oil is widely used in massage oils, soaps, body butters & lotions, hand & skin creams and hair care products, but is suitable for almost all cosmetic applications.

Suitable for all skin types, Almond Oil is light an easily absorbed into the skin, making it fantastic for soothing dry, chapped and irritated skin. It can be used directly on the skin to moisturize hands, nails and cuticles, help improve skin complexion and assist in reducing dark circles around the eyes. This versatile oil can also be used as a hair 'mask' to help nourish and strengthen hair, and has also been known to help treat hair loss.

Also, did you know you can use Almond Oil directly on your face for taking off your makeup? Plus it helps to remove flaky and dead skin cells in the process!

Our Australian Almond Oil is obtained from cold pressing the nuts/kernels of the Almond Tree. It is then refined to produce an oil that is light in colour, consistency and odour, making it ideal for cosmetic applications and formulations, and diluting your favourite essential oils.

Botanical Name: Prunus Dulcis

Other Names: Almond Oil Sweet

Country of Origin: Australia

Obtained From: Nuts/Kernels

Method of Extraction: Cold Pressed, Refined

Appearance: Pale yellow, bright & clear oily liquid

Safety: Should be avoided by those with nut allergies

* Please Note: The price reflected is per 100 grams. If you order 1 unit of product, you will get 100g. If you would like a kilogram, for example, then you would select 10 units as 10 x 100grams = 1 kg.

 

100g=113mL

Aloe Vera Gel ($ per 100g) - 7201-Bulk-Eco Warehouse Aus

Aloe Vera Gel ($ per 100g) - 7201

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$4.75

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A cool, soothing gel which can either be applied to the skin as it is, used as a base for gel products or added to creams for moisturising or thickening.

Ingredients: Purified Water, Aloe Vera Extract, Propandiol, Carbopol, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Propylene Glycol, Triethanolamine and EDTA Disodium Salt

* Please Note: The price reflected is per 100 grams. If you order 1 unit of product, you will get 100g. If you would like a kilogram, for example, then you would select 10 units as 10 x 100grams = 1 kg.

Aloe Vera Juice Pure 99.7% ($ per 100g)

Aloe Vera Juice Pure 99.7% ($ per 100g)

by Aloe Vera Australia
$2.00

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This organically grown, pure aloe vera juice is food grade and can be consumed for it's varied health benefits.

Used in many cosmetic formulas as a subsitute for water which can introduce bacteria, plus you get the added benefits of the aloe vera in your blend.

It is also a great addition to your home made hand sanitiser solution, to help prevent your skin drying out from the alcohol content.

  • Aloe Vera Juice obtained from the inner leaf gel of potent Aloe Barbadensis Variety.
  • Grown Organically in rich & fertile volcanic soils.
  • Very high in beneficial polysaccharides
  • Contains all the vitamins, minerals, amino acids and trace elements of the living plant.
  • Vitamins: A, B2, B6, B12, C and E.
  • Minerals: Calcium, Sodium, Potassium, Manganese, Magnesium, Copper, Zinc, Chromium and Selenium. Also 20 Amino Acids.
  • One of Nature’s antioxidants with anti-aging Benefits
  • Apply as an edible shelf life enhancement for post-harvest Fruits and Vegetables.

Ingredients

Organic Aloe Vera Inner Leaf juice (99.7% Aloe Barbadensis), Food Grade Preservatives Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate and Potassium Benzoate.

Apricot Kernel Oil Refined ($ per 100g)-Bulk-Eco Warehouse Aus

Apricot Kernel Oil Refined ($ per 100g)

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$7.00

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Inside apricots, there is a seed, also called a kernel. These apricot kernels contain about 40-50% of oil – apricot kernel oil!

 

This yellow-coloured light carrier oil has a golden touch on skin.

 

Easily applied and absorbed, apricot kernel oil is used in bath products, makeup, perfumes, lotions, massage oils, body butters and lip products.

 

This lightweight oil is often compared to sweet almond oil, avocado olive and sesame oil.

 

* Please Note: The price reflected is per 100 grams. If you order 1 unit of product, you will get 100g. If you would like a kilogram, for example, then you would select 10 units as 10 x 100grams = 1 kg.

 

100g=113.6mL

 

Argan Oil Organic ($ per 100g)

Argan Oil Organic ($ per 100g)

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$25.00

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Our organic Argan Oil is grown in Morroco and is of the highest quality.

Argan Oil is a highly sought after oil due to its high concentration of oleic, lineoic and essential fatty acids. As it is only grown in specific areas it is considered one of the rarest oils. 

Due to its regenerative, restoring, and strengthening capabilities, it is widely used in skin, hair and nail care products. Argan Oil provides powerful conditioning and strengthening benefits to dehydrated hair, as well as excellent moisturising properties to help restore and restructure dry, chapped skin.

Like many of the Argan Oils sold for use in skin and hair care, this version of Argan Oil has been Deodorised, making it perfect for those seeking an Argan Oil with all of the same properties and benefits but without the strong unpleasant smell.

 

Botanical Name: Argania spinosa

Other Names: Argan Oil Virgin

Obtained From: Nut

Method of Extraction: Cold Pressed

Country of Origin: Morocco

Appearance: Viscous, Yellow Oily Liquid 

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Arrowroot powder, also called Arrowroot flour or Arrowroot starch is an effective thickening agent used to add texture and structure in cooking and baking applications.

Arrowroot powder is made by extracting the starches from the tubers of the arrowroot plant,(Maranata Arundinaceaand is cultivated from tropical climates.This easily digestible starch is an excellent nut-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free and corn-free thickener and binder. A huge plus is that it is flavourless, so it can be seamlessly added to savoury dishes and baked goods.

The Arrowroot starch is a very fine white powder that has excellent thickening abilities similar to corn starch.It also has no pronounced flavour and does not add opacity to sauces. If youare avoiding corn, potatoes, and gluten, Arrowroot starch is a good substitute for a thickening agent.

This white silky powder also works as a great thickener for many cosmetics, natural deodorants, and even body powder recipes.

* Please Note: The price reflected is per 100 grams. If you order 1 unit of product, you will get 100g. If you would like a kilogram, for example, then you would select 10 units as 10 x 100grams = 1 kg.

 

 

Avocado Oil - Refined ($ per 100g)

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Beeswax is an indispensible natural raw ingredient that is used as a thickener or emulsiyer agent for many cosmetic products like creams, lotions and body butters.

Beeswax can also be used in a variety of other applications, such as making food wraps, polishing furniture and making pure beeswax candles.

Note that this wax has been refined, which means it has been melted and filtered, which results in a wax which does not have a strong honey odur or the traditional yellow colouring. This is desirable for many applications where discolouration is a problem.

Our beeswax comes in pastille/bead form, making it easy to weigh, use and store.

Ingredients: Beeswax

Appearance: Off-white (cream) pellets or 'flat beads'

Grade: Pharmaceutical grade - Complies with BP (British Pharmacopoeia)

* Please Note: The price reflected is per 100 grams. If you order 1 unit of product, you will get 100g. If you would like a kilogram, for example, then you would select 10 units as 10 x 100grams = 1 kg.

Bentonite Clay Organic (Food Grade) - 1Kg

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$12.00

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Organic Sodium Bentonite Clay 1Kg (Australian Certified Food Grade) Harvested in Australia.

AVAILABLE in 250g / 500g / 1Kg sizes.

 

Bentonite Clay, also known as Montmorillonite clay, is formed from volcanic ash which has been trapped for eons and is a natural clay with a fine, soft texture. There are two types of Bentonite Clay. Ours is Sodium Bentonite, which has been trapped in salty sea beds. Calcium Bentonite comes from deposits of fresh water river beds, and both are suitable for external and internal use despite what many people say.  A common misconception is that calcium bentonite is better for consumption, but as long as they are food grade quality, both are forms are great. See more on this at the bottom of the page.

 

Our Food Grade Bentonite Clay is a Sodium Bentonite, sourced from a natural deposit in Australia, and it is finely milled to 45 microns resulting in a silky smooth powdery clay which has many uses and health benefits.  

 

Compliant to Food Standards Australia and NZ, our Bentonite Clay may be used internally or externally. Harvest and production is a simple process of - harvest, dry, mill, and package with absolutely no chemicals used.

 

Sodium Bentonite clay is negatively charged and can be used to assist in detoxing. It also has a unique ability to swell up to 18x its size, and then the nasties are attracted to the surface of the clay and taken away when the clay is rinsed off of your skin.

 

How to Use:

Our natural Bentonite clay can be used externally in a all sorts of ways or even consumed orally. Some of the most common uses include:

 

Drinking it. To use Bentonite internally combine 1 tsp. of powder in a glass of water or fresh juice in a glass jar and shake well (or use a blender).  Drink once daily, if desired. It is recommended to wait 1 hour after food and 2 hours after medication or supplements before consuming clay, as it may affect absorption.  Make sure you drink plenty of water when consuming clay, as it can dehydrate you if you don’t keep up your fluids.

 

Applied topically, Bentonite clay can help draw impurities and excess oil from your pores and assist in rebalancing your complexion and making you skin super soft. It helps your skin to:

·      Deep cleanse your pores

·      Detox your skin from chemicals and heavy metals.  (just think about the pollution in the air and the chemicals in your makeup)

·      Fight acne and blemishes.

·      Reduces the appearance of acne scarring

·      Balances overall complexion

·      Absorb excess oil and aids in ongoing sebum production

 

Making a clay mask for the face or body; this can be as simple as mixing 1 teaspoon of clay with 2 teaspoons of water, smear it on and leave it for 20 minutes. It will set rock hard and draw out all of the “toxins” and “free radicals” or in plain terms, it drags out the crap! Simply wash it all off after 20 minutes, for a baby soft, detoxed angel face.

 

Why not get a little bit fancy and try making your mask with Apple Cider Vinegar to balance the alkalinity of the Bentonite Clay, and add some aloe vera gel and raw honey for the combined benefits and the Top Shelf face mask.

 

If you want baby angel skin ALL OVER, then jump in the bath with your new best friend, Bentonite Clay.

 

In the bath use 2-4 cups of bentonite clay, simply sprinkle it in like magical pixie dust. Soak  in the bath for up to 20 minutes, or until the kids or hubby interrupt you.  Rinse any residual clay off in the shower when you are done. We call it a mud bath with the kids, and they love getting dirty when they are meant to be getting clean!

 

To soak your poor old tired, dry and aching feet, just add ½ Cup of Bentonite Clay to a tub and soak your hooves for 20 minutes. Presto! Soft rejuvenated feet.

 

Bentonite clay should not be stored in a metal container and metal utensils should be avoided.

 

Clean repurposed airtight glass jars are perfect!

 

Further reading on the difference between the two most common Bentonite Clays.

 

Sodium Bentonite vs Calcium Bentonite

 

Ions are atoms that have gained or lost one or more electron. A common atom has no electrical charge, but ions have a positive or negative charge based on the number of electrons.

 

So ions are attracted to each other by their opposite charge. An exchange takes place that is purely electrical. It does not discriminate, so it does not matter if the ions are sodium, calcium, magnesium or potassium.

 

For example Arsenic has a positive charge and is looking for a negative charge to balance its electrons. Because all types of Bentonite have negatively charged ions they will bond with arsenic or any other positively charged particle.

 

This is how clay can be used as an effective cleansing or detoxing agent if you like. It binds to positively charged heavy metals or toxins & locks them away.

 

Furthermore, Sodium Bentonite clay contains calcium as an exchangeable ion and calcium Bentonite contains sodium as an exchangeable ion.

 

To convert Calcium Bentonite to Sodium Bentonite just add a small amount of salt to a cup of clay and it will have more sodium exchangeable ions and therefore sodium Bentonite.

 

One factor that could make a difference is the conductivity of the substance.

 

 

For example, sodium is a better electrical conductor than calcium so there may be an advantage is this regard. In any case all types of Bentonite are considered to be abundant with exchangeable negative ions and that’s positive for us! 

 

Bentonite Clay Organic (Food Grade) - 250g

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$4.50

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Organic Sodium Bentonite Clay 250g (Australian Certified Food Grade) Harvested in Australia.

 

AVAILABLE in 250g / 500g / 1Kg sizes.

 

Bentonite Clay, also known as Montmorillonite clay, is formed from volcanic ash which has been trapped for eons and is a natural clay with a fine, soft texture. There are two types of Bentonite Clay. Ours is Sodium Bentonite, which has been trapped in salty sea beds. Calcium Bentonite comes from deposits of fresh water river beds, and both are suitable for external and internal use despite what many people say.  A common misconception is that calcium bentonite is better for consumption, but as long as they are food grade quality, both are forms are great. See more on this at the bottom of the page.

 

Our Food Grade Bentonite Clay is a Sodium Bentonite, sourced from a natural deposit in Australia, and it is finely milled to 45 microns resulting in a silky smooth powdery clay which has many uses and health benefits.  

 

Compliant to Food Standards Australia and NZ, our Bentonite Clay may be used internally or externally. Harvest and production is a simple process of - harvest, dry, mill, and package with absolutely no chemicals used.

 

Sodium Bentonite clay is negatively charged and can be used to assist in detoxing. It also has a unique ability to swell up to 18x its size, and then the nasties are attracted to the surface of the clay and taken away when the clay is rinsed off of your skin.

 

How to Use:

Our natural Bentonite clay can be used externally in a all sorts of ways or even consumed orally. Some of the most common uses include:

 

Drinking it. To use Bentonite internally combine 1 tsp. of powder in a glass of water or fresh juice in a glass jar and shake well (or use a blender).  Drink once daily, if desired. It is recommended to wait 1 hour after food and 2 hours after medication or supplements before consuming clay, as it may affect absorption.  Make sure you drink plenty of water when consuming clay, as it can dehydrate you if you don’t keep up your fluids.

 

Applied topically, Bentonite clay can help draw impurities and excess oil from your pores and assist in rebalancing your complexion and making you skin super soft. It helps your skin to:

·      Deep cleanse your pores

·      Detox your skin from chemicals and heavy metals.  (just think about the pollution in the air and the chemicals in your makeup)

·      Fight acne and blemishes.

·      Reduces the appearance of acne scarring

·      Balances overall complexion

·      Absorb excess oil and aids in ongoing sebum production

 

Making a clay mask for the face or body; this can be as simple as mixing 1 teaspoon of clay with 2 teaspoons of water, smear it on and leave it for 20 minutes. It will set rock hard and draw out all of the “toxins” and “free radicals” or in plain terms, it drags out the crap! Simply wash it all off after 20 minutes, for a baby soft, detoxed angel face.

 

Why not get a little bit fancy and try making your mask with Apple Cider Vinegar to balance the alkalinity of the Bentonite Clay, and add some aloe vera gel and raw honey for the combined benefits and the Top Shelf face mask.

 

If you want baby angel skin ALL OVER, then jump in the bath with your new best friend, Bentonite Clay.

 

In the bath use 2-4 cups of bentonite clay, simply sprinkle it in like magical pixie dust. Soak  in the bath for up to 20 minutes, or until the kids or hubby interrupt you.  Rinse any residual clay off in the shower when you are done. We call it a mud bath with the kids, and they love getting dirty when they are meant to be getting clean!

 

To soak your poor old tired, dry and aching feet, just add ½ Cup of Bentonite Clay to a tub and soak your hooves for 20 minutes. Presto! Soft rejuvenated feet.

 

Bentonite clay should not be stored in a metal container and metal utensils should be avoided.

 

Clean repurposed airtight glass jars are perfect!

 

Further reading on the difference between the two most common Bentonite Clays.

 

Sodium Bentonite vs Calcium Bentonite

 

Ions are atoms that have gained or lost one or more electron. A common atom has no electrical charge, but ions have a positive or negative charge based on the number of electrons.

 

So ions are attracted to each other by their opposite charge. An exchange takes place that is purely electrical. It does not discriminate, so it does not matter if the ions are sodium, calcium, magnesium or potassium.

 

For example Arsenic has a positive charge and is looking for a negative charge to balance its electrons. Because all types of Bentonite have negatively charged ions they will bond with arsenic or any other positively charged particle.

 

This is how clay can be used as an effective cleansing or detoxing agent if you like. It binds to positively charged heavy metals or toxins & locks them away.

 

Furthermore, Sodium Bentonite clay contains calcium as an exchangeable ion and calcium Bentonite contains sodium as an exchangeable ion.

 

To convert Calcium Bentonite to Sodium Bentonite just add a small amount of salt to a cup of clay and it will have more sodium exchangeable ions and therefore sodium Bentonite.

 

One factor that could make a difference is the conductivity of the substance.

 

For example, sodium is a better electrical conductor than calcium so there may be an advantage is this regard. In any case all types of Bentonite are considered to be abundant with exchangeable negative ions and that’s positive for us! 

Bentonite Clay Organic (Food Grade) - 500g

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$6.95

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Organic Sodium Bentonite Clay 500g (Australian Certified Food Grade) Harvested in Australia.

 

AVAILABLE in 250g / 500g / 1Kg sizes.

 

Bentonite Clay, also known as Montmorillonite clay, is formed from volcanic ash which has been trapped for eons and is a natural clay with a fine, soft texture. There are two types of Bentonite Clay. Ours is Sodium Bentonite, which has been trapped in salty sea beds. Calcium Bentonite comes from deposits of fresh water river beds, and both are suitable for external and internal use despite what many people say.  A common misconception is that calcium bentonite is better for consumption, but as long as they are food grade quality, both are forms are great. See more on this at the bottom of the page.

 

Our Food Grade Bentonite Clay is a Sodium Bentonite, sourced from a natural deposit in Australia, and it is finely milled to 45 microns resulting in a silky smooth powdery clay which has many uses and health benefits.  

 

Compliant to Food Standards Australia and NZ, our Bentonite Clay may be used internally or externally. Harvest and production is a simple process of - harvest, dry, mill, and package with absolutely no chemicals used.

 

Sodium Bentonite clay is negatively charged and can be used to assist in detoxing. It also has a unique ability to swell up to 18x its size, and then the nasties are attracted to the surface of the clay and taken away when the clay is rinsed off of your skin.

 

How to Use:

Our natural Bentonite clay can be used externally in a all sorts of ways or even consumed orally. Some of the most common uses include:

 

Drinking it. To use Bentonite internally combine 1 tsp. of powder in a glass of water or fresh juice in a glass jar and shake well (or use a blender).  Drink once daily, if desired. It is recommended to wait 1 hour after food and 2 hours after medication or supplements before consuming clay, as it may affect absorption.  Make sure you drink plenty of water when consuming clay, as it can dehydrate you if you don’t keep up your fluids.

 

Applied topically, Bentonite clay can help draw impurities and excess oil from your pores and assist in rebalancing your complexion and making you skin super soft. It helps your skin to:

·      Deep cleanse your pores

·      Detox your skin from chemicals and heavy metals.  (just think about the pollution in the air and the chemicals in your makeup)

·      Fight acne and blemishes.

·      Reduces the appearance of acne scarring

·      Balances overall complexion

·      Absorb excess oil and aids in ongoing sebum production

 

Making a clay mask for the face or body; this can be as simple as mixing 1 teaspoon of clay with 2 teaspoons of water, smear it on and leave it for 20 minutes. It will set rock hard and draw out all of the “toxins” and “free radicals” or in plain terms, it drags out the crap! Simply wash it all off after 20 minutes, for a baby soft, detoxed angel face.

 

Why not get a little bit fancy and try making your mask with Apple Cider Vinegar to balance the alkalinity of the Bentonite Clay, and add some aloe vera gel and raw honey for the combined benefits and the Top Shelf face mask.

 

If you want baby angel skin ALL OVER, then jump in the bath with your new best friend, Bentonite Clay.

 

In the bath use 2-4 cups of bentonite clay, simply sprinkle it in like magical pixie dust. Soak  in the bath for up to 20 minutes, or until the kids or hubby interrupt you.  Rinse any residual clay off in the shower when you are done. We call it a mud bath with the kids, and they love getting dirty when they are meant to be getting clean!

 

To soak your poor old tired, dry and aching feet, just add ½ Cup of Bentonite Clay to a tub and soak your hooves for 20 minutes. Presto! Soft rejuvenated feet.

 

Bentonite clay should not be stored in a metal container and metal utensils should be avoided.

 

Clean repurposed airtight glass jars are perfect!

 

Further reading on the difference between the two most common Bentonite Clays.

 

Sodium Bentonite vs Calcium Bentonite

 

Ions are atoms that have gained or lost one or more electron. A common atom has no electrical charge, but ions have a positive or negative charge based on the number of electrons.

 

So ions are attracted to each other by their opposite charge. An exchange takes place that is purely electrical. It does not discriminate, so it does not matter if the ions are sodium, calcium, magnesium or potassium.

 

For example Arsenic has a positive charge and is looking for a negative charge to balance its electrons. Because all types of Bentonite have negatively charged ions they will bond with arsenic or any other positively charged particle.

 

This is how clay can be used as an effective cleansing or detoxing agent if you like. It binds to positively charged heavy metals or toxins & locks them away.

 

Furthermore, Sodium Bentonite clay contains calcium as an exchangeable ion and calcium Bentonite contains sodium as an exchangeable ion.

 

To convert Calcium Bentonite to Sodium Bentonite just add a small amount of salt to a cup of clay and it will have more sodium exchangeable ions and therefore sodium Bentonite.

 

One factor that could make a difference is the conductivity of the substance.

 

 

For example, sodium is a better electrical conductor than calcium so there may be an advantage is this regard. In any case all types of Bentonite are considered to be abundant with exchangeable negative ions and that’s positive for us! 

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BTMS 25 Conditioning Emulsifying Wax, which is also called Incroquat Behenyl TMS Quaternary Ammonium Compound in fatty alcohol.....but if you ask us for that we will probably look at you blankly!

It is a naturally derived, extremely mild conditioning emulsifying wax, suitable for hair conditioners, creams and lotions.

It is also mild enough to use in leave-in conditioners.

Contains Behentrimonium Methosulfate and Cetearyl alcohol.

* Please Note: The price reflected is per 100 grams. If you order 1 unit of product, you will get 100g. If you would like a kilogram, for example, then you would select 10 units as 10 x 100grams = 1 kg.

Cacao Butter Wafers Organic Raw ($ per 100g) - 6105

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Raw organic Cacao Butter Wafers, also called cocoa butter, is commonly used in raw, dairy free treats and even beauty products. Each wafer or disc measures approximately 2-3cm in diameter. 

Raw cacao butter, is a pure, stable vegetable fat that is extracted at low temperature from cacao beans. These wafers are a convenient size which makes blending and melting easier.

Add Raw Cacao Butter Wafers with Cacao Powder and Maple Syrup for a delicious vegan friendly chocolate!

When using in cosmetics, Cacao Butter is one of the most stable fats, which helps prevent rancidity due to its strong antioxidant properties, typically having a lengthy shelf life, anywhere between two and five years. Its melting point is just below 37*C which makes it an easy to use ingredient for any skin care recipes.

 

* Please Note: The price reflected is per 100 grams. If you order 1 unit of product, you will get 100g. If you would like a kilogram, for example, then you would select 10 units as 10 x 100grams = 1 kg.

Candelilla Plant Wax ($ per 100g) - 7302-Bulk-Eco Warehouse Aus

Candelilla Plant Wax ($ per 100g) - 7302

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Candelilla wax, is a wax derived from the leaves of the small Candelilla shrub native to northern Mexico and the southwestern United States. It is yellowish-brown, hard, brittle, aromatic, and opaque to translucent. It is mostly used mixed with other waxes to harden them without raising their melting point. 

 

Often used to make vegan friendly wax wraps that can be used as an alternative to single use plastic cling wrap.

 

One of its major uses is as a binder for chewing gums, and can be used as a substitute for carnauba wax and beeswax. It is also used for making varnish.

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Our Liquid Castile Soap is an unscented and surfactant free natural liquid soap base that can be used as is, or as a base for your own fragranced hand soap, body wash or shampoo.

 

It can be used for virtually any task around the home, from an effective laundry stain remover, washing the dishes or even giving Rover the dog a well needed wash!

 

Made with a combination of organic coconut oil and organic olive oil to produce a great lather that cleans effectively without being too aggressive and is gentle on your skin and the environment.

 

It doesn't contain any artificail foaming agents or petrochemical ingredients.

 

Castile soap produces glycerine during the making process, and this glycerine is left in the formulation, adding to the gentleness and skin friendly properties of this liquid soap.

 

Essential oils can be added to it for fragrance and it can be thickened if required. 

 

- Made with Organic Olive and Organic Coconut Oil

- 100% Australian Made

- Palm Oil Free

- Vegan Friendly

- Contains NO SLS, SLES or Parabens. 

- Cruelty Free. Not tested on Animals

 

Ingredients: Triethanlolamine, Oleic Acid, Potassium Hydroxide, Cocomide DEA, Coconut Fatty Acid, Glutaral, Water.

 

 

Castor Oil ($ per 100g)

Castor Oil ($ per 100g)

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$2.90

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Castor Oil is a vegetable oil sourced from castor beans. Specifically, it is cold-pressed from the plants' seeds. Originating from India, castor oil is used in cosmetic products, including the manufacture of soaps, in creams and moisturisers. It can also be applied to the hair for nourishment, and can possibly help with dandruff. 

* Please Note: The price reflected is per 100 grams. If you order 1 unit of product, you will get 100g. If you would like a kilogram, for example, then you would select 10 units as 10 x 100grams = 1 kg.

Citric Acid - Food Grade ($ per 100g) - 7104

by Weigh & Pay Smorgasbord
$1.80

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Citric Acid is an essential product to have handy at home, whether you need it to act a preservative when making cheese, mixing up some natural laundry powder, whipping up some bath bombs with the kids or making your own cosmetics, you will need some Citric Acid.

Citric acid is a weak organic acid; a natural preservative found in living cells both animal and plant, with the highest concentrations found in lemons and limes.

Our Citric acid is free of additives, colours, fillers, free-flow chemicals or flavours. It is simply pure Citric Acid and nothing else. Meeting the highest Pharmaceutical Benchmarks (BP & USP), Food Grade and Cosmetic Safe, our Citric Acid really is an all-rounder safe for all of your uses!

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A beautiful mustard-coloured yellow clay, perfect for your DIY cosmetic recipes!

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Clay - Red French ($ per 100g)

Clay - Red French ($ per 100g)

by Eco Warehouse
$8.95

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A beautiful, earthy red clay, perfect for your DIY cosmetic recipes!

* Please Note: The price reflected is per 100 grams. If you order 1 unit of product, you will get 100g. If you would like a kilogram, for example, then you would select 10 units as 10 x 100grams = 1 kg.

Clay Green French ($ per 100g)

Clay Green French ($ per 100g)

by Eco Warehouse
$5.60

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The most popular of the French Clays, Green French Clay is rich in minerals and has revitalizing and regenerating properties. It tightens pores, cleanses, absorbs excess sebum form the skin, and removes impurities, stimulating blood flow to create healthy and glowing skin. It is your go-to for exfoliation, pore-tightening and oil-absorption.

It is a fine light green coloured powder, which is 100% natural mineral clay sourced from France.

It is well suited for all skin types, particularly oily and troubled skin.

Green French Clay can be used in soap making, detoxifying body wraps, face masks, cleansers, face/body scrubs, and other various cosmetics.

 

The green clay undergoes a mechanical treatment, without any chemical additives. It is crushed and dried.

Ingredients: 100% Green French Clay


INCI names: Illite, Kaolin, Montmorillonite


Country of Origin: France


Appearance: Fine, light Green coloured powder (see product image above - Note: colour may vary from batch to batch)

 

Clay Pink French ($ per 100g)

Clay Pink French ($ per 100g)

by Eco Warehouse
$7.00

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Pink French Clay is used to purify, cleanse and detoxify the skin, remove dead skin cells, improve skin softness and create and overall refreshed appearance.

It can also be used to treat acne and sun damaged skin.

It is well suited for all skin types, particularly sensitive and mature skin.

Pink French Clay can be used in soap making, detoxifying body wraps, face masks, cleansers, face/body scrubs, and other various cosmetics.

The pink clay undergoes a mechanical treatment, without any chemical additives. It is crushed and dried.

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Australian Kaolin White Clay is the most gentle of all the clays and is used in many skin care products because of its absorbency properties.

It is the mildest of the clays and as such is well suited for all skin types, particularly delicate, sensitive and oily skin.

Australian Kaolin White Clay is used to purify, cleanse and detoxify the skin, balance skin oils (sebum), calm inflamed and acne-prone skin.

The Kaolin clay undergoes a mechanical treatment, without any chemical additives. It is crushed and dried.

Cocoa Butter - Organic & 100% Natural ($ per 100g)

by Deluxe Shea Butter
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$7.20

Our Food Grade Cocoa Butter is extracted from whole Cocoa Beans, and is used as a active ingredient for its beneficial properties including anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant effects in many skin creams and moisturisers.

 

Some products with Cocoa Butter in them claim to have several benefits for skin health, such as alleviating dry skin and improving skin elasticity.

 

Our Cocoa Butter comes as a more dry butter when compared to Shea Butter, but melts down to an oil when heated, for easy addition to your skin care creations.

 

It smells just like chocolate, because it is a main ingredient in making chocolate, and our food grade Cocoa Butter can also be used to create your own chocolate, if you get bored of making skin products!!