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  • Natural Lemon & Lavender Dish Wash

    Your Facebook votes are in, and the most requested wash recipe was ..(drum roll).... Dish Wash. So here it is... our speedy all natural DIY dish wash with the antibacterial properties of pure lemon essential oil for an effective dish clean and pure lavender essential oil because of it's amazing smell and to chill your mood for a therapeutic cleanse at the same time ;P
    Here's what you will need:
    • 1 teaspoon soap flakes (we used Blants ground coconut soap, you could use any natural unscented soap flakes really)
    • 1 tablespoon of baking soda or washing soda (washing soda is best for a deeper clean for those more greasier pots and pans)
    • 1/4 cup of unscented liquid castile soap
    • 2/3 cup of boiling distilled water
    • 30 drops of pure lemon essential oil
    • 30 drops of pure lavender essential oil
    • 10 drops of pure rosemary essential oil (optional)
    • Funnel (to make your life easier pouring mixture from bowl to bottle)
    • 300ml amber glass bottle with pump dispenser and wash label
    1. Combine soap flakes and baking/ washing soda together in a bowl
    2. Boil distilled water and then add to soap flakes and soda and mix well with a whisk
    3. Whisk in all remaining ingredients and allow to cool (it basically cools while you are whisking everything together) 
    4. Use a funnel to pour mixture into your bottle. Add pump top and pump down to dispense
  • Fresh Turmeric, Ginger and Lemon Myrtle Hand Wash

    If you have just scored yourself some Turmeric Oil and are collecting recipes, here is a beauty to add to your repertoire.  This hand wash is crisp and fresh with the warm undertone of ginger. 


    - 1 tablespoon of Castile Soap

    - 1/2 Tablespoon Fractionated Coconut Oil

    - 15 Drops of Pure Ginger Essential Oil

    - 10 drops of pure Lemon Myrtle Essential Oil

    - 13 drops of Pure Turmeric Essential Oil

    - Distilled Water to fill the 175ml Amber Glass Foamer to the neck. 

    - 175ml Amber Glass Foamer Bottle


    1. Add all oils and Castile to the foamer bottle finish by adding distilled water until filled to the shoulder. 

    2. Place the lid on the foamer and shake to stir. 

    3. Pump to enjoy your new hand wash. 

    This recipe has been made for a 175ml bottle please adjust amounts to accommodate a larger sized foamer bottle if needed. 

    Why we love our 175ml Foamers with Bespoke Wash Labels????

    + They are the perfect size for gifts and hampers

    + They are amazing quality yet have a tiny price

    + They are the perfect foamer for small powder room basins


  • Citrus Sh*t Bricks

    These natural toilet cleaning bricks should be part of everyone's arsenal. With the natural cleaning power of Grapefruit, Lemon, Wild Orange and Cedar, your toilet will be completely eliminated from any "crumbs" that may be lingering. 


    - 20 Drops of Pure Grapefruit Essential Oil. 

    - 20 Drops of Pure Lemon Essential Oil. 

    - 5 Drops of Pure Orange Essential Oil. 

     - 10 drops of pure Cedar Wood Essential Oil. 

    - 350ml Bicarb Soda. 

    - 200ml Citric Acid.

    - Dried Orange Pieces for garnish. 

    - Silicone Moulds (ours came from Kmart) 


    1.  Combine the dried ingredients into a bowl and stir. 

    2. Add the essential oils and stir through well

    3. With a spray bottle, lightly mist the bowl filled with mixture until it just starts to fizz then stir through the dampened mix. Repeat 4 times. 

    4. Place a piece of dried orange in the bottom of each mould. Spoon mixture into the mould and push down till compacted tightly. 

    5.  Leave for 24 hrs to set before popping out of moulds. 

    6. Simply drop one in the toilet and let it sit for 5 min then give a little scrub and flush. 

    When using the Kmart  large ice moulds, you will make 24 bricks if moulds are half filled. Store in an airtight container, we have photographed with a 500ml amber glass jar which will store 10 bricks. 

    During more humid weather, toilet powders can sometimes solidify and be tricky to get out of containers. This is a great alternative. 

    We like to use different garnishes for our bricks, bath bombs and dishwasher tablets so that they are easy to identify and don't get confused. 

    Happy Scrubbing . X


  • Cooks Kitchen Hand wash with Lemon, Cilantro and Bergamot

    This is the perfect hand wash to keep at the kitchen sink and use whilst cooking up delicious magic. The citric elements of this blend, mixed with the power of cilantro, create the perfect odour buster. They combat those stronger kitchen scents that may linger on the hands, not to mention the antibacterial properties kill off any nasties left on the hands after preparing meat or seafood. 


    10 drops of pure cilantro oil

    7 drops of pure lemon oil

    7 drops of pure Bergamot oil

    3/4 tablespoon of Fractionated Coconut Oil

    2 tablespoons of liquid Castile soap 

    Distilled water


    Combine all ingredients except the distilled water in a 300ml PET Foamer. 

    Pour in the distilled water to fill the bottle to the neck. 

    Screw on foamer top and give the mix a good shake. 

    (Don't forget, if it a new foamer you will need to pump it about 8 times to fill it with fluid before the foaming magic happens. )

    Complements to the Chef. x