Nothing is more enticing to your customers than an arrangement of your handcrafted soaps, lotions, body butters, bath salts etc in a reusable basket or barrel. We have chosen a line of wooden barrels, wicker baskets and metal wire baskets, which should comfortably accommodate small to large arrangements of your bath & body products. Not only will your customers come to you for their own skin care needs, but they will remember you as a great source for gift baskets.
Our smallest baskets will hold a few bars of soap or a bottle of facial clay and a floral water. They are particularly nice for little treats for the hands, feet or face. Our medium size baskets are good for holding bath salts, a soap, a lotion and a bath accessory or two. The larger baskets can hold a complete line of bath products and still have space for a couple of nice accessories.
Try some of these ideas:Small Baskets:
Face: A bottle of face nourishing oil, a small loofah disk and a small bar of face soap.
Facial: A tin of clay and powdered herb blend, a bottle of hydrosol and a bottle of essential oils for the face diluted in jojoba.
Hand: A wooden nail brush, a bottle of cuticle care oil, and a small jar of shea butter hand balm.
Foot: A pumice stone and a bottle of peppermint foot lotion.
Massage: A book on massage, 1 bottle of scented massage oil, 1 bottle of unscented massage oil, 2 small bottles of essential oils, 1 wooden massage tool.
Aromatherapy: 3 Bottles of unscented carrier oils, 5 little bottles of basic essential oils, a good book on aromatherapy.
Bath: A jar of bath salts with a wooden scoop, a bar of soap with soap dish, a lotion, a bath pouf and a loofah.
Room Fragrance: A candle, a drawer sachet, a bottle of room spray, a container of carpet deodorizer, and a small tin or bag of potpourri.
Personal Spa: A tin of body wrap clay, a tin of face clay, a bottle of hair treatment oil, a bottle of bubble bath, a sisal scrub sponge, a nail brush, a body oil, a bath brush, Hand & Foot Balm and a candle.
For Baby: A bar of handcrafted soap with soap dish, a jar of baby bottom balm, a bottle of apricot oil, baby powder, a tin of washbag grains (oatmeal, powdered lavender, rice bran powder, milk powder) and a muslin bag, and a washcloth or bath pouf. Throw in a couple of toys/rattles/nail clippers and other accessories if space permits.
"I read the crafting mystery, Lye in Wait. The author included recipes and a list of stores online where the ingredients could be purchased. You were the only store on the list that had ALL the ingredients needed for the recipes. Thanks!"
- Melissa Jarvis | Charleston, WV