INCI (Commiphora molmol). Myrrh was one of the gifts brought to baby Jesus by the Wise Men in the Bible. Myrrh can be used in both soap making and cosmetic making recipes. Myrrh is a gum resin extracted from myrrh shrubs. Myrrh is used in perfumery as a woodsy base note. Myrrh can be used as an ingredient in incense.
Country of Origin: Ethiopia
1. Myrrh Gum Powder can be used in potpourri formulations
2. Myrrh Gum Powder can be used in natural bath tea recipes
3. Myrrh Gum Powder can be used in soap
4. Myrrh Gum Powder can be infused and added to lotion, cream, and ointment recipes.
5. Myrrh Gum Powder can be infused and added to shampoo and conditioner recipes.
6. Myrrh Gum Powder can be used in facial mask recipes
7. Myrrh Gum Powder can be used in bath salt recipes.
8. Myrrh Gum Powder can be used in scrub recipes
9. Myrrh Gum Powder can be used in bath bombs.
10. Myrrh Gum Powder can be infused in massage oils.
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