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Dec
08

20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil


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20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil

Jojoba Oil is a pretty underrated oil. There are so many benefits packed into this mighty little oil. Technically, Jojoba Oil is not an oil but a wax that is light and non-greasy feeling. It absorbs quickly into the skin, hair, and nails. It’s also packed full of Vitamin E, Vitamin B which of course is totally what your skin and hair need to look healthy and alive. Jojoba Oil is non-toxic, non-comedogenic, non-allergic and non-irritant. That’s a lot of nons for something so natural! Below, Nature’s Garden has picked out 20 recipes that use this awesome oil. We hope you enjoy making them as much as you will enjoy using them all the while keeping your hair and skin on top of the game!

 

Hair Conditioner for Blondes20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Hair Conditioner for Blondes Recipe

Do blondes have more fun? Is it fact or fiction? I honestly believe your hair color doesn’t depend on whether you have fun or not BUT keeping your blonde locks blonde can be no fun at all! Brassiness, yellowing and sometimes an orange tinge are the woes of blondies. Hard water, well water, chlorine, certain shampoos and conditioners can contribute to this. Nature’s Garden has a natural solution to this problem: Our Hair Condition for Blondes. An infused tea of lemon peel and calendula flowers will help intensify your blonde. The jojoba oil is awesome in hair products and it helps hydrate and lock in moisture.  Our Goldie Dreadlocks Fragrance Oil that has a woodsy, vanilla scent will keep your hair smelling very fine!

 

20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Beard Balm Recipe20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Beard Balm Recipe

Beards are definitely an “in thing” for guys these days. Most especially if you live in colder climates. Keeping up with your beard is an extremely important part of having a beard. They need trimmed, sometimes they need combed and they need washed. It’s like taking care of your hair, only this hair is on your face and it’s the first thing people will notice about you! Nature’s Garden created a Beard Balm recipe to help our bearded customers look good! With beeswax to help tame that beard and mustache and Jojoba Oil will help moisturize and lock in that moisture.  This balm will help give you an extra layer of protection to keep your skin from drying out from that harsh, cold winter air! Just add in the scent of Cedarwood  Virginian essential oil and you’ll be smelling like and looking like you should be out chopping down some timber!

 

20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Cotton Candy Emulsified Sugar Scrub20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Cotton Candy Emulsified Sugar Scrub

Cotton Candy. A light, airy confectioner’s treat served up like a pink or blue cloud. It dissolves the minute it hits your tongue leaving behind the sweet taste that truly only belongs to this carnival treat. Who wouldn’t love to treat yourself to this sugary treat without the calories! Well, Nature’s Garden developed a Cotton Candy Emulsified Sugar Scrub recipe to do just that! Using our Fluffy Pink Candy Fragrance Oil, your bathroom may just smell like you just came home from a sugar factory! Sweet with a hint of vanilla! The jojoba oil will moisturize your skin and the sugar will scrub those pores and dead skin away. Your skin will be left feeling soft and smooth with no greasy I-just-ate-a-bucket-of-carnival-fries feeling.

 

20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Activated Charcoal Scrub20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Activated Charcoal Scrub

Activated Charcoal has become increasingly popular among face scrubs and facial masks. It has a detoxifying agent that is perfect for those who suffer from acne. Since scrubs are popular for sloughing away that dead skin and cleaning out those pores why not throw some charcoal into it for an even better way to get bright, clean skin? Jojoba Oil is perfect in this scrub since it also has anti-fungal properties which is a positive step for treating acne. You have the best of both worlds in this Activated Charcoal Scrub recipe Natures Garden has created. Use our Black Linen and Amber Fragrance Oil for a rich cotton, musky, vanilla blossom scent. Who knew that using a product derived from burnt hardwoods could be so good for your skin?

 

Rejuvenating Foot Balm20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Rejuvenating Foot Balm

Essential Oils are quite popular these days. They can be used in foods, candles, cosmetics, soaps and lotions, incense and in cleaning products. Each essential oil has a specific property to it used to treat medical problems, injuries or even mental issues. While we at Nature’s Garden do not sell our products for medicinal use, we think that the scents of the oils lend a hand to aromatherapy. In our Rejuvenating Foot Balm recipe, we incorporate Tea Tree Australian essential oil and Peppermint (Redistilled) essential oil. These scents are truly rejuvenating and not only perk up your senses, the foot balm itself will soften and sooth with Shea and Cocoa Butter to help moisturize with the help of  Jojoba Oil to help lock that moisture in. After a hard day’s work on your feet treat them nicely with a little foot rub using this sweet little balm.

 

20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Beard Soap20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Beard Soap

The first thing that will be noticed about you is your facial hair. It’s all about that beard! No scraggly, ragged beards, please! Women want a soft, clean presentable beard and our Beard Soap recipe was developed with that idea in mind! This is a cold process soap that uses cocoa butter, shea butter and of course Jojoba Oil! You will get a good lather from the contribution this oil has to offer and the added benefit that this oil is wonderful for hair to help lock in that moisture! The Gurgun Balsam Essential Oil will add a soft, piney scent that smells very manly.

 

20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub

Cinnamon sugar, vanilla and apples! No, it’s not a pie, or a crisp or a cobbler! Although you may smell like one and honestly, who doesn’t love the smell of any of those desserts? Nature’s Garden Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub will help you scrub away that dry, dead winter skin. Just from the scent of Vanilla Silk and Cinnabun Fragrance Oil along with the Vanilla Powder and Apple Pie Spice blend powder to enhance the scent, you may need to bake yourself an apple dessert after bath time! With ingredients of cocoa butter, mango butter to help moisturize and jojoba oil to help hydrate and lock in that moisture your, skin will be soft and feeling shined up like an apple!

 

20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion Recipe20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion Recipe

With everybody loving everything all-natural and loving the benefits and aroma you get from herbs we are sure you will adore our Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion! This little recipe is packed with vitamins E and C, antioxidants, amino acids, anti-aging properties. Honestly, too many amazing qualities to even list! With the Herbal Infusion of Rosehips powder and Hibiscus Flower powder, your skin will be thanking you for taking the time to make something so good for it! With the jojoba oil used to help punch up that vitamin E, and it’s added bonus of antioxidants, it’s the perfect lotion for face, not just your lower half! The Peach Magnolia Raspberry fragrance oil will add perfection with the scent of peaches, raspberries, magnolia with a touch of honeysuckle and jasmine.

 

Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

It’s summertime and you’re eating a sweet slice of juicy, red-ripe watermelon. I can almost feel the sun shining down on me, all warm, while the juice dribbles down my chin. Okay, back to reality for a moment. I do love the smell of watermelon and it does remind me of summer. Maybe this Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub will help to remind you of summertime too. The Watermelon Fragrance oil is a mixture of melons and a hint of vanilla. Apricot Kernel Oil and Jojoba Oil are both light, fast-absorbing and will leave your skin feeling soft and not a bit greasy. It’s a perfect summertime scrub and the natural colorants used from Spinach Leaf Powder and Beet Root Powder help enhance the look of your scrub when it’s all jarred up and ready to go to your friends as gifts!

 

Solid Lotion Bar20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Solid Lotion Bar Recipe

Lotion bars are truly the handiest thing to have. They are easy to carry. Not the least bit messy and that in itself is perfect. Your child can carry one in their backpacks or school bags and you won’t have to worry about them leaking and causing one super messy cleanup! Lotion Bars can be put into any container such as small tins, or small jars or molds. We have chosen our Large Deodorant Container which is helpful as they can be raised as your product is used and there is definitely less waste! With minimal ingredients, this Solid Lotion Bar recipe is quick to whip up and are good to go in an hour or two. The jojoba oil will help moisturize, and seal in its beneficial ingredients leaving your skin soft and protected. Use our Beautiful Babe fragrance oil will leave your skin smelling of roses, jasmine and a hint of plum.

Honey Vanilla Lip Balm20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Honey Vanilla Lip Balm Recipe

In the winter time, lip balm is probably one of the most cherished articles you carry with you. No matter if you keep one or two in your purse, your car, back pocket or backpack, they are necessary for those chapped, dry lips! Our Honey Vanilla Lip Balm is definitely a recipe to try! It has Jojoba Oil to help moisturize and hydrate and beeswax to coat and seal in that moisture. The Vanilla Bean flavoring oil lends some sweetness along with a drop or two of your favorite honey to add to it.

 

Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub Recipe

There are so many sugar scrub recipes out there and they are all so very popular it’s sometimes hard to pick one. They look so pretty, they smell so good and they are so easy to make. Just a few ingredients needed and everybody has some sugar at home.  So give this sweet Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub a try next time you’re looking for a new scrub to make. With the sugar acting as the exfoliate and the vitamin packed Jojoba Oil to help moisturize, your skin will definitely love the attention. Our Lavender Apple fragrance oil was used that gives this scrub its name has a powdery, delicate scent of apples and notes of lilac. Sprinkle some tiny dried lavender buds on top for added scent and presentation.

 

Hydrating Hand Sticks20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Hydrating Hand Sticks Recipe

Our hands go through so much turmoil throughout the day. They help us at work, help feed and take care of our loved ones, and they are out in the elements helping us with yard work or any chores that require us to be outside. It’s rough being a hand and they need some love when they are chapped, dry and cracked. These handy (no pun intended) little Hydrating Hand Sticks are so awesome to carry in your pockets or your purse. Use one just before you set out to do your errands or tasks and you’ll be adding some protection with the Jojoba Oil, Shea Butter and Beeswax. Vitamins and minerals to nourish and seal in that moisture. The Nectarine and Mint Fragrance Oil will add a sweet scent of oranges, nectarines and the cooling scent of mint.

 

Creamy Coconut Craziness Cold Process Soap20 Ways To Use Jojoba Oil Creamy Cocoa Craziness Cold Process Soap Recipe

Nothing really crazy about this CP soap except maybe how it’s an awesome soap to play around with swirling and coloring techniques. The batter of this Creamy Cocoa Craziness Cold Process Soap doesn’t set up so quickly and gives you an opportunity to play around with it and bring out your inner soap artist! It only creates four pounds of soap which is also good for beginners who don’t want to invest in making a big batch. With ingredients of cocoa butter, coconut oils and let’s not forget the vitamin enriched Jojoba Oil, this soap will leave your skin soft, hydrated and sweet smelling from the Creamy Coconut Fragrance Oil that smells like a glass of sweet, creamy coconut milk.

 

Green Apple Blast Lip Balm20 Ways To Use Jojoba Oil Green Apple Lip Balm Recipe

You can never have too many lip balm recipes. Everybody’s tastes differ in how they like their lip balm. Some like it with beeswax, some don’t. Some like it sweet or fruity, some like it crisp or refreshing. No matter what you can never go wrong with the Green Apple Lip Balm. It’s Green Apple Blast flavoring oil is tart and sweet just like a Granny Smith apple. It uses beeswax and candelilla wax that will help give those dry, chapped lips some extra protection and a nice gloss to it. Give this one a try and we are sure you will have a definite keeper.

 

Total Hot Man Cold Process Soap20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Total Hot Man Cold Process Soap Recipe

We can never forget about our menfolk! It’s always good to have some recipes dedicated to our guys who like to smell good. Our Total Hot Man Cold Process Soap is just that since we use one of our popular scents among men, Total Hot Man Fragrance Oil smells of warm, earthy patchouli, a hint of fruity mango followed by sandalwood. We have also incorporated Himalayan Black Salt to help exfoliate their skin so the Jojoba Oil can absorb into those clean pores and make their skin feel soft and hydrated.

 

Margarita Salt Scrub20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Margarita Salt Scrub Recipe

I’ll have a margarita on the rocks no salt, please! Okay, well this recipe comes with salt regardless and that’s a good thing. Our Margarita Salt Scrub is a foaming scrub that will leave you feeling refreshed and not at all intoxicated. The Dead Sea Salt that is high in skin nourishing minerals will get your skin glowing. The mango and shea butter along with Jojoba Oil will soften and and moisturize it. Our Margarita Fragrance Oil that we add smells like the real thing. So make your Mondays: Margarita Salt Scrub Mondays and maybe have the real thing while you’re at it!

Gentle Avocado Cold Process Soap20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Gentle Avocado Cold Process Soap Recipe

Avocados are an amazing fruit! They are the only food that you can say has “good fat” in it. The kind of fat that is “heart healthy”. They have a ton of vitamins, more Potassium than a banana and they are also good source of fiber. So if they are so good for you on the inside than think how amazing it is for you on the outside. The Gentle Avocado Cold Process Soap is perfect for those with sensitive skin and of course our friend the Jojoba Oil which is non-irritant and non-allergic just adds to the awesomeness of this soap. The Rice Petals and Shea Butter Fragrance Oil adds a soft, ginger followed by coconut milk and rice flower. A gentle scent for a gentle soap.

 

Lipstick From Scratch20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Lipstick from Scratch Recipe

There are a lot of people out there who love to make things from scratch. It actually may seem like too much work, but when you know what ingredients you are using and you know where your ingredients come from, then maybe a little work isn’t so bad. Our Lipstick from Scratch recipe is anything but hard work. It just looks like it would be but most of the same ingredients that we use in our lip balm recipes go into making these lipsticks. You will get the benefits of a lip balm; the protection from the beeswax and the moisturizing and hydrating of Jojoba Oil and the nourishing of the vitamin E.  Then, just add in a lip tint of your choice and voila! You have lipstick! It would take you longer to drive to the drug store to buy a tube than it would to make a batch of these!

 

Glamour Girl Lotion20 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil Glamour Girl Lotion Recipe

The perfume Hot Couture is very popular fragrance. It’s also very expensive! We at Nature’s Garden have developed our take on Hot Couture with Couture Hotness Fragrance Oil. You can make any kind of bath or body product and smell like you just paid $70 for the real thing. Our Glamour Girl Lotion recipe is a good way to start. Using Macadamia Nut Oil that is amazing for dry, aging skin and Jojoba Oil that is also amazing with its Vitamin E, B and antioxidants, we are sure you will love this lotion. Not just for the benefits of the oils, but for the expensive smell Couture Hotness will give it.

 

May
25

Beard Soap Recipe


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Beard Soap RecipeBeard Soap Recipe

We at Natures Garden combined the benefits of various oils to create the perfect Beard Soap Recipe! Not only will this clean your scruff, but the oils that are included were specifically chosen to enhance your beard and promote healthy growth. These oils work from the root of each follicle all the way to the tip to create the healthiest facial hair possible. Plus, this recipe soothes the skin beneath your facial hair if it is irritated from dryness or ingrown hairs. Overall, this recipe will take your beard game to a new level of awesome.

Beard Soap Recipe Ingredients Available from Natures Garden

Silicon Soap Mold – 4 Loaf Molds
Lye
Coconut Oil 76
Jojoba Oil
Sweet Almond Oil
Olive Oil Pomace
Castor Oil
Lanolin USP Liquid Oil
Sesame Seed Oil
Cocoa Butter Golden Natural
Shea Butter
Gurjun Balsam Essential Oil
Safety Gloves for Soap Making – 1 Pair
Mitre Box – Stainless Steel
Safety Glasses for Soap Making
Cutter for Mitre Box – Stainless Steel
Safety Mask for Soap Making – 2 count

Beard Soap Recipe Other Ingredients & Equipment Needed

Crockpot
Silicone Mixing Spoon
Two Large Mixing Spoon
Stick Blender
Scale
Distilled Water

Beard Soap Recipe  Total Weights for All Ingredients

182 grams of the Lye (Sodium Hydroxide)
517 grams of the Distilled Water
340 grams of the Coconut Oil 76
68 grams of the Jojoba Oil
163 grams of the Sweet Almond Oil
68 grams of the Olive Oil Pomace
68 grams of the Castor Oil
41 grams of the Lanolin
68 grams of the Sesame Seed Oil
272 grams of the Cocoa Butter Golden Natural
272 grams of the Shea Butter
100 grams of the Gurjan Balsam Essential Oil

Beard Soap Recipe Get Familiar with the Soap Making Process

If this is your first time creating soap with lye, then you may want to read over a few of our classes for beginner soap makers. First, this Soap Making Safety class shares some basics, such as safe soapmaking practices, clean up, and the curing process. Additionally, the Soap Making Terminology class briefly shares soaper lingo and abbreviations that you may come across.

Finally, the classes of Making Your Own Soap Recipe  and Soap Making- Finding the Perfect Recipe explain the steps to creating a perfect bar of soap and creating your very own soap recipe. Further, the Soaping Oil Properties class goes over the impact different oils have on a bar of soap. On another note, you could create this beard soap recipe using a cold process method.  You would use the same ingredients, just a different process.  If you have never made cold process soap before, check out our Cold Process Soap Class 101.

 Beard Soap Recipe Soaping From Scratch Safety Reminders

First, you should always wear the appropriate protection when making soap from scratch. Lye that has not fully become soap can react with skin and cause damage. Plus, you will want to avoid breathing in the fumes created as you make your lye water So, you will want to wear a face mask to protect your lungs and keep you aware. Also, it is in your best interest to wear protective clothing, eye protection, and gloves.

You also want to make sure all of your materials needed are prepared prior to starting. Make sure that anything you use to create soap is never used for cooking or in other body products. Meaning, your crockpot should remain as your soaping crockpot. Simply find or buy a cheap device that you won’t miss in the kitchen.

Finally, never ever add the water to your lye. Adding water to the lye could be very dangerous, creating a volcanic effect! Instead, remember that you should slowly add your lye to your water slowly. Stirring the water slowly as well.

Beard Soap Recipe Explaining the Beneficial Properties of the Ingredients Used

If you are curious as to why we’ve used some of these oils in this soap, then check out the following explanation of our reasons for choosing these specific ingredients. First of all, coconut oil is wonderful for facial hair as it will condition hair all the way down to the roots, which softens and will make your beard appear healthier. Plus, you won’t have to deal with an oily residue feeling, since this oil isn’t as greasy as many others. Additionally, this recipe uses Jojoba Oil, which is very similar to oils in the skin, which makes Jojoba Oil a great facial moisturizer! Plus, we included another great oil that can get all the way down to the pores, olive oil pomace. This oil not only helps repair follicles, but leaves a nice shine.

Next, shea butter is wonderful for repairing hair damage, moisturizing, and promoting healthy growth. Also, we included sweet almond oil to help with any ingrown facial hairs and reducing hair loss. Plus, castor oil was added as it contains vitamin E, minerals, antibacterial properties, and anti-fungal properties. Plus, it can help reduce split ends and lead to a thicker beard, due to its conditioning strength. Further, cocoa butter is perfect for healthy facial hair as it strengthens the hair and add volume. Then, we used Lanolin to care for the skin beneath your beard  to protect against dry skin and burns. Additionally, the Gurjan Balsam Essential Oil is very beneficial for eliminating and preventing dandruff from your beard by cleansing the scalp of this dry skin. Finally, we added sesame seed oil to act as a natural sunscreen as well as prevent premature graying of hair and help darken your hair.

Beard Soap Recipe Weighing and Melting Your Soaping OilsBeard Soap Recipe Weighing and Melting Your Soaping Oils

First, you are going to prepare all of the beneficial soaping oils and butters for this hot process soaping recipe. So, you are going to tare the weight of one of your mixing bowls on the scale. Then, weigh out 272 grams of the Shea Butter, 272 grams of the Cocoa Butter Golden Natural, 163 grams of the Sweet Almond Oil, 68 grams of the Olive Oil Pomace, 68 grams of the Sesame Seed Oil, 41 grams of the Lanolin, 340 grams of the Coconut Oil 76, 68 grams of the Castor Oil, and 68 grams of the Jojoba Oil into the same bowl.

Now, you are going to melt all of your weighed soaping oils and butters. So, you will turn your crockpot on to a low setting. Then, place all of your oils and butters into this crockpot. You will heat the oils until they are all in a liquid state. You may want to stir these ingredients as they are melting to be sure the oils do not burn. While you are waiting for the oils and butters to melt, you may want to start creating your lye water mixture.

Beard Soap Recipe Creating Your Lye WaterBeard Soap Recipe Creating Your Lye Water

Next, you will be creating the lye water phase for your hot process soap recipe. You will want to do this in a well ventilated area. If you are not in a vented area, then go to one for this step. Also, make sure that you are wearing the necessary skin, safety gear. Then, separately weigh your 517 grams of the Distilled Water and your 182 grams of the Lye in two small bowls.  After, place your lye water in front of your and grab a rubber spatula. Gently stir the water as you slowly add the previously weighed amount of lye. This will create fumes, so make sure you are wearing your safety mask. Also, remember that you should never add water to the lye.

Beard Soap Recipe Mixing Your Oils and Lye SolutionBeard Soap Recipe Mixing Your Oils and Lye Solution

Now, you are going to begin combining the lye water with your melted oils in the crockpot. When combining the lye solution and oils it leads to a chemical reaction that makes soap. As you create this soap, be careful as you take your lye water and add it to your crockpot with the melted oils.

While we would normally worry about the temperatures of the oil and water phases in cold process soap, we are using hot process soap. This means that the ingredients can be combined at different temperatures as they will be heated together in the crockpot anyways. Now, stick blend the mixture as it is in the crockpot until the batter reaches trace. If you aren’t sure, trace is the point in which the soap batch begins to get a bit thicker and an almost pudding-like consistency. Typically, I will take some of the batch up in a spatula and allow it to fall as I move the spatula back and forth across the top. If there is a slight line left on top of your batter, then you are at trace. If not, keep on mixing until you can see the trace!

Beard Soap Recipe Placing the Lid on the CrockpotBeard Soap Recipe Placing the Lid on the Crockpot

After you reach trace, you can place the lid on your crockpot to allow the batch to cook. However, you won’t simply leave the batch entire unattended. But, you will want to stir your batch periodically to allow the batter to be heated evenly. Otherwise, the bottom of your batch may burn. So, not stirring could lead the soap to not form correctly.

Additionally, the time that it will take for your soap to finish could vary. Typically, it should take about an hour to finish cooking, but this depends on each individual crock pot and the exact temperature that is given on the low setting. So, you will need to determine the end point by the appearance of the soap batch as it is cooking. You will need to wait for the batter to look like mashed potatoes and the consistency will feel as thick as mashed potatoes as well. Now, you’ll be ready for the next step.

Beard Soap Recipe Adding the Essential OilBeard Soap Recipe Adding the Essential Oil

Once your soap batter takes on the appearance of mashed potatoes, it will be time to incorporate the scent. Not only does the Gurjan Balsam Essential Oil add a nice, manly scent, but this ingredient provides some benefits to your beard, which were described above. Now, weigh out 100 grams of the Gurjan Balsam Essential Oil. Then, mix this essential oil into the batter well to ensure that it is fully incorporated.

Beard Soap Recipe Placing Your Soap Batter into the MoldsBeard Soap Recipe Placing Your Soap Batter into the Molds

Next, you are going to take the finished soap batter and fill your silicone soap molds. So, retrieve your clean 4 cavity silicone soap mold and place it on the surface of your work space. Then, fill each of the mold cavities with your hot process soap batter to create four individual loaves of Beard Soap.

Also, you will want to try to eliminate any are pockets that could be created as you transfer the soap. So, lift and tap the filled molds on the table top a few times. This will help release any air bubbles that may be trapped under the surface. Then, just let your soap loaves harden and cool in a place where they won’t be moved.

BBeard Soap Recipe Finishing Up the Hot Process Soapseard Soap Recipe Finishing Up the Hot Process Soaps

Finally, you can remove your hardened soaps from their molds. While cold process soaps need to cure for a about a month, this recipe is made using the hot process soaping method. This method will speed up the curing process with heat to make sure that all of the lye has reacted with the oils and butters. Thus, the lye will not be able to cause damage to the skin. Meaning, this awesome beard soap will be ready for immediate use! After, you can cut your soap loaves into usable sized bars of beard soap. Also, the mitre box and cutter will be helpful in cutting your finished soaps. These tools make it easier to cut your loaves and keep the cuts sharp and even. Also, using these will help to cut the loaf into more evenly sized bars. Now, your hot process beard soaps are ready to use, wash, and protect your beard!

As you can tell from this blog, we only included the best oils for your beard! So, clean and care for your beard at the same time with this amazing beard soap!