The following ingredients are by weight:
11 oz Olive Oil (312 grams)
10.5 oz Coconut Oil (297.6 grams)
7 oz Rice Bran Oil (198.5 grams)
1.5 oz Shea Butter (42.5 grams)
1.5 oz Mango butter (42.5 grams)
2 oz. Breezes & Sunshine Fragrance Oil
You can use store bought aloe vera juice or make your own by pouring 1 cup of very hot water over 2 teaspoons of aloe vera leaf powder and mix well. Then, weigh out 98 grams of this solution for the recipe.
1/3 of my lye liquid amount is aloe juice with a 33% lye solution strength SF is 6.35% on soapmaker - I superfat a little higher than normal to cover the CO amount.
Other additives: 3T dried calendula petals - 2T blended into the soap batter at trace and 1T sprinkled on top. 1 tsp yellow clay - either added to the whole batch or pour off 1/3 batter and color the rest. Pour the colored layer then pour the uncolored batter on top before sprinkling with petals.
Clean & Sanitize your work area and all of your packaging materials. It is suggested that you wear gloves, protective clothing, a face mask, safety glasses, and a hair net while preparing this recipe.
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We hope you like our calendula cold process soap recipe!
This recipe provided by Tanya Chappell of
Titania's Dreamy Delights