things you will need:
Total Recipe Weights:
Silicone Mixing Spoon
689 grams of water
234 grams of lye
1814 grams of Olive Oil Pomace
113 grams of OMG Olive Fragrance Oil
21 grams of Sodium Lactate
12 grams of Spirulina Powder
10 grams Fun Soap Colorant- Kelly Green
Note: If this is the first time you are ever attempting the process of making
soap, please review this
class to familiarize
yourself with this
Step 1: Sanitize your
work area and put on your
Step 2: Turn your Crock pot
on a low heat setting. Then, weigh out
and place the olive oil into it.
Step 3: Next, weigh out your
lye and water and take these items to a well ventilated area.
Step 4: Now, slowly add small amounts of lye to the water. Stir in between each addition of lye to the
water. Continue this until all of the
lye is in the water, has been stirred, and is dissolved. Then, add your sodium lactate to the lye
water. Stir to incorporate.
Step 5: Next, slowly add the lye mixture to the crock pot. Then, get your stick blender and blend to emulsify. Then, add your Kelly Green Fun Soap
Colorant. Stick blend to
Step 6: Once the soap batter is at trace
(where you are able to draw a line with soap batter that remains on the top of
the mixture), place the lid on the crock pot.
Step 7: Allow about 10-15 minutes to pass, then stir your soap batter with a
spatula. You do not want to scorch your
soap. Now, add the spirulina powder and
stir. Then, keep stirring
Step 8: As you check the batter and stir, you will notice the soap will take on
a waxy look. This is the soap drying
out. Make sure you use your spatula to
clean the sides of the crock pot and mix this soap in with the rest of the
Step 9: After about 2 hours you notice the soap looks like mashed
potatoes. Now, get your mold and place
it by the crock pot.
Step 10: Next, place your OMG Olive
fragrance oil into the soap mixture.
Using your spatula, quickly stir the scent in.
Step 11: Using a scooping manner, fill your pound loaf
Step 12: When all the cavities of the mold are filled, tap your mold on the
counter top to release any air bubbles that may be trapped in your soap
Step 13: Insulate your soap. Once the
soap is covered, let it set undisturbed for 12 hours.
Step 14: Finally, remove your soap from the mold. Next, cut the soap loaf using your mitre cutter or knife.
It is now ready to use! However, if you are seeking harder bars of soap, allow
the soap to cure longer.
We hope that you
enjoy our Castile Hot Process Soap Recipe.
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