Other Ingredients Needed:
Total Recipe Weights:
172 grams of water
64 grams of lye
68 grams of Avocado Oil
122 grams of Coconut Oil 76
27 grams of Castor Oil
127 grams of Mango Butter
54 grams of Palm Oil
54 grams of Safflower Oil
28 grams of China Rain Fragrance Oil
22 grams of Sodium Lactate
Soap Colorant Weights:
7 grams of Titanium Dioxide
8 grams of FUN Soap Colorant- Kelly Green
If this is the first time you are making cp soap, please read: Basic CP Soap Making Class and Soap Making Safety Class.
Prep your work area and place your safety gear on. Next, carefully make your lye solution. Then, weigh out and combine your soaping oils and butters in a separate bowl. Melt. When the ingredients are melted, separate out 15 grams. Add your titanium dioxide to this amount, and stir well to make a white liquid like paste.
When the lye solution has cooled, add the sodium lactate. Using your spatula, stir to incorporate.
When both the lye solution and soaping ingredients are ready, combine them together. Stick blend them for emulsion. Next, add the fragrance oil to the soap batter, and stick blend to incorporate.
Now, get another mixing bowl. To this bowl, add the kelly green fun soap colorant. Then, place 300 grams of soap batter into this bowl. Stir this bowl well with a spoon to incorporate the color. Set aside.
Get Ready to Move! To the remaining uncolored soap batter, add the white liquid like paste. Stick blend well to incorporate. Once your batter is completely white, drop several "plops" of the kelly green soap into it in a clockwise like manner.
Once all of the green soap batter is gone, place your spatula into the soap batter bowl and aim your spatula through the center of each green spot. Swirl it one time throughout the whole bowl. When you are finished, directly pick up your spatula to remove it.
Next, carefully pour the soap batter into the mold. You will want to do this slowly, and while pouring move back and forth throughout the whole length of the mold. When the mold has been filled, wait a few minutes for the soap to harden enough to heap the top. Then, with the remaining soap batter, do so. Finally, insulate.
After 24 hours, remove the soap from the mold. Then, using a knife, slice the soap bars. Allow them to further cure before using.
We hope that you enjoy our Refreshing Cold Process Soap Recipe!
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