Total Recipe Weights:
259 grams Water
94 grams Lye
42 grams Sodium
Lactate (added to the cooled lye solution)
170 grams Coconut Oil
170 grams Palm Oil
54 grams Castor
34 grams Lanolin Oil
82 grams Apricot Kernel
102 grams Olive Oil Pomace
68 grams Shea
14 grams Bentonite Clay Powder
42 grams Black Code Type
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
Here For Basic CP Soap Making Class. Also, before attempting to make any cold process soap,
please become familiar with Soap
Making Safety Class.
Note: The Sodium Lactate is added to the lye solution once it
For this recipe, you will
want to add the Bentonite Clay Powder to the
soap batter when it is at emulsion.
Then, stick blend to incorporate.
You will have to use a spatula to scrap the walls of the mixing bowl to
ensure all of the Bentonite clay is incorporated
for a smooth finish in your soaps. When
the soap is at trace and you are ready to pour, simply fill the basic circles. Then, carefully tap the mold to release any
air bubbles. Next, heap the tops of
the mold with the remaining batter.
24 hours. (You may have to stick the
molds in the freezer before popping the soaps out.) Once the soap has cured, place one circle
into each 8oz low profile jar and lid.
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