& Equipment You'll Need:
Hand Held Mixer
Deep Mixing Bowl
454 grams of Whipped Soap Base
466 grams of Brown Sugar
46 grams of Sweet Potato and
Brown Sugar Fragrance Oil
12 drops of Fun Soap
Colorant Orange Oxide
14 drops of Fun Soap Colorant Brown Oxide
Clean & Sanitize your work area and all of your
packaging materials. It is suggested that you wear gloves, protective clothing,
and a hair net while preparing this recipe.
Step 1: Using your scale, weigh out your Whipped Soap Base and
place it into your
mixing bowl. Set aside.
In a separate bowl,
weigh out your brown
sugar. Break up any clumps.
3: Next, using your hand
held mixer, start to whip the whipped soap base.
You will notice the base will start to appear
like whipped frosting; when you have
reached this point, turn off the mixer and add the brown sugar to the whipped soap base.
Step 4: Using a spatula, begin to fold
the brown sugar into the whipped soap base. You want to thoroughly mix this to incorporate it well.
5: Next, add 46 grams of fragrance oil. Then, and 12 drops Orange Oxide
and 14 drops Brown Oxide Fun Soap Colorants. Using your spatula,
fold the fragrance oil and soap colorant into the mixture. Make sure you clean the sides of the bowl
with a spatula.
Step 6: Start whipping the mixture again. Make sure the mixture
is well blended. When the mixture begins to look like whipped frosting
again, stop beating. Set the bowl aside and allow it to set up for
at least 5 minutes.
7: Finally, using a
spoon scoop the bath
whip into your 4 oz clear PET
jars and lid.
Your sweet potato and
brown sugar bath whip is now
ready to use! Enjoy!
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