IMPORTANT : BEFORE MAKING BIG BATCHES OF PRODUCTS ALWAYS MAKE SMALL TEST BATCHES FIRST. THE RECIPES AND FORMULATIONS ARE GUIDELINES. RESULTS CAN VARY WITH ADDITIVES, SKILL LEVEL, CLIMATE, INCORRECT MEASURING.
MAKING LIQUID SOAP – TIP – ALWAYS DISSOLVE SALT IN SMALL INCREMENTS AND ENSURE THE SALT IS FULLY DISSOLVED BEFORE ADDING MORE.
Shampoos, liquid hand soaps, body wash, face wash
Start up formulation:
Lauryl glucoside 10%
Dehyton 16.7 %
Lamesoft 3% (optional) viscosity booster – You can increase the % of this for a thicker viscosity.
Hydrolysed wheat protein (optional) nice additional ingredient for shampoos
Balance – Deionised water
Mix ingredients together at room temperature in order.
Tip: If you want your product thicker without adding more viscosity booster you can use less water.
Water soluble Bath Oil
80% Technical oil
20% laureth 4
Add both ingredients together . Shake well. Add fragrance or essential oil.
Cold Process Soap Recipes
Most of my cold process Soap recipes make approximately 1 kg Soap.
Cold Process Soap Recipes
Lip Balm Recipe
Lip Gloss Recipe
Fizz Ball Recipe
Solid Bubble Bath Recipe
Bath Salt Recipe
Foaming Bath Crystals Recipe
Body scrub Recipe
Face Mask Recipes
EASY HAND AND BODY LOTION RECIPE – BASIC
Makes approx 2.0 Litres
90g Emulsifying wax
150g White petroleum jelly
100ml vitamin e oil
1.8 Litres Water hot deionised water
Melt all Phase A ingredients together in a stainless steel pot GENTLY over the stove .
Add to Hot water, and commencing blending. Blend every 15 minutes for 2 minutes until cooled.
Optional – add preservative
Optional add fragrance / water soluble dye
Fun with Soap
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