How to Make Gentle Oatmeal Soap for Babies

How to Make Gentle Oatmeal Soap for Babies

This natural soap is made with colloidal oatmeal, chamomile and bentonite clay. It’s extremely gentle, making it perfect for babies or those with sensitive skin. This cold process project is great for beginners!

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14.5 oz. Olive Oil Pomace
2 Tbs. Chamomile Herb & Sealable Tea Bag

Silicone Cupcake Mold
Stork & Baby Acrylic Stamp
13.8 oz. Olive Oil Pomace (infused)
0.8 oz. Shea Butter
0.5 oz. Castor Oil
1.9 oz. Sodium Hydroxide Lye
4.3 oz. Distilled Water (plus 4 Tbs. to disperse bentonite clay)
1 tsp. Sodium Lactate (optional)
2 tsp. Bentonite Clay
2 Tbs. Colloidal Oatmeal

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