Here is a look at how I made Cold Process Soap with a Marbling Soap Technique. Stick around until the end of the video for the “What I Learned” section. Scroll down for recipe and supplies.
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My techniques are for more advanced soap makers. If you have never made cold process soap, please research the basics of soap making, especially lye safely.
-Batter Bowl %2Caps%2C196&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1
-Ceramic Side Sauce Dish %2Caps%2C185&sr=8-2
-Measuring Spoons with 1/3rd, 1/8th, 1/16th of a teaspoon
-Glass Stir Rod
-XXL Heating Pad of putting through gel
-Silicone liner for 18 Bar Mold
-Wire Soap Cutter
-Detail & Clean-up Tool
-17.5 oz Total Oil Weight (10″ Silicone Loaf Mold)
-Confectioners Sugar (1 tsp PPO)
-Dist. Water (25% “Water as a percent of oil weight” in soapcalc.net)
-Lye – NaOH (6% Superfat)
-Olive Oil (35%)
-Coconut Oil (25%)
-Avocado Oil (5%):
-Castor Oil (5%)
-Sodium Lactate (1t PPO)
-Essential Oil Mixture (6% total) (75% Pink Grapefruit Fragrance Oil, and 25% Peppermint Essential Oil)
-Molten Lava Neon Pigment (I tsp PPO)
-Red Oxide (.25 tsp PPO)
-Smooth Coconut Carbon (1.5 tsp PPS) (Activated Charcoal)
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