Tutorial: Cold Process Lemongrass + Coconut Milk Soap Recipe. French Pink Clay & Silk Soap Recipe & Tutorial. Fabriquer un savon sans soude aux huiles essentielles. 19 février, 2009 par Marie-Laure Vous cherchez une recette de savon ?
La fabrication de savons peut s’avérer compliquée, délicate et même dangereuse, si l’on utilise des produits de base comme la soude. Une méthode très simple, est d’utiliser des paillettes de savon en intégrant des ingrédients simples et naturels, choisis selon son type de peau. Voici une recette pour fabriquer un savon à base de paillettes. Recette de savon Ingrédients 25cl d’eau minérale naturelle, d’eau florale ou de tisane de plantes Un bol de savon végétal – Environ 250g – en paillettes inodore (savon de Marseille, savon d’Alep, savon noir), on peut également utiliser des restes de savons préalablement râpés. 2 cuillerées à soupe d’huile végétale au choix (Amande douce, argan, noyau d’abricot, olive, avocat, monoï, coco, etc…) 20 gouttes d’huiles essentielles au choix Faire fondre le savon en paillettes au bain marie, puis ajoute l’huile végétale.
Acheter des huiles essentielles Sur le même thème. How to Make Herbal Soap: Aloe Vera Soap - Natural Health. In The Best Natural Homemade Soaps (Robert Rose, 2014), Mar Gómez offers 40 recipes for simple, luxurious soaps based on three essential ingredients: water, olive oil and caustic soda.
Gómez adds a number of natural ingredients like beeswax, cocoa butter, essential oils and herbal infusions to help you customize a soap that’s perfect for you, and each soap recipe is introduced with the history and therapeutic uses of the distinctive ingredient. The following recipe is for aloe vera soap. Aloe vera is a succulent plant of the Xanthorrhoeaceae family, which grows in the deserts of southern Africa. Aloin is extracted by squeezing the plant’s spiked cactus-type leaves. This greenish-yellow liquid is used to induce vomiting and should not be consumed. Aloe can be used as an energy food, but in that case the dermis and epidermis of the leaves must be discarded (they contain the bulk of the aloin and other irritating substances) and the pulp must be washed carefully.
I'd Lather Be Soaping: Avocado-Coconut Milk Soap. So, there I was perusing my copy of Soap Crafting, looking for inspiration, when a project called "Avocado Moisturizing Bars" caught my eye.
I've wanted to try avocado in soap for a while and this recipe sounded intriguing. I wanted a palm-free recipe, though, so I went in search of such on the interwebs. And I found this Sea Clay Avocado Facial Bar recipe on the Soap Queen blog, guest-written by Amanda from Lovin' Soap. Bingo. An avocado theme, lots of avocado oil, and no palm oil.
And then I remembered that I had bought some coconut milk a few months ago, vowing to use it in a batch of soap. Avocado plus coconut milk should equal mad luxury. So, I ended up sort of combining Amanda's recipe with Anne-Marie's technique, adding my own touches along the way. Porky Dog Soap. Lard supposedly makes a good soap for dogs (and humans too).
I was not too crazy about the idea of rendering pork fat, but since there is a pork shop (literally called The Pork Shop) near where I live, it stared at me everyday until I finally gave in. As soon as I got home, I immediately placed the 1 kilo of freshly ground pork fat in a heavy duty pot, and left it to render on a low flame. I got busy doing other things and soon forgot about it, only to return to a pot of boiling oil! Charcoal & Clay Facial Soap Recipe. Savon Au sel Himalaya (pb de peau) - LUCIEFER. The Soap Bar: Salt Soap Tutorial by Ladybug Soapworks. Note: These instructions are written for someone who has experience making soap and knows the potential dangers due to working with sodium hydroxide. 1.
A sample recipe would have 80% coconut oil and 20% liquid oils. I like to use Avocado oil and castor oil as my liquid oil components. You can play around with proportions, but generally coconut oil should be kept above 50%. You should make sure to superfat between 15-20% to ensure that the coconut does not cause the bar to become too drying. 12.8oz Coconut oil2.4oz Avocado oil0.8oz Castor oil.
Lime Margarita Cold Process Soap Recipe. 17 Soothing Soap Recipes. Blackjack Tuxedo Salt Soap Recipe + Tutorial. Grapefruit Ginger Cold Process Salt Bar Recipe. I’m a member of a Facebook group with a bunch of other soap makers, and when I first joined the group, everyone was in the middle of a salt bar soap exchange.
Salt bar? What the heck is that? Haley Maxwell Soap Making Mysteries: Hops and Lavender Soap Recipe. This is one of my favorite recipes.
It produces a hard, long-lasting bar with insanely wonderful lather—fluffy with just the right amount of creaminess. The coconut oil and palm kernel oil provide a deep cleansing but the cocoa butter, lard and olive oil keep it from drying out your skin. How to Make Salt Bars - Salt Soap Recipe. If you're looking for a way to combine the cleansing, exfoliating and detoxifying qualities of a salt bath with your handmade natural soap, you can combine them in a "salt bar.
" Salt soap bars - or salt bars as they're generally called combine the best of both natural soap and a sea salt bath. The final bar is super hard, and produces a "lotion-like" lather - creamy and low - and many people (including me) love the way they make your skin feel! You basically make them like any other cold processed soap with three big exceptions: Adjust your recipe so that it contains at least 70-80% coconut oil.
The salt counteracts the lather of the soap, so the high coconut amount is needed to make lather. Sea Salt Soap Recipe. Sea salts have many benefits for the skin.
Not only they draw toxins out of the body and reduce inflammation, but they also contain many skin nourishing minerals such as magnesium, zinc, calcium, potassium and iodine. This powerful combination of minerals will help relax the muscles and skin, while increasing blood circulation. Contrary to what many people think, salt soaps are not drying. Sea salt is great for healing skin tissue and replenishing hydration, effectively balancing moisture and releasing water retention. This is not your typical salt bar. These salt bars are a bit tricky — you have to cut them as soon as they set, often while still warm, because they will turn rock hard and crumbly, making it difficult to cut.
Auntie Clara's Gallery - Auntie Clara's Handcrafted Cosmetics. Skip to Main Content Auntie Clara’s Gallery A Soapy Photo Album.
Enjoy! Mexican Lace and How I Made A Silicone Texture Mat - Auntie Clara's Handcrafted Cosmetics. The way I store and wrap and transport soap, flat tops work very well. Adding interest to flat soap tops is a bit of a challenge and I’ve worked on several techniques for doing that. Embossing works well and one way is to line the bottom of the mould with something that makes an impression on the soap and then let the bottom become the top, as it were. For this purpose silicone fondant mats are popular among many soapers. Being silicone they’re easy to use, make a neat imprint and come in large sizes to fit large slab moulds. The downside is that they are quite pricey, around here at least, and the number of patterns available is limited.
Tutorial: Inverted Stamp Technique - Lattice Tops & More - Auntie Clara's Handcrafted Cosmetics. I’ve often been asked how the inverted stamp technique tops on my handcrafted soaps are made. A while ago I promised to write a tutorial with pictures about this so here we are. The inverted stamp technique is a method of embossing the surface of soap. When embossing soap with a stamp you force an imprint into the soap.
With the inverted stamp technique you do the opposite: you ‘pull out’ a mark on the surface of the soap – hence the name. More Re. You'll love the ease in which you can now trim your soap and to give your soap that smooth finished look and feel, simply push the bar over the blade and a thin sliver of soap will be shaved from the surface. This also removes that white 'soda ash' effect that sometimes develops on soap. You can also bevel the edges of your bars by turning the bar on its edge and passing it over the blade. The shavings left over can be placed in a dish and placed on your vanity to be used for 'single washes'.
Several colours and fragrances in the same dish can look quite attractive. The slivers. A close-up of the sliver. All Vegetable Soaps and Recipes. Texturizing Your Soap Tops. Alaiyna B. Bath and Body: Using PVC pipe as molds to create circular embedded soaps. I am always thinking of new ways to expand the artistic nature of creating handcrafted soap.
Swirls, embeds, themes, etc. make the process of creating these high quality, nourishing, great for your skin soaps all the better. Handcrafted soaps can range from unscented and uncolored which are excellent for sensitive skin to extremely ornate with beautiful scents to match. These soaps make wonderful additions to the bathroom or kitchen, unique and creative gifts and showering with them can get your day off to a great and refreshing start. Lately I have been experimenting with round soaps created in a circular column style mold then sliced into individual bars (sounds a lot like baking......). You can create some unique swirled designs as you pour the soap into the mold, but I wanted to take that to the next level by centering a circular embed within the main soap.
There are some tools and molds out there, but they are limited in size...... so PVC pipe comes to the rescue. . ~ Faith. Soap Blog: Your Questions Answered - Master Batching Soap Oils and Lye. Q – What is master batching and how do I do it? A - Master batching is simply making up a large batch of soapmaking oils and/or lye water ahead of time and using it as needed. In a large scale facility, making large batches and using the entire batch for each run is commonplace and is typically not referred to as a master batch. However, in an effort for the small soapmaker to save time to increase profit and to work more efficiently, soapmakers began mixing up their batches ahead of time.
Master batching is very simple to do. Most soapmakers prepare their batches in large buckets that will hold around 35lbs of oils. Alaiyna B. Bath and Body: Picture Tutorial of Side Embeds in Cold Process Soap. This is a simple picture tutorial of how I make one of my favorite soap designs. The sides of the bars are created first using an "In the Pot" Swirl technique and poured into a mold that has acrylic dividers to get evenly sized embed bars. I use sodium lactate (5g per lb of oils) in this formulation because it makes it much easier to remove the acrylic dividers from the soap. Homemade Bath Crayons - For A Fun and Natural Bath Time.
645 × 508 - crafthubs.com. Oil & Butter: Mango Butter Soap. Green Clay Soap. I love green clay masks. Aloe Vera Soap Recipe. Aloe Vera is the most prestigious herb used for skin care. Manor Hall Soap Blog: How It's Done: House Of Almonds. Here's a look in photos of a batch of "House of Almonds" being made. Make sure your pot of soap is at a light trace. This makes working with the raw soap much easier for playing with layers, splots, drops, or splatters.
I always have my ingredients in a see through tray or shoe box, labeled with a sticky note on the inside, and I pop my recipe sheet in there too. When making your own recipe sheet, make sure to detail all the jugs of soap you'll need, what colors, and how much to reserve for future stages as your batch of soap is built up.
Flowers on Cold Process Soap. Hot Chocolate Soap. I’m fairly certain that I tipped my hand regarding my love of beverage-inspired soaps with Latté, Gin & Tonic, and Chai Latté soaps. Surely we all knew hot chocolate soap was right around the corner. And how right we were. This lovely, dark bar looks downright edible, though it is sadly missing those teensy little marshmallows. Chocolate Hazelnut Soap. This past weekend, one of my best friends came to visit. She and I have known each other since those uncomfortable junior high days of braces, over-sized glasses and zero sense of style.
Fortunately, we survived the preteen years and have come out the other side with an awesome friendship and (hopefully) a little less adolescent awkwardness. Plusieurs re7 - Homemade Soap Recipes - Rebecca's Soap Delicatessen. DIY Handmade Foot Soap Recipe - Make Your Own Cold Process Exfoliating Foot Soap. Homemade Garden Mint Soap Recipe. Vanilla & Fig Homemade Shaving Soap Recipe. Natural Mountain Man Homemade Detox Soap Recipe. Rebecca's Best Ever Handmade Big Lick Salt Bar Soap Recipe. How to Make Handmade Soaps with an Exfoliating Strip. Cocoa Mango Soap - Bloom, Bake & CreateBloom, Bake & Create.
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