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The Secret to the Absolutely Best Soap Recipe. How to Re-size a Cold Process Soap Recipe. I’ve had several people request a smaller sized cold process recipe for some of my most popular homemade soap recipes. However, as when I started making many of these specific soap recipes I had created, I always made larger batches to keep up with the demand from where I was selling at my local farmer’s market as well as Etsy. I’d never considered having to re-size a batch of cold process soap before. However, the solution is pretty simple.

Bramble Berry’s lye calculator includes a tool that allows you to re-size any batch of soap. Simply plug in the existing recipe, choose the superfatting level and hit calculate. Then below the current batch label, simply choose re-size batch and enter in the size of batch you want to create! Pictured above is screen shot of the results from plugging in my Best Ever Big Lick Salt Bar Soap Recipe. As each one of my molds can hold a recipe with 36 oz. of oil, I plugged in 36 oz. under “resize batch” and then submitted the new information. . Acrobulles : un forum savonnier pour faire son savon maison! :: calcul de la quantité de pâte à savon pour un contenant. C'est une technique de dragon joli m'a été fort utile quand j'ai acheté des petits moules a cake étant donné que j'ai des idées savonnesques j'avais besoin de ce calcul pour un moule fait a partir du carton des sucres morceaux que je vais renforcer parce qu'il est un peu trop fin.donc déjà la formule Largeur du moule (cm) x longueur du moule (cm) x hauteur du moule (ou hauteur désirée du savon, en cm) x 0.657 = grammes d'huiles de base à utiliser en simple ça donne l* L* H* 0.657= la quantité d'huile que l'on doit utiliser et ça c'est valable pour tout les moules sauf les ronds si quelqu'un a une idée je suis preneuse parce qu'avec vos moules rond transparent vous m'avez donné envie d'en faire par contre je sais qu'il y a une question de volume mais comme je suis nulle justement en calcul ben je vous demande parce que j'ai pas trouvé sur le net ou alors j'ai rien compris juste pour quelques colorants et un peu de matière 1 ère.

Comment calculer la quantité de savon brut nécessaire pour un moule - Beauté et santé. En tant que savonnier, vous utiliserez probablement une variété de moules, dans différentes tailles et formes. Certains moules seront achetés et quand vous les acheter le fabricant inclura des informations sur le volume de la moisissure, mais pour les autres moules comme des boîtes à chaussures et les moisissures de la main, vous aurez besoin d'apprendre à calculer cette information pour vous-même. Le volume d'un moule est simplement une mesure de longueur x largeur x hauteur. Savonnières devront également envisager comment ils traitera le savon. Si le design nécessite de diviser le savon dans plusieurs bols ou à l'aide de certaines techniques, alors il y aura plus de déchets et de savon supplémentaire sera requises.

À l'inverse, s'il y a des objets incorporés à ajouter pour le savon, il y aura moins besoin de savon. Voici les instructions étape par étape sur comment choisir votre moule et calculer la bonne quantité de savon pour le remplir. 1. 2. 3. 4. Calcul nécessite 30oz d'huiles. I'd Lather Be Soaping: Resizing and Converting Soap Recipes. Have you ever seen a soap recipe that makes much more soap than you need and you want to scale it down and aren't sure how? Or have you seen a recipe expressed in percentages and wondered what that means and how to translate it into ounces or grams? A few weeks ago, a reader asked me how to do those very things, and it got me thinking about writing a blog post dedicated to those questions. Percentages and conversions can be confusing, especially in the beginning. Different soapmakers may do different things, but here is how I convert recipes into something I can use. First of all, it's important to know how much soap your mold will hold.

And what if you aren't sure how much soap your mold holds? One thing you can do is fill your mold with water and weigh the water. Of course, the water method works better with some molds than others. L x W x H x 0.4 For example, my three-pound wooden mold has the following dimensions: 10 inches in length, 3.5 inches in width, and 2.75 inches in height. How to Calculate the Volume of a Soap Mold. 2.

Round or Tube Molds For round or tube molds, you calculate the volume a little differently. You multiply pi by the radius of the circle squared - and multiply that by the height of the mold. It's not as hard as it sounds. The radius is 1/2 of the total width of the tube. For a 3" tube, the radius is going to be 1.5". Pi is generally calculated at 3.14. So...for a 3" PVC tube mold that is 6" high, the calculation is: Pi X radius X radius X height That calculation will give you the volume, which you then multiply by .40 to get the amount of oils needed.

Creating a Soap Recipe From Scratch - DIY Soap Making. You are probably familiar with recipes that call for one cup of this, two tablespoons of that and so forth. You mix it up and pour it into a standard pan and cook it. You may double or halve the recipe at some point, but the recipes are otherwise pretty standard. However, in soap making, the first major difference is that everything is weighed...even the water. This ensures that you're using the right amounts of every ingredient.

But let's say that you have a recipe that you like...and it says "6 oz. of this and 2 oz. of that. " This is useful for a couple of reasons: It allows you to easily adjust the recipe to any size mold It allows you to easily adjust the proportions of the various oils in your recipe to affect the quality of the soap. For example, let’s say you have a recipe that makes two pounds of soap. So, first let’s convert a recipe from measurements to percentages.We’ll start with a simple recipe-(Remember we're weighing everything, not using liquid measures.) 12 oz.

Circle Swirled Soap in Column Mold - Soap Queen. Difficulty: Intermediate Time: 45 minutes Yields: about 12 bars Today we’re launching our latest mold (drum roll), the Heavy Duty Column mold! To celebrate it’s debut, I’ve got a fun and fabulous tutorial that is a twist on the Faux Funnel Pour technique. This is a great recipe for an alternative to Olive Oil, for those late night soaping adventures where you realize you’re just short of an ingredient and it’s too late to hit up the store (anyone else been there?

Anyone?). Using contrasting colors in unexpected hues and a bright and fresh fragrance oil blend, I’m hoping you like this recipe as much as I do. 10.5 oz Coconut Oil 10.5 oz Palm Oil 7 oz Rice Bran Oil 7 oz Sesame Oil 5 oz Sodium Hydroxide (Lye) 11.6 oz Distilled Water 0.5 teaspoons Aqua Pearl Mica 1 teaspoon Tangerine Wow! 1 teaspoon Titanium Dioxide 2 tablespoons Sweet Almond Oil (or any liquid oil) 1.1 oz. 1.3 oz. Heavy Duty Column Mold with End Cap and Liner Buy everything you need for this project with the click of a button! DIY Homemade Chamomile & Neroli Beer Soap Recipe.

If you’ve never made cold process soap before, I very highly recommend not making this soap until you have a little experience under your belt. (To learn how to make homemade cold process soap from scratch go here.) Beer can be tricky. And I know because years ago, when attempting to make homemade cold process beer soap for the first time, I had a minor disaster. I did like everyone said and let my beer go flat. However, I’m not sure it was really flat enough. That and lye just reacts differently to beer than it does with water regardless if it’s still carbonated or not.

So I started pouring my lye into the beer, a little at a time, mixed it,and poured a little more. Hopefully someone will learn from my mistakes and be able to avoid something like what I experienced all together. I scented this homemade beer soap with neroli and chamomile. Homemade Chamomile & Neroli Beer Soap Recipe © Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen Ingredients: 12 fluid oz. Instructions: Roman Holiday: Olive Oil + Castile Soap tutorial - Soap Queen. Continuing our emphasis on all things Rome (you won’t believe the adorable Vespa soap roaring up and the awesome CP mosaic soap on tap), this blog focuses on simple and easy.

After all, what did the earliest soapers use to soap with? Animal fats and olive oil were the two common oils. The name ‘soap’ comes from the popular myth of Mount Sapo, said to be located in Rome and olive oil is abundance in many Mediterranean countries, including Italy. The Lazio region surrounding the capital is particularly well known for its exceptional olive oil. It’s not just for cooking! Olive oil is a staple ingredient in many soaping recipes. It’s also one of the few oils that is popular to use at 100% in soap recipes! Bramble Berry carries two different types of olive oil: Pure and Pomace. Since olive oil is pressed from real olives, the color of the oil can vary due to crop variations and where the oil is from. Traditionally, Castile soap is made with 100% Olive Oil.

Quick and Easy Castile Soap 38 oz. Arctida’s creations: Tutorial - How to Make Homemade Cold Process Lavender Soap with Shea Butter. I’ve been promising to post a recipe of homemade soap, so here is my own recipe of handmade cold process soap scented with Lavender and Patchouli 100% essential oils, which is especially good for dry skin. Equipment:· 2 mixing bowls, preferably stainless steel or tempered glass · A cake mixer or a blender. · A thermometer, scale and a rubber spatula · Several measuring cups and spoons · A microwave or a stove top (clean is good, sterile not necessary) · Container/mold with cover · Lots of paper towels · Rubber gloves and safety glasses Ingridients: Olive Oil ~ 7.9 oz (225 g) Coconut Oil ~ 4.4 oz (125 g) Rice Bran Oil ~ 1.8 oz (50 g) Cocoa Butter ~ 1.8 oz (50 g) Shea Butter ~ 1.8 oz (50 g) Alkanet root powder 1 ¼ tbs Lye (3% superfatted) ~ 2.51 oz (71.2 g) Water ~ 5.3 oz (150 g) Additives: Jojoba Oil ~ 0.53 oz (15 g) Lavender and Patchouli essential oils ~ 0.4 oz (12 g) Directions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Insecticidal Soap Recipe. As summer approaches and we all start having to deal with bugs. Do you want to know what to use for your very own insecticidal soap recipe? Citronella and lavender soaps have very good insect repelling properties and very good stay power even though they are in a wash off product like a soap. Lavender EO is characterized by a camphor content upward of 8%. Camphor is the sharp, ‘mothball’ element of the fragrance – not desirable for perfumery, but not necessarily bad in soap. Basic Insecticidal Soap Recipe with Citronella and Lavender Fragrant soaps often attract annoying bugs.

Melt tallow and vegetable oil. Stir lye into cold water until dissolved and set aside to cool. Grease molds liberally with petroleum jelly. When lye and fat are lukewarm, pour lye into fat slowly, stirring constantly. Pour into molds. Yeild: 1 & 1/2 lbs. hard bar soap This insecticidal soap recipe is great for those warm summer nights and when you go camping. Other Insect-Repelling Essential Oils You Can Use Geraniol. Floral Soap. This soap is loaded with the healing properties of flower petal oils: essential, infused and fixed — perfect for extra sensitive and dry skins. It’s scented with a delicate, feminine blend of jasmine and rose. The original recipe was from Snow Drift Farm (sadly no longer online), although I did quite a few modifications.

I replaced palm oil with babassu oil, carnauba wax with shea butter, removed stereac acid and rebalanced the numbers a bit. Evening Primrose oil contains a high concentration of a fatty acid called GLA, which (in conjunction with other nutrients in this oil) are essential for cell structure and improve the elasticity of the skin. (evening primrose photo © Nicole Castle) Rosehip oil is a naturally rich source of essential fatty acids, vitamins and antioxidants that are essential for skin health.

(rose hip photo © Takashi .M) For a small 1 pound test batch at 5% supefat, absolute numbers would be: Follow standard soap making procedures. Tea Tree Soap Recipe. Tea tree oil comes from the leaves of the Melaleuca alternifolia, a shrubby tree native to Australia and New Zealand. It has been used for over 100 years in all kinds of natural products because of its many medicinal properties. Tea tree oil is antiseptic, anti-fungal and antibacterial, which makes it great for people with acne, oily skin, poison ivy, psoriasis, and other skin conditions.

Tea Tree Soap Recipe This recipe combines gentle, nurturing oils — from olives, coconut, almonds and avocado — with the healing properties of tea tree. The result is a gentle, cleansing and conditioning bar that will help regulate excess sebum and soothe acne and rashes. Run the recipe through a lye calculator to find out exactly how much oils, lye and water you’ll need for a given amount of soap. 7.2 oz olive oil4.8 oz coconut oil2.08 oz sweet almond oil1.92 oz avocado oil6.08 oz water2.27 oz lye0.7 oz tea tree EO Use tea tree oil at .5 to 1 oz PPO (per pound of oils) depending on how strong you like it.

Indigo Antiseptic Soap. This is a natural antiseptic soap with lavender and peppermint essential oil. The rich blue color is obtained with natural indigo powder. True indigo is a natural dye that has been used by ancient civilisations in Egypt, India, Mesopotamia and Asia. Indigo is a potent extract obtained from a variety of different plants from tropical and subtropical regions, and is said to have many healing properties. Native Americans used it for healing wounds, since it helps inhibit the growth of microorganisms.

Its natural antiseptic properties will not only help heal sores and small lesions, but it also has curing properties towards psoriasis, rashes, mouth sores and eczema. Both the recipe and photo on this page were submitted by Slandha, from Srann Handcrafted Soap (www.srann.co). Use standard cold process procedures. In case you prefer to make a larger (or smaller) batch, I converted the recipe to percentages. PPO = per pound of oils. May Chang and Loofah Bar. For more soap stories, recipes, ideas, photos and my Soap Store, please visit my website: www.HerbAndFlowerSoapCo.com. I wanted to highlight a special bar that I had a ton of fun working with recently. The recipe is top notch – with bubbly, light lather, and a crisp, energizing scent courtesy of May Chang (Litsea Cubeba).

It should be noted that every time I say Litsea Cubeba, I get glazed looks all around from my clients, but say May Chang and knowing nods and smiles happen. So I’ve chosen to use May Chang as the scent identifier. At the end of Winter I had the brilliant thought that I wanted to grow Loofah’s and harvest them for use in my soaps. Either as embeds or as somethings to sell alongside my soap at the Farmer’s Market. Well. So, never to be deterred, I bought some loofah online through a seller in Texas (now THAT’S where to grow Loofah!) It should be noted that this recipe was calculated specifically for a mold that was actually a box. For OUNCES: For GRAMS (I work in grams): Castile Soap Recipe.

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