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Savon du mois : Huile de Baies de Laurier J’avoue que cela fait bien longtemps que je n’ai pas fait de savon du mois. Manque de temps et de place aussi, mais bon faut il dire aussi qu’après avoir testé 31 huiles différentes, je commençais un peu à saturer. Mais quand j’ai reçu une nouvelle huile, que je n’avais encore jamais testé dans un savon, la tentation fut trop grande. Impossible de résister à l’appel du savon du mois, en ayant dans mes mains, la merveilleuse huile de Baies de Laurier. Enfin quand je dis merveilleuse, j’entends par ces propriétés incroyables en cosmétiques, parce que son parfum pouahhhh, j’ai encore beaucoup de mal à m’y faire ! Enfin tout est une question de goût, c’est très subjectif et son parfum plait à bon nombre de personnes. Niveau cosmétique rien à redire, cette huile quasi miraculeuse à des vertus qui ne sont plus à prouver. Savon du mois : 100% huile de Baies de Laurier Date : 15 Novembre 2011 Heure : 12h00 Voici la couleur de la pâte juste après l’apparition de la trace :

Distilled Water and Soap Making You're probably curious as to why I would recommend using distilled water. The soap making process works best with water that is soft and doesn't contain excess minerals or other impurities. If you have soft water or have access to some, use it! For years I used the soft well water from my Mother's house. I just put it through a Britta filter and it worked great. You can tell that your water is soft if you feel like the soap doesn't rinse off when you wash. Want something a little bit different? Add the lye to the reduced amount of water and cool to about 90 degrees F. or 32 degrees C. Many other liquids can be used in place of water as well.

Make Cold Process Soap - How to Make Homemade Soap - Soap Making From Scratch How to Make Soap - Prepare Your Soap Making Workspace, Ingredients, & Lye The Ingredients and Tools for this Batch of Soap David Fisher So you want to make soap at home - but aren't quite sure where to start. The most basic way of making soap from scratch is called "cold process" - because no heat is added to the soap during the process other than what is needed to melt the oils. The first thing you'll need to start making soap is a recipe. Next, assemble all of your equipment, materials and ingredients, your recipe, and organize your workspace. Because it takes time to cool, make your lye solution first, and set it aside in a safe place.

Nathalie Chausseau [tweetbutton][wpfblike] Suite à des demandes répétées de lectrices… J’ai monté un roman-photo décrivant les étapes de la fabrication d’un savon de base, le savon de Castille, équivalent ”américanisé” du savon de Marseille artisanal, effectué avec le procédé à chaud en utilisant la mijoteuse ou encore le crockpot! Plus bas, vous trouverez la recette avec les ingrédients. J’espère en inspirer plus d’un-e à se lancer dans la fabrication du savon, car c’est une activité non seulement passionnante, mais de plus… totalement zen. C’est le moment présent dans toute sa plénitude! surgraissage à 5% 700 g d’Huile d’Olive 285 g de Beurre de Noix de Coco (pour que ça mousse plus) 15 g d’Acide Stéarique (pour que le savon soit plus dur) 142 g d’Hydroxyde de Sodium 335 ml d’Eau (distillée ou pas) NB: Lire l’avis à propos de la fabrication du savon maison

Soap Making Oils - Oils for Making Soap - Qualities of Soapmaking Oils - Oils for Soap Recipes Grapeseed Oil Grapeseed oil is a lightweight, moisturizing oil that is a good additive to soap in small quantities. It doesn't have a long shelf life, so unless you treat it with rosemary oleoresin extract, or have a very low superfat percentage, don't use it more than about 5% in your recipe. Grapeseed oil is lovely in lotions, shaving oils, bath oils, and especially massage oils as it absorbs well without a really greasy afterfeeling. Hazelnut Oil Hazelnut oil is an excellent moisturizer in lotions and creams, but has a short shelf life (3-4 months). Hemp Seed Oil Hemp seed oil is a deep, green color with a light, nutty smell. Jojoba Oil Jojoba is actually a liquid wax that is very similar to sebum in its chemical composition. Kukui Nut Oil A rich, liquid nut oil that's native to Hawaii, kukui nut oil contributes to a nice, creamy stable lather in the soap, and is nicely moisturizing. Lard Macadamia Nut Oil Macadamia nut oil is a light oil with a mild nutty odor. Neem Oil Olive Oil, Pomace

Making homemade castile soap A guide to making your own castile soap at home, which is a commonly-made gentle lye soap. Photo Credit: Stacey Walker By John Casteele Using natural or homemade soap is a trend that has seen an enormous popularity in recent years; it's a great way to know exactly what you're putting on your body as well as keeping old traditions alive. One of the more popular forms of homemade soap is Castile soap, a gentle lye soap that's named after a region in Spain (it's country of origin.) Castile soap is perhaps one of the gentlest soaps to date, a fact that makes it the choice of many mothers when choosing a first soap for their babies. To make your own Castile soap, you'll need the following: 2 lbs. 100% pure olive oil 2 oz. beeswax pearls 4-5 oz. lye crystals (available at most hobby and department stores) 10-12 oz. distilled water 2 oz. scented oil (herbal essential oils work best) Food coloring (a color to match the scent of the oil is recommended) © Copyright 2009.

Pas à pas du savon transparent Voici mon pas à pas pour faire votre savon transparent. C’ est merveilleux de voir la "chose" se faire sous nos yeux. J’ ai suivi celui d’ une de nos spécialistes en la matière: la merveilleuse Bichon , La pépite d’or (archives 20 novembre 2006) J’ai suivi sa recette tel quel et son pas à pas et tout c est merveilleusement bien passé!!!! Sa recette de base: 94g de glycérine 102 de sucre 78g d’ eau 232g d’éthanol 138g d’huile de coco 138g d’huile de palme 117g d’huile de ricin 72g de NAOH 153g d’eau On prépare et pèse nos ingrédients tous dans des bols ou autre séparément … la préparation de soude les huiles un bol avec l’ethanol (alcool 90% peut très bien faire l’ affaire, perso j’avais de l’ethanol donc c’est ce que j’ai utilisé)un bol avec le sucre bien dissout dans sa portion d’eaufragrance et colorants(facultatif) ….. j’ai mis Clean coton de chez ND, une de leur nouvelle fragrance et pas de colorant du tout. ensuite on ajoute la glycérine et on l’ incorpore bien On mets en moule rapidement.

Homemade Laundry Detergent Making your own homemade laundry detergent can be a great way to save on an ongoing basis. Here’s recipe that a HBHW reader submitted. Be sure to also read through the comments section below. We have quite a bit of good discussion on the topic going on and there are many questions that came up and have been answered below. What you need: All ingredients can be found at your local grocery store in the laundry isle. 1 bar of Fels Naptha soap, shaved4 cups of hot water to melt the soap3 gallons of hot water1 cup of borax2 cups of washing soda1 cup of baking soda1 large Rubbermaid container about 4-5 gallons size Here’s what you do: Grate the soap into a saucepan. Add 4 cups of hot water to the pan. Add borax, washing soda and baking soda to the hot water. Add 3 gallons of hot water to the large container. Further Reading – Keeping It Clean This is a 3 ebook series that will help you spend less time and money on your laundry. Grab your copy today at

Soap Making Oils - Base Oils for Making Handmade Soap The variety of soap making oils available today is literally mind boggling! Deciding what types of oils to add to your soap making supplies inventory can be a very difficult task. Before you even start, you need to decide what it is you want from your soap. Or maybe lather means nothing to you and you're more concerned with making a soap that is super gentle for sensitive skin. Once you've decided what you want from your soap, you can start to pick out the soap making oils that will achieve the effect you are looking for. I've included a good sized list of oils below that are often used in soap making. Formulating a Recipe You've decided what you want your soap to be like, you've researched the oils and choose some to use but now you're stuck. How the heck are you supposed to figure out how to put it all together? When I'm creating a new recipe, I start with my Basic Homemade Soap recipe which contains 30% Coconut Oil, 40% Olive Oil and 30% Palm Oil. One thing to remember. Condition Me.

Alep | Rue du Savon J’aime relevé des défis, c’est comme ça, mais certain défi reste parfois inaccessible et m’empêche de trouver le sommeil, je m’en vais vous les raconter : - Le savon d’alep maison Le plus célèbre savon de l’antiquité est constitué d’huile d’olive et d’huile de baie de laurier, c’est une merveille pour la peau, c’est pour moi le roi des savons, et je me suis mis en tête d’en fabriquer mais voila l’huile de baie de laurier est difficile à trouver. - Le savon liquide Le savon liquide si commun et pourtant si inaccessible. - Le savon transparent Le savon transparent divise, tout d’abord parce que faire du savon transparent n’est pas très écolo. Finalement la saponification à froid, c’est facile, les savons sont tops, alors pourquoi ce compliquer la vie ? 10 Homemade Laundry Soap Detergent Recipes Here is a nice stack of different recipes for making homemade laundry detergent that I’ve collected over the years. Do they work? Yes, I’ve had good luck with them. Making your own is a discipline and it’s not for everyone, but it definitely saves money–sometimes just costing pennies a load! For the bar soaps required in the recipes, you could try Fels-Naptha, Ivory, Sunlight, Kirk’s Hardwater Castile, and Zote. Here are ten different recipes you can try, I’ve also added a very useful Frequently Asked Questions section at the bottom of the page. 1 quart Water (boiling) 2 cups Bar soap (grated) 2 cups Borax 2 cups Washing Soda Add finely grated bar soap to the boiling water and stir until soap is melted. Hot water 1 cup Washing Soda 1/2 cup Borax 1 Soap bar Grate the bar and add to a large saucepan with hot water. Hot water 1/2 cup Washing Soda 1/2 cup Borax 1/3 bar Soap (grated) In a large pot, heat 3 pints of water. Powdered – Recipe #4 Melt grated bar in saucepan with water to cover.

Homemade Body Wash - Keep Scary Out Of Your Shower - To Be A Farmer - Little Seed Farm Our Homemade Lavender-Lemongrass Body WashWhat do you put on your body every day? By the time I’ve finished my morning routine I’ve used shampoo, conditioner, body wash, face wash, toner, moisturizer and sunscreen for my face, and lotion for my body. Somehow, it took me close to a year before I started wondering what the heck was actually in those bottles in my shower. Isn't it odd that we’ve become so conscious of what we put inside our bodies, and somehow managed not to give any thought about what we were putting on them? All of that changed a few weeks ago when a friend recommended The Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep Database which rates products according to the chemicals they contain and how harmful they are. I searched the items in my bathroom and found that all of them except for what I put on my face (Alba Botanica and Kiss My Face) had a moderate to high hazard score. Scrapple and I have been using it for about 2 weeks now and will never go back! Give it a try! 1. 2.

Formation réglementation cosmétique et bonnes pratiques de fabrication Dates et durée : Dates 2014 : du 9 au 10 juin ou du 13 au 14 juillet ou du 10 au 11 novembre Dates 2015 : du 23 au 24 mars ou du 8 au 9 juin ou du 12 au 13 juillet ou du 9 au 10 novembre Durée : 16 heures de cours Objectifs : Dans le développement d'un laboratoire de cosmétique ou de savonnerie artisanale, le plus grand frein, semble toujours être la réglementation, ses contraintes et les coûts qui lui sont liés. Ce que nous vous proposons, c'est de vous guider dans ce parcours et de décoder la législation cosmétique pour l'adapter à la dimension de votre projet. Connaître la réglementation européenne des cosmétiques (règlement CE 1223/2009)Être capable d'adapter le projet de savonnerie ou de laboratoire de cosmétique à la réglementationÊtre capable d'appliquer la réglementation cosmétiqueEtre capable de mettre en place les BPF (bonnes pratiques de fabrications cosmétiques)Être capable de constituer le dossier d'information produit ou DIP Méthodes pédagogiques : Programme Public Tarif 2014

Try our Soap Recipes for Making Homemade Soap and easy, no-fail Recipes. HAND-MILLED SOAP MAKING RECIPES for SAGE SOAP Photo by Malene Thyssen Here is a soap that you can rebatch, call your own and here you are making soap without using lye or caustic soda. Grate 2 cups of your chosen store-bought white soap, or your homemade Castile soap Place grated soap in a heat-resistant glass bowl Add 1/4 cup of water Take a pot of water simmer over a low heat. Remove from heat and add 1/4 cup rubbed sage. Take a suitable mold, such as an ice cream box, which as been pre-smeared in a thin coating of petroleum jelly to ensure that your soap will be released easily. Pour your soap into the mold and place in fridge to set. Once set remove from fridge and release from mold. Once your soap is dry, cut up your bars accordingly and wrap as desired. This is a basic homemade soap recipe that you can then use to substitute sage for oatmeal, add a teaspoon of saffron or paprika for coloring etc. HAND-MILLED SOAP MAKING RECIPES for OATMEAL and HONEY SOAP Grate the soap. 20 oz coconut oil

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