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Ginger and White Tea Fragrance Testing - Making Soap with Video

Posted on April 03, 2017 | 0 comments

Ginger and White Tea Soap Recipe

This soap recipe is based on a 1 pound (16 oz /  453.59 g) batch. Here we tested the Ginger and White Tea  fragrance from Elements Bath and Body.

 

 Please be sure to go to SoapCalc.net to run the numbers through again to be sure the numbers are accurate for this recipe (typos can happen).

Basic soap making knowledge and proper safety gear/precautions is necessary as this is not a tutorial, I am simply sharing my recipe with you and the fragrance results.

If you decide to substitute ANY of the oils or butters, you must run it through the soap calculator as this will change the amount of lye/water you will need. 

 

We have this soap superfatted at 7% (you can adjust that if you wish).  I like my lye and oils to be in the temperature range of 80-100 F. 

Ginger and white tea soap

Lard                   272.16 g  ( 9.60 oz)       (60%)

Coconut Oil      108.86 g   ( 3.84 oz )      (24%)

Shea Butter        45.36 g   ( 1.60 oz )      (10%)

Castor Oil           27.22 g   .96 oz)         ( 6 %)

These are all measured by weight

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Water            172.36 g    (6.08 oz)  

Lye/ Sodium Hydroxide    62.92g    (2.22 oz)  

These are all measured by weight

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Optional  Additives

Sodium Lactate         2 tsp

Buttermilk powder     1 tsp

Goat Milk powder      2 tsp

Kaolin Clay                1 tsp

Fragrance    1 oz  - by weight  per pound of soap (so for this recipe .5 oz - 1 oz, your preference) or leave unscented if you wish.

NOTE: If using milks in liquid form, be sure to deduct your liquid milk amount from your water amount. For ex: if your adding 1 oz of liquid milk, be sure to take 1 oz of water away from the recipe.

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Allow to cure for 4-6 weeks,  then enjoy!

Created by Rachel at BonnyBubbles.net .  You are free to use this recipe, but please have the courtesy to give appropriate credit to Bonny Bubbles if you share this recipe.

Want to watch more of our soap videos? We have numerous YouTube Videos for you here.

Our recipes are not intended to be sold, or copied for monetary benefit. 

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