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Face Scrub With Liquid Soap - Day 1

I wanted to make a face scrub that would be perfect for cleansing and exfoliating the face. I could have used one of our bases but I wanted to dip my toes into the world of Liquid Soap. I have seen a lot of people make their soap using the Hot Process method but I wasn’t feeling ready for a complete revamping of my soaping style. Today we will be making a liquid soap using the cold process method so we can prepare for this scrub. Come join me!

I chose some oils to create some lather. I wanted the base to have some lather when you rub it into the skin. These are some of my favorite types of face scrubs. One of the first oils I chose for this soap base was coconut oil. Coconut oil is a wonderful oil to have in your soaping cupboard and mine in the blog kitchen is no exception! It adds lather to your soaps and great tactile properties to lip balms, scrubs and lotions.

I also used Olive Oil. Olive Oil also contributes a smoother moisturizing feel to the soap. When making a product for the face, it is important to be gentle to the delicate skin of the face. It is also important to moisturize to keep the skin soft, supple and healthy.

We will make this liquid soap paste today and then tomorrow we will use this base to create a nice scrub for the face.

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Ingredients
Coconut Oil
Olive Oil
Sesame Oil
Potassium Hydroxide
Water
Equipment
Scale
Microwave Safe Container
Immersion Blender

Recipe:

Recipe in Ounces
6 oz Coconut Oil
6 oz Olive Oil
4 oz Sesame Oil
3.25 oz Potassium Hydroxide
6 oz Water
Recipe in Grams
170 grams Coconut Oil
170 grams Olive Oil
113 grams Sesame Oil
92 grams Potassium Hydroxide
170 grams Water
Recipe in Percentages
37.5% Coconut Oil
37.5% Olive Oil
25% Sesame Oil
Q.S. Potassium Hydroxide
Q.S. Water

Weigh the oils into a container. Heat until warm. Add the lye to the water to for a lye solution. Allow the lye solution to cool. Mix the oils and lye solution and blend until trace is achieved. I let the soap sit in my beaker while it saponifies as tomorrow, we will be adding to it. Cover your container with plastic wrap and allow to sit until the oils have completely saponified.

Taylor

Liquid Oils

Oils and Lye Solution

Mixing Soap

Mixing Soap

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