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Wednesday, 5 March 2014

How to make homemade scented natural soap

Traditional soap industry requires hazardous chemicals and caustic soda, and a lot of time and practice. Monitors contrast, melt and pour soap through an easy process, which begins with unscented glycerin or coconut oil soap base and add colors and scents and other ingredients to make unique, natural and scented soaps. Essential oils extracted from flowers and plants provide natural scents in homemade soap.

1. Put enough to fill a soap base your own templates as well as an additional two or three ounces of pot is resistant to heat and melt. Soap can be melted style double boiler or in the microwave using 30 seconds to heating ages one minute until melted completely.

2. Move the soap base is melted slightly to ensure completely melted.

3. Stir in the colorants and additives desired such as oats or dried spices. Start with 1/2 teaspoon of the additions in the bar of soap. Use three drops of liquid coloring in the bar.

4. Add essential oils with an eye dropper. A total of 10 drops each bar is optimized, using perfumes either single or multiple. The use of essential oils for high-quality achieves the desired level of smell.

5. Pour the soap into molds.

6. Let the soap cool and harden completely. This should take two to three hours. Soap should pop easily from the mold when completely cool. If you do not release easily soap, and some time in the refrigerator to cool enough to go out.

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