Hello, is it ok if you tell me how you use the dead sea mud? Did it work all the time well in your batches?
I feel I need to hear from some one who worked already with it.
Thank you and for all others in this thread.:smile:
I have used as little as 1 tsp per pound of oil and as much as 2tbs ppo. Those amounts apply to both clay and mud. The only dead sea mud I have used has been as a preserve (which is mixed with water, it is not dried out). So with the dead sea mud preserve I subtract a little bit of water, but not much. I add it at light trace alongside my EO's. I have added clay's both dry and wet at light trace, both ways work alright. If you add it dry just expect quite a bit more mixing to get rid of those little puffs of dry soil. I have never had a problem with either dead sea mud or clay in those amounts. I would recommend 3-6 tsp ppo.
Would you please tell me what TKB and AC are?
TKB trading is a company, click here
to check them out. AC = Activated Charcoal, and a little does go a very long way. I love activated charcoal, it's such a fun rich ingredient. Very deep black colorant.
My favorite soap to make and use is my dead sea mud and activated charcoal swirled in. I have shared it before on other threads, but since talk is coming up about both ingredients I'll share it again. I hope no one minds my repeated post of this soap. My first attempt at this soap was with chocolate swirls and it had citronella in the EO blend along with whats in it now. It has evolved into what it now is over many batches, and I am in love with it. I don't think I'll alter it any more, the only thing I may do is increase the EO % slightly.