My recipe I use 99.9% of the time

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  1. Jul 23, 2017 #1

    Omneya

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    Okay so this is the recipe I use for almost every soap
    Additives- SL, Silk, Raw Sugar,(added to lye water)
    Kaolin clay and Colloidal oats added to oils

    Coconut Oil, 76 -25%
    Palm Oil-20%
    Olive Oil-15%
    Rice Bran Oil,-10%
    High Oleic Canola Oil-10%
    Cocoa Butter-7%
    Shea Butter-7%
    Castor Oil-6%
    6% SF
    33-30% water (depending on FO and how many colors I want)
    I stick blend to emulsion
    I premix my micas with oils in lil cups and hand stir them in
    If using clay, I deduct a lil water from the main batch of water to mix in with my clay and hand stir it in.
    I soap at around 80 degrees or a lil less. Depends on the time of yr.
    Just thought I would share this if anyone wants to try it. I have never gotten dos spots or anything wonky. I still have one bar from every batch I have ever made and they are all fine. These soaps are ready in six weeks, I usually plane and bevel them at the 2 week mark. ( I find it easier at that time)

    That is it. I just wanted to contribute something because I am no mood to do anything :bunny:
     
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  2. Jul 23, 2017 #2

    lsg

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    Thanks for sharing your recipe. Would love to see a picture of your soap.:)
     
  3. Oct 6, 2018 #3

    Makyta

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    Thanks for sharing
     

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