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Soapandso

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Good morning,
I have been making creamers and bath products with Shea and cocoa butter in for a while but I wandered if there was a way to prevent the butter from sitting in the bath, maybe disperse it to prevent your bath from being slippery afterwards? I am certainly very confused ! :confused::confused:
 

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Add e-wax or conditioning emulsifier to your recipe to make an emulsified butter or scrub. When it is mixed with water, the mixture mixes with the water, rather than makes an oil slick. No slippery tub or shower.
 

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I like to use poly-80 at 1% as an emulsifier in bath bombs. It really does make a difference. The water feels very soft and conditioning but my tub stays much cleaner.
 

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Add e-wax or conditioning emulsifier to your recipe to make an emulsified butter or scrub. When it is mixed with water, the mixture mixes with the water, rather than makes an oil slick. No slippery tub or shower.
Thank you I will try that
 
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