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crazyk

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hi can someone tell me what the addition rate of vitamin e liquid would be to my cp soap. How would I include this in my soap calcs? Is it added at trace?

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Vitamin E is very 'heat sensitive' and any benes would be destroyed by the heat of SAP. If you are just wanting the "label" factor a teaspoon bet 10 lbs would be fine in the pot or at trace. If you want rancidity protection, I suggest using ROE.
 

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I add T-50 (natural vitamin E) to my oils prone to rancidity when they go into my inventory. A little goes a long way. Like Birdie says, Rosemary Oleoresin Extract is another antioxidant.

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Soapmaker Man said:
I add T-50 (natural vitamin E) to my oils prone to rancidity when they go into my inventory. A little goes a long way. Like Birdie says, Rosemary Oleoresin Extract is another antioxidant.

Paul
And this is an excellent way to treat your oils while they are waiting for their "make-over"! But I was thinking she may be wanting provention in the final bar.
 

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