|Phase||Ingredients||%||Quantity for a 70 gr mold|
|A||calendula oil||9||6,3 gr|
|A||stearic acid||7||4,9 gr|
|B||Sodium cocoyl isethionate||60||42 gr|
|B||flat water||13||9,1 gr|
|C||red clay||7||4,9 gr|
|C||natural cosmetic fragrance oil Freesia||2||1,4 gr (~50 drops)|
|C||petitgrain essential oil||2||1,4 gr (~50 drops)|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
Add the phase A ingredients to a heat-resistant Berzelius beaker and place in a water bath, until the stearic acid melts.
Remove from the water bath and add the surfactant (be careful, it is a powdery product, do not inhale!) And the flat water from phase B.
Place back in the water bath for about 4-5 minutes, meanwhile mix slowly and thoroughly.
Remove from the water bath and add the phase C ingredients one at a time, stirring after each.
The composition thus prepared is transferred as quickly as possible to the prepared mold, before solidification begins. It is pressed and compacted as well as possible; having gloves, you can also manually press the composition into the mold.
Leave to cool and harden on a flat surface, for approximately 4 hours, after which it is removed from the mold.
The block is placed on a napkin or a small grill and after 48 hours it can be used.
We get a hygiene product that can replace shower gel or soap. It foams well, has a slight scrub effect due to the clay, is gentle on the skin, leaves it clean, soft and pleasantly scented.
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