|Phase||Ingredients for ~250 ml||Quantity|
|A||gentle washing base||75 gr|
|A||Lauryl glucoside||50 gr|
|A||Decyl glucoside||25 gr|
|B||flat mineral water||94 gr|
|C||tea tree essential oil||40 drops|
|C||sage essential oil||20 drops|
|C||lime essential oil||55 drops|
|C||lactic acid||1 gr|
|C||cosgard OR grapefruit seed extract||50 drops|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
If the surfactant is hardened and whitish, it will be liquefied beforehand in a hot water bath until it becomes fluid and translucent. Eventually, it can be heated in the water bath, together with the other phase A surfactants. It is important that the surfactant mix is translucent, before the addition of phase B and C.
In a glass, transfer the gentle washing base and the surfactants, one at a time, and mix after each one, slowly, thoroughly.
Gradually add phase B water over the composition, little by little, stirring slowly and avoiding the formation of a lot of foam.
Add the phase C ingredients one at a time, mixing after each. The resulting gel is transferred to the dedicated container; will be clarified the next day. pH ~ 7.
A concentrated hygiene solution, suitable for washing the hands and the face, especially useful for skin affected by acne, blackheads, congested skin, given the content of essential oils with purifying action. Basically, it is used like a liquid soap.
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