|Phase||Ingredients for a 125 gr mold||%||Quantity|
|A||melt & pour soap base, white||96||120 gr|
|B||pink 10 oxide, cosmetic pigment||0.6||0,75 gr|
|B||blue 15 oxide, cosmetic pigment||0,1||0,12 gr|
|B||lavender essential oil||2||2,5 gr|
|B||ylang-ylang essential oil||0,3||0,4 gr|
|B||lavender flowers||1||1,2 gr|
Clean the worktop, mold and all utensils you work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
Place the diced soap base (cut as small as possible, about 1 cm) in a heat-resistant container (Berzelius beaker or a stainless steel cup), and melt in a water bath.
After melting, add the rest of the ingredients, one by one, as quickly as possible, mixing after each one.
Remove the container from the water bath and stir continuously but not very vigorously, until the soap begins to thicken slightly. Now pour quickly into the soap mold.
Leave the soap mold on a flat surface. After approximately 4 hours the soap is removed from the mold and left to dry until the next day, in an environment as dry as possible. After 24 hours, the soap can be used.
If the environment in which the soap is stored has medium or high humidity, "dew" may appear on its surface and a gelatinous layer may form. This is a natural phenomenon that occurs in all melt & pour type natural soaps.
To avoid this phenomenon, it is advisable to wrap the soap in a foil or store it in a hermetically sealed container.
When preparing a recipe, after removing the soap from the form/mold, it is stored in a dry place, but if it will not be used in soon, it will be wrapped in plastic foil.
A gentle, decorative soap is obtained, with a pleasant lavender scent and sweet-floral notes.