If you are looking for the step to make own natural soap is easy to try at home. Making natural soap at home yourself is good idea. Because you know what all of ingredients of soap that you purchased in store not all include good ingredients for your skin. You must ever worry about it, so with making natural soap you can be spared from the harmful ingredients.
How to make natural soap at home?
In this article, we will show you step by step about making your own natural homemade soap. So, read more this article to get more information and learn how to learn the natural soap. Here are
Things you will need
Before you begin to making natural soap there are things you will need such as soap molds with any shapes, 100% pure petroleum jelly, 1 tablespoon distilled water, cheese grater, a double boiler, wooden spoon, and wire rack.
Lightly grease A double boiler with petroleum jelly
Now, you can start with lightly grease the inside of your soap molds with petroleum jelly. Place and set the soap molds aside.
Grate the soap
Grate your soap base until you have the equivalent of 1 ¼ cups. Place the grate soap into a double boiler over medium heat and add distilled water into the pans.
Adding the fragrance and natural color
Use heat gently and Stir the mixture of implies above looks like a fluffy pudding for 30 minutes. Do not allow the soap base to boil. If you want to smell fragrance, you can add fragrance oil or essential oil. Pour the essential oil while the soap is melted. Do not use the alcohol based scents because they will force your soap to separate completely.
You can add some ingredients to give the color for your soap such as red color for beetroot powder or red hibiscus flower, yellow color for saffron or turmeric and brown color for chamomile or pekoe tea.
Pour the soap into a soap molds
When you got the soap is melted, spoon the melted soap quickly. You must carefully do this process. Pour the melted soap into the molds and allow the soap to sit the molds until cool completely. Before you fill the molds with melted soap make sure you tap the edges of the molds to remove air bubbles.
Place it on the wire rack
Leave it on at least 24 hours before you using. Leave it on and after dry gently remove the soaps from the molds and place on the wire rack. If your soap seems uneven around the edges, you can use sharp knife to smooth the edges. Avoid wrapping your natural soap in an airtight container because it allowed breathing. Wrap the soap with porous materials such as wax paper or netting.
So, make your natural soap at home with the tips above to get easy ways. Wait for the next tips. Thank you J