Jun 09

A Simple Plan: Gifts

Olive Oil Soaps – An All Seasons’ Gift Olive oil soaps are the answer to all your gift-offering problems. Everyone loves a gift that is handmade, and a practical gift such as olive oil soap is even more desirable. Olive oil soaps are affordable and easy to make. There are lots of sample recipes for olive oil soaps that use olive oil in them. A lot of people will utilize a recipe that needs just olive oil, but some will add a number of other natural ingredients for other advantageous reasons. The olive oil soaps recipe listed below is 80% pure olive oil, but has some palm (to make the soap more durable) and coconut (to add bubbles to the lather). It’s a good balance of the three oils. What You Will Require:
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16 oz. water; 40 oz. olive oil; 6. 7 oz. lye; 5 oz. palm oil; 1. 5 oz. 5 oz. of essential scent (if you would like a scented soap). Please research further or seek professional assistance, if you’re dubious in any way regarding the above-mentioned measurements for your olive oil soaps along with the procedure for working with lye.
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Olive oil soaps tools: big pot; soap mold; rubber spatula; spoon; gloves; stick blender and safety goggles. Let us Get Started Before beginning the job, be sure to have all the ingredients, as well as a proper working area. First melt your solid oils, which are your coconut oil and your palm oil. Melt them in the big pot over moderate heat. Switch off the heat after the oils reach around 110 degrees. Next, add to the soap’s recipe the olive oil. Make sure the palm and coconut oils are hot before adding the olive oil. Make sure before adding the lye, the temperature is 100 degrees. Add the lye really slowly. Stick blend the mixture and you will begin to see it become cloudy. When mixing, begin by the stick-blender with brief spurts. Do this until the lye and the oils are mixed together 100 percent. Then add colors, the scents, or something else you find essential, such as flower petals, etc. Pour the soap mix directly into the mold. Pour in a back-and-forth motion. It will likely be thick. After you have finished pouring, tap the mold gently on your counter top. This will definitely help remove any extra bubbles. In order to maintain heat in you’d want to put a towel over the mold. Put your new handmade gift aside for about 24-hours to cool it off. After it is cooled, cut on your soaps into the size/shape you would like, and decorate using a piece of ribbon or toile. Everybody is sure to love your present of handmade soaps.