Aloe, Hemp & Shea Cold Process Soap Recipe – Saffire Blue Inc.
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Aloe, Hemp & Shea Cold Process Soap Recipe

Aloe butter and shea butter lend their ultra-moisturizing properties to this fresh-scented bar.  Aloe Butter aids in rapid hydration of dry skin while remaining light and non-greasy.  Hempseed oil is rich in omega 6 and omega 3 fatty acids which are key components in maintaining healthy skin. The linoleic acid present offers anti-inflammatory properties that can help to soothe minor irritations.  It is also reputed to help fight acne, soften the skin, and keep skin supple and youthful.

aloehempsheaAloe, Hemp & Shea Soap

Makes approximately 2 lbs of soap

Ingredients:

340 grams Aloe Butter
272 grams Hempseed Oil – Refined
68 grams Shea Butter – Refined – Ghana
99 grams Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)
259 grams Distilled Water
21 grams Tuberose Lily Fragrance Oil

Recommended Equipment:

Mix & Pour Funnel

Crafter’s Choice Loaf – Regular – Clear Silicone Mold

Instructions:

  1. In a large container, warm aloe butter, hemp oil and shea butter until butters are fully liquified.
  2. In a separate pitcher, add lye to water and gently stir until lye is fully dissolved and liquid is clear.
  3. Add the lye mixture to the oils and mix using a stick blender.
  4. At light trace, add your fragrance and blend until smooth.
  5. Pour into your soap mold and allow to set for 48 hours.
  6. Unmold and cut into bars. Allow to cure on a rack for at least 4 weeks in a well ventilated room.

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