Soap base Organic is a universal product that is both a soap base and a ready-made soap at the same time, made from vegetable natural raw materials.
Excellent foam, quickly and completely washed off with water (including cold).
Our soap base has all the advantages of a “soap base”: it easily melts in a water bath (melting point 60 degrees Celsius), mixes ll with oils, extracts, decoctions, water, alcohols, any actives and dyes.
Ingredients: saponified palm and coconut oils, water, food vegetable glycerin, glucose.
Recommendations for the introduction of additives:
We recommend introducing fatty oils and oil-soluble assets no more than 5% by ight of the base used, at a concentration of 5–10%, the foaming of the finished soap worsens.
Essential oils are recommended to be administered 5–15 drops in total (per 100g), if the concentration exceeds 0.5% (this is about 20–30 drops depending on the pipette), allergic reactions to the essential oil are possible.
For fragrances, the recommendations are the same 5–15 drops, the likelihood of allergic reactions to fragrances is less, but it must be remembered that the smell of fragrances can remain on the skin after washing, and most fragrances are synthetic.
We recommend adding actives based on water, alcohols and glycerin up to 5% by ight of the base, an increase in concentration can lead to a loss of soap hardness and a deterioration in foaming.
We recommend adding salts and clays no more than 5–10% of the mass of the base, it must be remembered that salts and clays worsen foaming more than fatty oils, so if you add both oil actives and salts, it is recommended to reduce the concentration.
Due to the natural composition, it is also suitable for children, vegetarians, vegans, Ayurveda.
Tips for good parents:
It is important to remember that a child under 6 months old cannot be washed with soap, even the most natural soaps and shampoos at such an early age are highly discouraged. It is advisable to wash only with water up to 6 months.
For children older than 6 months, natural soap can be made from the Pure Tel base, but it will be slightly different from the “adult soap”. The main thing to remember is that in baby soap, foaming and cleansing are of secondary importance, paramount is the preservation of moisture in the skin.
For baby soap based on Organic Soap Base:
We recommend using unrefined fatty oils: Olive or Olive + Avocado at a concentration of 5–10% by ight of the base used. You can use macadamia oil if olive oil is not suitable for you for some reason.
A good option would be to use a ak olive infusion on chamomile flors ( pour chamomile into warm olive oil and insist for 1–2 days, stirring occasionally) — the effect of soothing the skin is comparable to an aqueous decoction of chamomile. Chamomile — is considered the most low-allergenic decoction, but some people still have a reaction to chamomile in the form of short-term temporary dry skin. In oil infusions of chamomile, such a reaction has not been noticed at the moment.
We DO NOT recommend using cocoa butter, laurel for young children. Flavorings and dyes are also not recommended.
When making soap for adults, recommend that you consider the following points:
Each added care oil or extract gives its effect,
e.g. walnut oil and grape seed oil – recommended to relieve irritation and inflammation,
cocoa butter, olive, avocado, shea butter — recommended for normalizing the water balance of the skin (removes the effect of dryness),
almond oil — accelerates wound healing,
wheat germ oil — slows down the formation of wrinkles and smoothes the skin,
laurel oil — has an antiseptic and disinfecting effect
Each decoction or tincture also has its own properties, for example:
Calendula, lavender, plantain, chamomile, hops are good for relieving allergic reactions,
Laurel, birch leaves, birch tar, nettle, bee propolis are good as antiseptics, for the treatment of rashes, plaques, growths, etc.
Sage — tightens pores.
Recommended method for making soap base:
We measure the required amount of the base and cut it into pieces (the smaller the pieces, the faster and more evenly melt), put in a container.
We put the container in a water bath (i.e. in a large container filled with water so that our container with the base is surrounded by water on all sides except the top one).
Stirring slowly from time to time, wait for the moment when the entire base becomes completely liquid (if you stir quickly, a lot of foam will whip up).
Then you can add oils, oil or glycerin extracts, decoctions, waxes, etc. And stir slowly for 1–2 minutes.
Then you can remove from the water bath and add abrasive grains for scrubs, clay, salt, stirring for 0.5–2 minutes.
The final stage before bottling is the addition of dyes and flavors, stir for 15–60 seconds, then sprinkle with alcohol or remove the bubbles with a spoon.
Pour into molds (if bubbles form on top, you can sprinkle with alcohol or remove them with a spoon)
When the soap has completely hardened, you can pull it out of the mold, the soap is ready.