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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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