Making Aussie Eucalyptus Soap by Kilted Suds | Natural Plant Colorants | Cold Process Soap

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Soapmaking: Diagonal sliced, Striped Soap with Swirls

A two part soap with the first striped loaf cut on a diagonal, and the second portion poured on top and swirled. Equipment Used: Loaf Mold- Funnel pitchers- Cake Leveler- Stick Blender- Ingredients: Titanium Dioxide- Black Oxide Pigment- Red Pigment- Green pigment- Bergamot oil- geranium oil-

Infusing Oils with Herbs and Spices for Use in Cold Process Soap Making

Thank you so much for watching, commenting, and subscribing! :) This video shows how I personally make my herb and spice oil infusions. Be sure to research the herbs and spices for yourself and your particular recipe, making sure they are both safe to use in cold process soap and safe for the skin. In case you’re interested, I have an affiliate store where I’ve listed all of the soap making supplies and materials that I purchase on Amazon: If you use those links to buy anything, it won’t cost you anything extra, but I will receive a very small percentage of the sale. Every little bit helps, though, so thank you very much if you do! :) Several links below provide information on many other herbs and spices, along with details on how to make infusions with them and what happens when you add them to cold process soap. In this video, I used olive oil, but I occasionally use sunflower and sweet almond oil for various infusions. Here are some details about each herb/spice I used in this video: Indigo Root Powder Infusion ratio: 2 teaspoons for every 4 oz olive oil (I purchase my indigo powder from both BrambleBerry and Soap Making Resource) Paprika Powder: 2 Tbsp for every 4 oz olive oil Nettle Leaf Powder: 2 Tbsp for every 4 oz olive oil Dried Calendula Petals: Fill the jar with the dried petals, cover completely with olive oil There are basically two methods for infusing oils: applying heat to quickly infuse the oils OR allowing the mixture to sit for about 6 to 8 weeks. I make my infusions using a double boiler, but I have also achieved great results using a crock pot. I’ve never tried allowing the mixture to sit for weeks. I’m really just too impatient for that. There are links below that discuss both methods. I’m sure I’ve left some great sites out of this list below, so if you know of one, please let us know in the comments. For more information on various ways to infuse oils, ratios, and some great tips, check out these links: Soap Queen - How to Infuse Oils with a Crock-Pot - Loving Soap - Color Soap Naturally - Using heat sealable tea bags - Humblebee & Me - Make Your Own Herb Infused Oils (shows both the quick and slow methods) - Aussie Soap Supplies - How to Infuse Herbs - Anne L Watson - Natural Colorants in Soap - Bath Alchemy Lab - Natural Colorants for Soap - ratios for lots of herbs/spices - Farmer Jim’s Blog - Natural Colorants Used in Soap Making - How to Use Infused Natural Colors in Soap Making ( - Kápia Méra Soap Co Blog - by me ;) - Testing New Herbs, Spices, & Clays in CP Soap - Kápia Méra Soap Co Blog - by me ;) - How to get a pink soap with an indigo root infusion - Impression Mat Soap - Where I purchased my natural colorants: Indigo Root Powder: BrambleBerry, Soap Making Resource, and Botanical Colors Paprika Powder: Soap Making Resource Nettle Leaf Powder: Amazon (Starwest Organic Nettle Leaf Powder) Alkanet Root Powder: Soap Making Resource Calendula Petals: Rustic Escentuals I purchase a lot of other clays and herbs. Most come from the above stores. I also buy from Nature's Garden, Mad Oils, Wholesale Supplies, Camden Grey,, Majestic Mountain Sage, and probably some others that I can't quite recall at the moment. If you have a specific question or need a link, just leave a comment below, and I'll get back to you asap. :) YouTube: My Blog: My Website: Instagram: Facebook: Music Info: One Fine Day by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Artist: In Albany New York by The 126ers is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Source: YouTube Audio Library ( Carpe Diem by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Source: Artist:

Minty Eucalyptus Crystal Melt and Pour Soap tutorial

My inspiration for this soap is a natural green and herbs from Mother Nature. These are the step by step on how to handle and make Glycerine soap with a melt and pour technique. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Follow and like my page: Facebook: Instagram: Bloger: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ For this recipe, it is good for all skin type include ones with a sinusitis problem, acne oily skin and a powerful antibacterial and antivirus properties. With a cooling Peppermint and Menthol helps to cool down a body temperature make it suitable for those with fever and after exercise. This aromatic bar, which comes straight from the Outback, contains medicinal, antimicrobial essential oils of eucalyptus and peppermint. Perfect for alleviating colds and fighting fatigue, this soap is sure to benefit everyone! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ FORMULA: 1kg Natural Transparent Glycerine Soap Base (SLS FREE) 1% STEARIC ACID (Traditionally used as a thickening agent in lotion, this vegetable derived waxy substance is also used as a hardening agent in soaps (at a .5% of your oils as a usage rate). Stearic acid is also used as a hardening agent in candles, vegetable or paraffin based.) 1% MENTHOL FLAKE 2-5% ROYAL HONEY 15-24 DROPS OF VITAMIN E OIL 3-5 DROPS OF PIGMENT COLOR (my choice is electric green) 3 tablespoon DRIED PEPPERMINT 5-10% PEPPERMINT ESSENTIAL OIL 5-10% EUCALYPTUS ESSENTIAL OIL TOOLS FOR SOAP MAKING. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Please put a comment on below and dont forget to subscribe my channel.. bye guys.. Love u MR EJAM ~ AURAPERSONA

Making & Cutting "Rock Star" Cold Process Soap ~ Petals Bath Boutique

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Natural Colorants in Soap Making {red, blue + purple} S2W8

Season 2 Week 8 of Soaping101 and we are experimenting with natural soap colorants. Soap Making Resource: Three Sisters Soap: Our facebook group chat room: Links to supplies: Royalty free music by Kevin MacLeod.

The design of this soap might be simple, but the skin-loving ingredients are anything but!! Colored with all-natural plant based ingredients, and scented with Eucalyptus Essential Oil!

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