Seven Basic Steps to Produce Organic Soap Bars for Infants

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Steps to produce organic soap bars for infants include shielding your skin, evaluating the ingredients, dissolving the lye, warming the oils, mixing the lye solution and oils, moving the mixture into the mold, and letting the soap heal.

Newborn skin is extremely sensitive; therefore, you cannot just apply any soap bar for them because most soap bars have harsh chemical compounds and perfumes. It is difficult to find out which soap is perfect for your baby’s skin without examining them out. To make sure that you’re using a soap which is safe for your baby’s skin, make a natural baby soap yourself. The process is simple, and you can make it as moisturizing as you want and manage its scent. Read this article to know the steps.

Protect your skin

Have a pair of rubber gloves and put it on before you handle the lye, that can burn or irritate your skin.

Weigh the components

Get a digital kitchen scale and a glass bowl, and then weigh the ingredients you will need. Be sure to zero out the weight of the glass, so it will not add to the weight of the ingredient that is in it. Fill one measuring cup with mineral water and weigh this, as well. Then, place the cup of water in the refrigerator to chill it for about 2 to 3 hours.

Break down the lye

Get the cup of mineral water from the refrigerator and move the water into a two-quart measuring cup. Make sure to have your safety gloves on, and wear goggles to protect your eyes. Bring your supplies to an open area outside the house, or in a location that has good ventilation. Then, gradually and carefully put two ounces of lye into the water inside the 2-quart measuring cup. Break down the lye crystals completely in the water by continuously stirring the water with a silicone or wooden spoon. While you are mixing the lye in the water, turn your own face away from it. Assume that the combination has turned hot now due to chemical reaction. Put a thermometer which is designed for making soaps so that you can monitor the temperature, and then just leave the mixture aside.

Heat the oils

Prepare 11.2 ounces of natural olive oil and 4.8 ounces of organic avocado oil. Get a 4- quart pot, then pour and mix the 2 natural oils in it. Put the pot on the stove and heat it under low heat for 15 minutes while stirring the oils together. Never forget to place a soap-making thermometer in the pot.

Mix the lye solution and oils

As soon as you spot the temperatures of both the lye solution and the natural oils reach 100 to 110 degrees Fahrenheit, you can now start to mix the two separate mixtures together. Slowly put into the pot of oil the lye solution. With your silicone or wooden spoon, stir the lye and oil mixture continuously. After you’ve combined all of the ingredients, switch the spoon to a stick blender and work on the mixture. Use the spoon and the stick blender on the mixture for 30 seconds, alternating each other. Continue this until the consistency of the mixture has turned pudding-like, which then signifies that you’ve attained saponification or trace.

Move the mixture into the mold

You can make unique varieties of soap, and you can check out to get some ideas. In the meantime, get your soap mold and move the mixture in it. Cover and keep the soap mold insulated by wrapping a towel around it. Set this aside for approximately 24 to 48 hours.

Let the soap cure

Take the soap from its mold and cut this into small items. Then, get a baker’s rack, put the pieces of soap on it, and allow them to heal for five weeks.

Although lye is used to make the soap, the finished product will actually have none of it.

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