感謝資深前輩自皂老師的指導~讓我的鹽皂真的不出水耶~


 


想必很多皂友都想知道如何讓鹽皂不出水~今天就讓我來拯救大家的鹽皂吧!


炎熱的夏天大家都想要來鍋鹽皂~但是狂出水一直是皂友們頭痛的問題~


常看到皂友每天跟鹽皂搏鬥~總是有擦不完的汗水~真可謂汗如雨下~有些人還形容他的鹽皂要包尿布~要讓鹽皂吹冷氣~


其實要克服出汗問題只要運用一點小技巧~鹽皂就不出水囉!


(圖一)脫模後切皂~好漂亮的顏色~期待它不要退色~晾皂期未曾出過一滴水~


(圖二)晾皂後還是有點退色有點退色~依然未曾出過一滴水哦!神奇吧!


不出水鹽皂密技答案公布:


鹽皂用100%椰子油,較能溶解鹽,可減少鹼量10~15%較不出水,鹽是油重的50%,若有加蓖麻油可以減少鹽的量,


希望這樣的答案有幫到大家~各位皂友們,別氣餒,再來一鍋吧!


也預祝各位能成功的喇出一鍋不出水的鹽皂~希望成功了也能不吝與我分享喜悅哦~~


主成分:椰子油90%、蓖麻油10%


添加物:玫瑰岩鹽、黑鹽50%


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Recipe:

The main part of your oils and butters should be coconut
oil. This will make sure your soap stays bubbly; even with a high salt
content. To compensate the drying effect of coconut oil, you'll have to discount your
lye by about 15 to 20%.


For this batch I'll use this recipe:

  • coconut oil 95% 475 grams
  • castor oil 5% 25 grams
  • water 190 grams
  • lye 72 grams
  • 60% of the weight of the oils in fine non-iodized table salt.

You could add up to 100% of the weight of your oils in
salt. Any salt but epsom salt is okay to use. All comes down to personal
preferences.



Preparing colored sea salt




This is something that I really like; but it isnt
necessary.
A few days before I plan to make salt soap, I take out some coarse sea salt
and color it with blue food coloring. Just add a couple of drops to the sea
salt and mix real well.
Let is sit for a while to dry.



Get prepared


  • I clean and sanitize my working space and get everything I need within reach.
  • Prepare your lye solution by measuring the lye and water. I use a very
    sturdy plastic pitcher for my water and slowly add the lye to it while
    stirring gently.
  • Let it cool down to room temperature.
  • Make sure you never use containers that easily overheat for mixing your lye
    solution (like glass jars) and stay away from aluminum.!
  • Measure out your oils/butter and soften them up in the microwave, on a low
    or medium temp.
  • I directly add my EOs to the oils. Here I use a combo of amber, ylang ylang
    and bergamot.
  • Line your mold and prepare your color(s).


Add your lye mixture to your oils and stick blend
Stop when you reach a light trace.


Add the salt



Mix the salt through your soap batter with a stainless steel spoon.



Ill be using 5 colors for this batch; blue, gray-blue, light blue, sea green and a
bit of white.
Divide your soap batter over different containers and add each color. Mix it
trough with a spoon until full incorporated.



In the pot swirl
Now transfer all the colors back into one bowl and mix them gently. Dont
stir to much or everything will just get bland.





Into the mold.
I grab the mold and slam it on my counter a couple of times to avoid air
bubbles.



The finishing touches: to keep a nautical theme.
I sculpt the top with a spoon until it resembles a little wave. Remember
that colored sea salt? Nows the time to add it. Add a lot; not everything
will stick to the top and a lot will fall of while cutting later on.




Covering
up and my least favorite bit about soap making...
Cover up your log with saran wrap to prevent ash.



Unmold:


Get your log out of the mold as soon as it has set up and
cut it.
This time I fell asleep with my doggy curled up next to me on the sofa and
totally forgot I had to cut my salt soap. It was incredibly hard to cut the
next day!



Clean your soap up, rub it with a damp cloth and trim the edges if you want
to.



Author: Dagmar, Accomplished Soaper
Soapmakingforum.com.



http://smftutorials.com/drupal/how-to-make-salt-soap-tutorial

http://humaineherbalsoap.net/sea_salt_soap.html

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