CALENDULA ORANGE SOAP | MY SECOND BATCH OF SOAP

[WATCHinHD] Hello Superfriends! I’m back sa balakubak! This video is not a tutorial. I just only want to share my first experience in making a handmade soap. I’m soo freaking proud of myself! Woot woot! I cannot believe that I am making my second batch of soap now 🛀. I already made my first batch which is the lavender bastille soap and if you want to check it here is my link:

lavender bastille soap

I always wanted to try making my own bar of soap and watching tons of soap making videos help me to pursue doing it. So here I am sharing you all guys the result of my second batch of soap and I will call it Calendula Orange Soap, what a fulfilling feeling when you saw your soap looking perfect when you removed it out from the mold.

Calendula Orange Soap

By the way in this recipe, I followed Organicmaker’s recipe w/c is classic bastille soap with lavender. But instead using Lavender essential oils and buds, I will be using orange essential oils and marigolds flower. It is all natural  soap with coconut and pure olive oil 👌 and it smells amazzing! . I will used Olive oil that is a common base oil used in soap making and it makes a nice hard bar of soap, it is also very mild, and in combination with other oils will give you a nice dense lather. On the other way around, the coconut oil is an excellent moisturizer for both skin and hair. The properties of the coconut oil also help remove dead skin cells and dirt away from the body, that is why they are both perfect combo for your soap.

Bili na kayo Chos!!! LOL So lets start making this soap!

INGREDIENTS:
149 g Water
64 g Lut NaOH, Sodium Hydroxide
OILS / FATS:
135 g Coconut Oil
315 g Extra Virgin Olive Oil
8 g essential orange oil
barely 1/2 tsp Radical Orange mica
about 2 tbsp (5 g) Calendula flowers

RECIPE DETAILS:
Total amount of oils / fats: 450 g
Of which:
Olive oil: 70%
Coconut oil: 30%

Overfat 5%
Lye concentration 30%
Water: Lut ratio: 2.333: 1
Additives: about 15 g
Total weight soaped: about 678 g

👌 You can check the recipe here:

Kallrörd tvål – Bastilletvål med lavendel

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[WATCHinHD] Hello Superfriends! I’m back sa balakubak! This video is not a tutorial. I just only want to share my first experience in making a handmade soap. I’m soo freaking proud of myself! Woot woot! I cannot believe I could make my first ever handmade soap 🛀. I always wanted to try making my own bar of soap and watching tons of soap making videos help me to pursue doing it. So here I am sharing you all guys the result of my fist ever soap making experience, what a fulfilling feeling when you saw your soap looking perfect when you removed it out from the mold.

By the way I followed Organicmaker’s recipe w/c is classic bastille soap with lavendel. It is all natural lavender soap-coconut and pure olive oil 👌 and it smells amazzing!. They used Olive oil that is a common base oil used in soap making and it makes a nice hard bar of soap, it is also very mild, and in combination with other oils will give you a nice dense lather. On the other way around, the coconut oil is an excellent moisturizer for both skin and hair. The properties of the coconut oil also help remove dead skin cells and dirt away from the body, that is why they are both perfect combo for your soap.

Bili na kayo Chos!!! LOL So lets start making this soap!

INGREDIENTS:
149 g Water
64 g Lut NaOH, Sodium Hydroxide
OILS / FATS:
135 g Coconut Oil
315 g Extra Virgin Olive Oil
8 g essential oil lavender
barely 1/2 tsp Decadent plum mica
about 2 tbsp (5 g) Dried lavender flowers

RECIPE DETAILS:
Total amount of oils / fats: 450 g
Of which:
Olive oil: 70%
Coconut oil: 30%

Overfat 5%
Lye concentration 30%
Water: Lut ratio: 2.333: 1
Additives: about 15 g
Total weight soaped: about 678 g

👌 You can check the recipe here:

Kallrörd tvål – Bastilletvål med lavendel

Organic Makers – Gör din egen ekologiska hudvård





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