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WARNING: This project and these instructions have been written for someone who has experience making soap and knows the potential dangers due to working with sodium hydroxide. It will not outline all safety methods of working with dangerous chemicals, it is simply a soap recipe for advanced soap makers.
1. To beaker, add cut up buttermilk soap and heat in microwave until liquid. Use a plastic dropper to move soap into lace and line details of the football mold cavities. Allow soap to harden. Set extra soap aside for later.
2. To measuring cup, add honey soap and heat in microwave until liquid. Add brown mica powder and mix well. Spray white soap with rubbing alcohol and when the brown soap is 130oF, fill football cavities. Set extra soap aside for later.
3. When soap is hard, remove footballs from molds. Reheat white and brown soap and make two more footballs. Set all footballs aside.
4. To pitcher, add water and then slowly add lye. Stir well and set aside to cool.
5. To metal pot, add olive oil, babassu oil, avocado oil, sal butter and castor oil. Heat on stove top until liquid.
6. To plastic beaker, add green powder and mix with small amount of melted oils.
7. When both lye solution and oils are 120oF, add oils to lye solution. Stick blend until emulsification. Add green color and blend to medium trace.
8. Pour soap into mold.
9. Using skewer, scrape two-inch-long parallel
lines into top of soap to texture “grass.”
10. Place ruler on edge of mold. Place one football soap at 1⁄2” and continue placing footballs 1” apart.
11. After at least 24 hours, remove soap from mold, slice into bars and wrap football tops in plastic wrap.
12. To beaker, add white powder and spray with rubbing alcohol until it turns into paste.
13. Using ruler, mark dot of white paste every centimeter across front of soap. At second and seventh dots, draw vertical lines from bottom to top of soap. Draw small vertical lines on other dots. Continue for all soap bars.
14. After 4-6 weeks, package as desired and label accordingly.
TO USE: Lather with water onto skin. Rinse off. Avoid contact with eyes.
Olive Oil, Water, Babassu Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Avocado Oil, Sal Butter, Fragrance, Castor Oil, Chromium Oxide, Sorbitol, Coconut Oil, Propylene Glycol, Stearic Acid, Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Glycerin, Honey, Buttermilk, Oatmeal, Calendula Extract, Titanium Dioxide, Mica, Iron Oxide.
* Handmade Magazine is not affiliated or associated with Cosmetic Warriors, LTD.
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