Aroma Soap Bar - Calamansi Lime
Aroma Soap Bar - Calamansi Lime, made by Calamansi Lime carrier oil in natural process. Aroma Soap Bar - Calamansi Lime, rich in vitamins and medical compound, it helps to repair and improve skin texture.
List Of Soap Bar : http://hk.bf-1.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=56
Soap Bar Specification :
Melting Point : Above 50°C
Weight : 500g or 1KG
Benefit For Hair :
Benefit For Face Skin :
Benefit For Body Skin :
Step Of Soap Making
Making soap at home is a satisfying, inexpensive way to provide for your family's needs or create wonderful gifts for your friends. You can making it from scratch enables you to choose your own ingredients and customize the soap to fit your needs.
Items To Prepare : Microwave, Slow Cooker, Stirrer, Molds, Weight Machine, Plastic Wrap and Soap Bar.
Step 1 : Prepare your choice of soap bars. Grate or chop them into small pieces.
Step 2 : Use Microwave for fast melting the soap and put into heat up Slow Cooker.
Step 3 : Add your ingredient or active and stir slowly, until the grated soap turns into liquid.
Step 4 : Immediately pour the mixture into the mold(s) and cover it up in plastic wrap.
Step 5 : After 24 hours, remove the plastic wrap and set molds in a draft-free, dry place for 1 week. It's ready when it has dried out enough to feel like new soap.
By carefully choosing a combination of quality carrier oil soap bar, adding your favorite fragrance, aroma oil, essential oils, herbals and swirling in a lively colorant, your soap suddenly takes on that charming character that commercially manufactured soap can’t even begin to compete with.
In chemistry, soap is a salt of a fatty acid. Soaps are mainly used as surfactants for washing, bathing, and cleaning, but they are also used in textile spinning and are important components of lubricants.
Soaps for cleansing are obtained by treating vegetable oils and fats with a strongly alkaline solution. Fats and oils are composed of triglycerides, three molecules of fatty acids are attached to a single molecule of glycerol.
The alkaline solution, which is often called lye (although the term lye soap refers almost exclusively to soaps made with sodium hydroxide), brings about a chemical reaction known as saponification.
In saponification, the fats are first hydrolyzed into free fatty acids, which then combine with the alkali to form crude soap. Glycerol (glycerine) is liberated and is either left in or washed out and recovered as a useful byproduct, depending on the process employed.
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 20 August, 2013.