Calendula Flower Hp Soap Using Poly Bag For Lining Mold Green Tea


This is the soap that we're going to be cutting it's a hot process, calendula soap. The difference is that this time we used a poly bag to align the moles, and we're using a long wooden mold. The last time we filmed it. We use one of the cylinder moles, and I will be showing you that mole in just one minute. This is a mole. We were using last time, which they're, very nice bold, but they don't produce as much soap. And to the degree that we need a lot of times when use the short ones, and you need to create a.

Pattern there aren't, even the soaps are uneven. So this way we have it all even this is calendula and I will be cutting it. Shortly I'm going to be removing the soap from the mole, which is very easy to do since this is a hard process. Soap I do like to use the poly line, the poly bags to line, the soap, and it's just very easy, just to pick it up I, try to use the tape that it sticks, the best on the wood, and I'm having problem for finding a tape that will stick. Well right now I'm using this one it.

Doesn't stick completely, but see I, just what I do I just pick it up and carry it and set it down. And then what we do with the most you're seeing all this. How is taking place we'll just put the moles back together again, yes, the sofas, um, cooled, and I'll just pull it off the sides. This is, um, as I said, it's, calendula. This is a bus steel soap. It has been the base is a coconut palm. It has been super fetid with shea butter, a calendula oil, which is an infusion, and it has Malinda flowers in it.

And. Because when you put the flowers into the oils, and you do it as a hot process, the so passed a tendency of turning very dark more Brown than of this lighter a creamy. Look. So we do put I. Key, oxide in it, we're going to be cutting it.

Next we're, getting ready to cut the soap it's as you know, these are very long bars. So we have to support it on the back end here. Okay, see how that if the have to really measure? Well, make sure your first cut is a good cut. Okay, we'll just pull one of the soaps out. So.

You can see this is the calendula, and you can just see it all the surrounding way of the good things about using hot process, you do not have to worry about ash is done in the regular cocoa process soaps. Why is it that some do not get ash? Well, sometimes when people make it in a block, and they're able to cut off the first layer, it's, um, it comes off because you're cutting it off. But you don't have these designs up here and right now. Our market is looking for the designs for them, because they. Know that that is the sign of a handcrafted soap, it's, not manufactured. But when you are a large company, and you do make of handcrafted soaps, you have to probably do it in a cube.

And those are the big of cubes that you see up. If you see any YouTube videos that shows people like Oregon soaps that makes very large quantity of soaps. They do not do the top of the topping on the soaps. You have any questions, please call, please email us or leave your comments at the bottom.

We will get back. With you as I said, this is, you can see it's a very, very creamy soap, because we really super fat, these soaps, they last a long time, the essential oil here is rosemary. We have been making this soap for many years, and it's, very nice, it's, a very nice seller for us. Because it is a healing soap. Most of the soaps that we make are we try to make a mess artisan soaps, but for them to have some therapeutic properties to them. We just don't want to make a soap that it's pretty but doesn't serve you because.

The whole purpose of handcrafted soaps is the fit is the effect that you get when you use them how it helps heal your skin all the benefits that a soap like this brings when I cut the soap, the shoulders that I had off of this. Some of them were very thin and they're still very pliable that's. Why you don't want to mess with the soap too much when it's hot when it's soft because there's still some warmth in the soap. And so what I did, I just took the shoulders, and I'm making this round ball. And this is going to be for me because I do use my own soaps. I love to wash my face with if it's, a wonderful, wonderful soap.

And so I have this nice round ball left for me. I wanted to show you the calendula soaps they're, right here. One of the things that I hope that you would have gotten from this is that how this soap does have Oliveira, and it does have green tea. Now, those two components will make a soap dark.

Some people call them creamy or Beijing, but they're on the brown side you have to use. Titanium to get this, a lighter look, especially since we infuse the flowers in the soap because it is a hot process soap and so it's, a very, very pleasant soap. We sell a lot of it. Actually we sell more of that than we do oatmeal soap.

This is the shoulders that was left over, and I made into a ball. This is coming in at okay. Let's do that one again, it is 3.8, but there we go 3.8 and the bars are coming in at 5.4.

Some of them are five because they are handmade soap, so it's going to vary. It does. Have different heights because we do spoon it in. It is a hard process. Soap it's, a wonderful soap come see us at complete central oils WW complete essential. Com are at the Durham craft market where there on Saturdays, if it does not rain we're there, if it rains we're, not going to be there, I hope, this has been enjoyable for you. And hopefully that you were able to learn something I have been quite blessed that the people have shared so much on the on the internet about making soaps and I.

Want to do the same. Thank you. See you later.

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