Ultra Clear Glycerin Soap
Body Wash Directions: We recommend warming the base for better incorporation of fragrance and easier pouring into bottles. However, it is not mandatory to warm the base. Do not boil or overheat. Cool product with the top off of the bottle to prevent condensation. Product will re-thicken upon cooling. If the bubbles are not white, then too much color has been added to the formula. Your product will become thin if you use too much fragrance. Fragrance at 0.5% = 1/2 teaspoon per 16 ounces of base. Each fragrance will react differently in the base. Important: Test your formula in small quantities first to ensure you are achieving your desired outcome.
Great idea! - Add pumice to make a "gardener's soap" or "mechanic's soap".
Recipe for E-A-S-Y Goat's Milk Soap:
Melt 1 pound white glycerin soap base in the top of a double boiler or in the microwave on "medium" setting. As your soap base is melting, dissolve about 1 - 2 tablespoons goat's milk powder in 1 - 2 tablespoons warm water (usually a little more water than powder is required). Stir very well and pour this mixture through a sieve lined with an old pair of pantyhose, cheesecloth, or nylon netting to be sure all the lumps have been removed. Pour into the soap base mixture, stir very well, and pour into molds.
Goat's Milk and Honey Soap:
To the goat's milk and water mixture above, add 1 tablespoon of warmed honey blending well to ensure there are no lumps, then pour through a sieve.... and continue as described above.
When your soap and goat's milk and/or honey has been completely blended and has started to cool, you might try adding 1/4 cup coarsely ground oatmeal, ground almonds, dried herbs or flower petals, cornmeal, loofa, pumice, etc.