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Bar Soap Making Procedure & Ingredients (How To Make Laundry Bar Soap At Home From Scratch)

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Bar Soap Making Procedure & Ingredients (How To Make Laundry Bar Soap At Home From Scratch)

bar soap making procedure and ingredients

Step By Step Instruction For Making Laundry Bar At Home. The Procedure And Instruction You Need Is Included

How To Make Laundry Bar Soap At Home From Scratch

In this extra special project, I will show you how I make my homemade laundry bars from scratch.

Note: This is not the cut and melt project, it is something I did from scratch and I am proud to tell you that it came out beautifully even much much better than the synthetic laundry bars we buy from store.

I used 2 oils, lye, borax and lemon essential oils. See the full recipe below

Homemade Bar Soap Making Ingredients

  1. Distilled Water – 149 gram
  2. Lye                       –  76 gram
  3. Coconut oil – 315 gram
  4. Palm Oil (Sustainable one) – 140gram
  5. Borax – 28 gram (dissolved in hot water)
  6. Lemon Essential Oil  – 2 tablespoons

Homemade Bar Soap Making Procedure

  • Melt the oils (coconut oil and palm oil)
  • Prepare your lye solution, if you don’t know how to make one, watch the video below

how to make laundry bar soap from scratch

  • Once  your lye solution and oil reaches 53 degree celcius, pour the lye water into the oil.
  • Add your borax into the mixture
  • Even though I missed this part in the video, add a little bit of boiling water to the borax so as to allow it to dissolve before adding it into the lye and oil solution.
  • Using an immersion blender, blend until a trace forms.
  • Once a trace forms, add 2 table spoons of Lemon Essential oil
  • Mix with a spatula thoroughly and pour into the mold
  • Allow it to sit between 6 to 24 hours before unmolding
  • Allow your soap to cure for 2 to 4 weeks before using.

It takes this long for saponification to complete.

During this period, all the water and lye will have evaporated.

You can now use your soap to wash.

Here is how the soap came out 2 hours after.

homemade laundry soap bars

Check out the soap after cut.

how to make laundry bar soap at home

To enjoy the soap, you will have to wait for two to four weeks.

Watch the video of this DIY project below

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