How to make natural Castile cold process soap 100% extra virgin Olive oil soap making tutorial


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Today we’re making a 10lb batch of all natural Castile soap.

Castile soap is made with simply 3 substances (with an not obligatory 4th component) and they’re olive oil, Lye and Water (with Sodium Lactate being not obligatory). Castile soap is amazingly gentle, extremely mild and is acceptable for all skin sorts together with delicate skin.

Today we commence via speaking via our process, together with some protection guidelines and explaining concerning the substances that we have got selected to use.

Castile soap will all the time be extremely comfortable after being made due to the reality this is a 100% olive oil soap without a laborious oils integrated and because of this it’s going to take longer to be in a position to un-mold and it’s going to take longer to treatment (we treatment ours for 8 months!)

Castile soap may also be scented and colored however we’re leaving ours unscented and uncoloured lately to in point of fact show off some great benefits of the extra virgin olive oil that we’re the usage of.

If you want to do this recipe your self you’ll achieve this the usage of the next substances:

(These substances are sufficient for 2lb of soap, which can fill a small loaf mould)

116g Sodium Hydroxide
200g Water
908g Extra Virgin olive oil
2tsp Sodium Lactate (not obligatory however we propose the usage of it if imaginable)

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37 thoughts on “How to make natural Castile cold process soap 100% extra virgin Olive oil soap making tutorial”

  1. I’ve only made soap a handful of times, but I just love your videos and the beautiful results you get with natural colorants. I made a baby soap which was mainly olive oil in early May. I got good feedback on it from my new momma friend in October, but it’s even nicer now! I definitely want to make a true Castile soap, I think the long cure time will be more than worth it.

  2. Great video and I just love the way you explain everything in such detail! I just have one question: with the Castile Soap will you cover it with a blanket/towel after you pour it into the mould? I've seen different methods where some people cover it, some don't and some actually put in the fridge… so I'm a bit confused.
    Thank you and I'm looking forward to your new videos 🙂

  3. I enjoyed your video. I just made some castile soap on the 11th of January and unmolded it on the 18th. Then I cut it on the 23rd. I see that I had ran the hand blender a little longer than you and my trace was larger than yours. After cutting, it looked fine. 8 months, cool! I don't have to wait a year. It's been 5 years since I made soap. My skin is very dry, and castile is the only soap I used. After 5 years, my old castile is looking rather old, but still good. Thanks for the info on Sodium Lactate. 🙂

  4. Wow, what a long cure time, but what a great video! I can't get over just how many ppl I see use Pyre glass measuring pitchers to mix up their lye water… thx for mentioning that! LOLOLOL 😉 Anyways, love the video!

  5. Hey if I’m made a liquid soap, it’s been aged for about 2 weeks, and I now realize that my super fat was very less. It’s a 100% coconut oil at superfat of just 1%. It’s extremely drying, and diluting with water doesn’t help. I don’t want to use glycerine.

    Is there anyway I can now do anything about it? Can I melt it, increase its fat percent?

  6. You only live for 60 years on average, don't waste your life waiting 8 months for a bar of soap to "cure". Soap itself isn't really that necessary, it's just a modern luxury. And maybe it's even harmful to the skin as it strips away all the natural oils your body produces to act as a protective barrier. If you are going to use soap, so be it, but don't stress over it like it's the be all and end all of personal hygiene.

  7. I love the video, but I do have to say that you look like the original Lily Munster, played by Yvonne Carlo! you have a beautifully unique face, and I couldn't help but imagine Lily doing a soap tutorial!

  8. 💯 great video does. I've been researching soapmaking and you explained a lot of things I had questions about. If the sodium lactate is not used, does the recipe change (the one in the description)?

  9. I wish I had watched your video before I made my first batch!! I haven’t unmolded it yet, but now know to wait wait wait!! Without your advice I was already assuming this was a failed batch!! Thank you for saving my soap!

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