How to Make Coconut Soap at home Making coconut oil soap at home is a challenging yet rewarding endeavor. Coconut is a common ingredient in many soaps. Through either the addition of coconut oil and/or coconut milk. If you want to make your own soap with the use of one of these ingredients, this how to make coconut soap will guide you through the process.
There are two methods that can be used to make coconut soap: either by using coconut oil as part of your oil base or replacing all or part of the water with coconut milk in the soap recipes. How to make coconut oil soap at home is a fairly easy process if you follow and check all facts. Always follow all safety precautions. Coconut oil soap has become wildly popular and normally outsells other soaps two to one. What makes soaps really unique is the type of mold used. In This process discussed in this article we will be replacing the water in the soap with coconut milk.
All cookware used must me porcelain glass or stainless.Be sure to get pots pans and equipment that’s big enough to make the batch size you are making. Protect tables skin, and eyes.wear old clothes, goggles, gloves. Use non stick spray or other things can be used to prepare molds.You can find all scents oils lyes and fats on line or at local hobby stores. In this case we will be extracting the coconut oil directly from coconuts. To make coconut oil from home. Please remember to always work in a well ventilated area. For safety sake. All soaps are made of three basic ingredients, Water (Distilled), Lye and oils. These ingredients can be tailored to get the right amount of suds and moisturizing effect.
Take a fresh coconut and remove the meat. Put in blender and add enough water to allow it to mix easily. Mix it well. Remove solution and put in a nut strainer cloth and squeeze out coconut milk. You can dehydrate the coconut meat left over and use it in cakes flours or shakes.