|Avocado Oil||3.2 ounces||Calculating...|
|Castor Oil||3.2 ounces||Calculating...|
|Coconut Oil (76 deg)||19.2 ounces||Calculating...|
|Olive Oil||35.2 ounces||Calculating...|
|Shea Butter||3.2 ounces||Calculating...|
|Chilled Aloe Vera Juice||24.32 ounces|
|Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH)||256.6 grams|
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Special Ingredients24.32 oz. aloe vera juice, 4 teaspoons sodium lactate, 60 grams lightly ground oatmeal, 4 teaspoons Indian healing clay powder (calcium bentonite), 2 teaspoon Moroccan red clay powder, 1 teaspoon coarse sodium bentonite clay, 2 teaspoon hardwood activated charcoal powder, 1 oz. beau brummel cybilla fragrance oil.
Combine all oils. Add the sodium lactate to the cooled lye water mixture. Add the lye water to the oils and bring to a very light trace. Add the fragrance oils and blend well. Pour a fifth of the batch into a separate bowl and add the charcoal powder. Add the clays and ground oatmeal to what is remaining. Drizzle the charcoal mixture into the main bowl and add a few swirls by hand. Pour the entire mixture into the soap mold.
My batch of Man Soap (18th Century Gentleman’s Club) has been one of my favorite soaps to use and give away so far, but many people I know don’t like the idea of animal fats in soap even though I think it makes wonderful soap. This revision was an attempt to reproduce the recipe without using animal fats. This time I also decided to double down on the moisturizing properties since the 18th Century Gentleman’s Club fragrance was so inspired by the dandy Beau Brummel.