Pure Bastille Gaultheria Oatmeal Soap

If you always saw our instastory, our previous experiments taught us to always have hot-process method for getting a safe luxury-feel nutritious soap. So, this time we made a soap containing gaultheria oil, as its wintergreen aroma always reminded us of a big delicious glass of root beer. We love it so much. Again, we …

O&A Horizon

With the result of experiment no.13, putting vitamin B₃ with hot-process method ensured us that the niacinamide did not change into niacin, although it went through 60°C. The fruity-type fragrance was well blooming with no trace of aroma from matcha and cocoa powder I had added before. We wondered how it would affect my skin …

Warm Matcha

With the result of experiment no.12, we continued to look for the best way to fortify the soap. We added vitamin B₃ solution to the mixed oil which had been saponified enough until its light-trace phase. Still, there were a little bit fishy aroma when we stirred the batter, indicating that the amide group were …

Yummy Mandarijn

If you browse every handmade soap in the market, you will always find only melt-and-pour, cold-processed, or hot-processed (or even rebatched) soap with many colors or shapes that could melt your heart. They could contain expensive, exclusive, or exotic oils, but they were saponified anyway. Any nutrition contained in them were always consider as a …

Blue Ocean Swirling Soap

This time we made another soaps from 380 grams of Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, Brassica campestris seed oil, and Olea europaea (olive) fruit oil. It had been a while since the last time we used synthetic colorants. cause we made it with an ocean photomodel, we picked a related theme to her. We chose blue …

Tapir Skin Bastille Soap

There is always the first time for everything. So, today we made some bastille soaps. Well, it’s a term for barsoap containing 70% Olea europaea (olive) oil and 30% any hard oil. It should have a milder texture and longer curing time than other barsoap. As inspired by tapir skin color, we made the batter …

Arabica Coffee Beans Soap

It was our first time for hot-processed soap. Using @greenfields.id Fresh Milk with half-and-half solution method, we made it by using some Arabica coffee beans as hard scrub for the soap. It was quite interesting that using a milk box as the mold would result to unbelievably monstrous mess. The size was very bulky and …

Bre#st Milk Chocolate Soap

Experiencing soap containing cow/goat milk is such an affordable bathing pleasure that everyone can get from the market. But what about your own body milk? One of our colleague requested us to craft a soap made from her baby’s dairy food. As in 100% water replacement method, the white nutritious liquid was previously put in …