Tea Rose Enchantment Recipe

Submitted By:

Clayton of Harlingen, TX


A Valentine's Day Soap - Designed for skin problems


Castor Oil 2 oz.
Coconut Oil 31 oz.
Grapeseed Oil 20 oz.
Olive Oil 21 oz.
Palm Oil 8 oz.
Safflower Oil 40 oz.
Stearic Acid 3 oz.
Lard 12 oz
4 Oz. Castor Oil
1 Oz. Iron Oxide Colorant
¼ Cup Aloe Vera Sap
1 Oz. Vitamin E
¼ Cup Oatmeal Flour
4 Oz. Tea Rose Oil
Lye Water
18 oz. Lye
4 Cups Distilled Water


Mix the lye water solution and set aside. Mix the additives and set aside. Mix oils and heat to 110-120 degrees F. Pour oil into mixing bucket. Add in lye solution, stirring vigourosly to prevent stearic acid induced seizing. As mixture thickens, add additives.
This recipe was created through the magic of Linear Programming with the intent to help relatives and friends with skin problems. It has a high percentage of Oleic & Linoleic Acid for the sake of conditioning. Normally, fragrances are irritants, but Tea Rose Oil actually has healing properties, anti-depressant properties, and even aphrodesiac properties. The Iodine value is 105, above the preferred value of 100. It has 14% superfatting, above the reccommended normal range of 10%. An ideal Valentine's Day Gift to the Girl of your Dreams, or even your Mother.

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