"Pear-Lishish" Soap Recipe

Submitted By:

Donna of Seattle, WA

Summary:

Easy to make, soothing, emollient

Ingredients:

6.4 oz coconut oil
1.9 oz. illipe butter
4.8 oz. kokum butter
2.2 oz lanolin
3.8 oz mango butter
6.4 oz. palm kernal oil
3.2 oz. palm oil
3.2 oz. shea butter
11.5 oz water
4.5 oz. lye
superfat with 1.1 oz meadowfoam oil and 1.1 oz of avocado oil
.7 oz to 1.0 oz pearberry fragrance

Instructions:

(Follow all safety procedures for Cold Process Soapmaking). Warm oils over low/medium heat, just until melted. Mix lye/water in heat-proof glass. Cool water/lye and oils to 80 to 90 degrees. Slowly pour lye/water mixture into oil stirring gently. Continue to stir to light trace. Add meadowfoam/avocado oil and fragrance, continue to stir to trace. Pour into molds. Cover and insulate 24 hrs. This recipe seems to work in any mold, fancy, cheap, whatever and pops out easily after a day or two. Cure for 3 to 4 weeks. Makes 2 pounds or 6 to 8 bars of soap, depending on your mold.



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