Cold Process Soap: Mangosteen Inspired Soap Malaysia (Recipe Guide on How To Make DIY)

Wednesday, 18 July 2018


Hi guys! Today we will be making a face and body mangosteen inspired soap. You will need to combine an oil mix with lye. This method of making this soap is called the cold process soap. 

We love this method because it uses natural oils and can be considered as a 100% Natural Soap. It doesn't use the synthetic detergents like the ones available commercially currently. 

The oil mix consists of castor oil, olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil which has anti-aging properties, as palm oil is rich with vitamin E. 

The oils also are a great cleansing and moisturizing agent leaving your skin soft and supple. 

For the soap to look like its namesake add violet mica and sparkle silver mica giving it an interesting mix of colors. 

Finally add, red ruby grapefruit fragrance oil which has a bold, fruit smell making this a delicious smelling soap. Make sure you don’t mistake it for the real thing!

DIY: Papaya Inspired Soap (Cold Process Method) in Malaysia

Tuesday, 17 July 2018


Hi Guys! Today we will be teaching you how to make a Perfect Papaya Lathering Bar. This is using the traditional method of making soap called the -cold process soap method. This method makes soap using natural oils and its considered 100% natural. 

Firstly you will need an oil mix which consists of castor oil, olive oil, coconut oil, and palm oil. 

Then combine it with lye to make the soap. 

The different oils in the skin provides the skin with benefits such as moisturising and has antioxidant properties which gives your skin a more youthful look. 

Next add mango papaya fragrance oil which gives the soap and amazing uplifting tropical smell. You will think you are on an island! 

Add saffron mica and titanium dioxide mica which will give you a nice color. 

Finally add soap shavings and curls, making the soap look truly yummy.

How To Make: Brazilian Guava Inspired Cold Process Soap in Malaysia

Monday, 16 July 2018


Hi all! Today we will be giving the amazing recipe for the Brazilian Green Guava Inspired Soap. 

We will be using the cold process soap making method to make the soaps from this week’s How To Make Recipes. These soaps are made more traditionally and are 100% Natural. 

Its exactly like the soaps that you used to get 10-20 years ago (when soaps were real soaps and not some synthetic detergent :-)) 

But soaps from the olden days were boring; so in this week’s recipe; we will show you how to make these traditional soaps with a twist! We want to make them look like a fruit! 

First you need to combine an oil mix with lye. 

The oil mix consists of castor oil, olive oil, coconut oil and palm oil. 

Each of these oils provide the skin with an array of benefits from moisturizing to being anti-inflammatory. 

For example, castor oil revitalizes your skin as it is a great moisturizer. 

Next add a fresh basil essential oil, which makes your skin glow as well as fights infections on your skin. 

Green tea fragrance oil is also added to promote fresh scent.

Finally, add jade green mica, chromium green mica and titanium dioxide mica to have that enticing colors

How To Make: Kueh Onde Onde Inspired Soap

Thursday, 12 July 2018


In conjunction with Raya, today we will be teaching you how to make Kuih Onde Onde soap. 

It has a transparent soap base, which helps attract moisture keeping your skin moisturized even after several hours of using it making it great for sensitive and dry skin. 

For the appetizing smell of the kuih add vanilla extract fragrance oils with creamy coconut fragrance oils. 

To give the soap the green of the kuih add green mica. 

Finally add grated soap to replicate the delicious coconut toppings of the kuih onde onde.

 
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