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


Ingredients Needed

  1. Coconut Oil 
  2. Olive Oil 
  3. Palm Oil 
  4. Castor Oil 
(In the tutorial video, 1-4 are the oil mix)
  1. SoapLab’s Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH) Pastilles 
  2. Distilled Water  
  3. Fresh Basil Essential Oil 
  4. Green Tea Fragrance Oil 
  5. Titanium Dioxide Colour Pigment
  6. Green Colour Pigment 
  7. Chromium Green Colour Pigment

Equipments You Will Need:

  1. Heat Resistant Containers
  2. Spatula/ Stirer (Can Also be kitchen Spoon)
  3. Weighing Scale (Digital)
For more info on what other equipments you will need to start making handmade skincare; click here


Watch Video How To Make:



Download PDF Recipe




When You Purchase The Recipe (Formulation)

This recipe includes measurement and steps on how to make. 
(P/S: these are proper measurement that are tested. Its all by weight and using scales. 
We strongly disagree to using cups and spoons as measurement because every ingredients has different density and it can produce different results. Always use weight as measurement so that you produce a good quality and safe product. Skincare making is not like baking! it requires proper knowledge of ingredients you use!)

Caution!

  1. Always test the product on your skin for allergic test first. Click here to find out how to do so
  2. If you are selling this product, advice your consumers to do allergic test first
  3. Make sure all your utensils and work surface is clean and sterilise as dirty area and utencils can reduce shelf life of scrub
  4. Do not add in any Fresh ingredients that can spoil easily as this will reduce the shelf life of product. Click here to find out more
  5. If applying on face, avoid citrus based or sandalwood essential oil as Malaysian weather will cause your skin to be easily sun burnt. Wear sun protection if add these Essential oils.
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  7. If you are interested to start a business in skincare but not sure how; join our FB SoapLab Malaysia Club here. (Monthly charges applies)
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