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  • Created: 2019-10-21
  • Last Updated: 1 Year, 1 Week ago

Recipe Totals

Liquid Required 6 oz 170.1 g
NaOH Weight 1.61 oz 45.75 g
KOH Weight 2.52 oz 71.31 g at 90% Purity
Lye Weight 4.13 oz 117.06 g
Oil Weight 20 oz 566.99 g
Fragrance Oil Weight 0.6 oz 17.01 g
Superfat 0%
Total Batch Weight 32.23 oz 913.66 g913.65860401837
Lye Concentration 40.77%
NaOH / KOH Ratio 50% / 50%
Liquid : Lye Ratio 1.45 1.4530517116252 :1
Saturated : Unsaturated 6262.3:38 37.7

Recipe Properties

Property % Recommended
Bubbly Lather 43 14 - 46
Cleansing 38 12 - 22
Condition 32 44 - 69
Hardness 62 29 - 54
Longevity 24 25 - 50
Creamy Lather 29 16 - 48
Iodine 41 41 - 70
Ins 187 136 - 165

Fatty Acids %

Lauric 24
Myristic 9
Palmitic 8
Stearic 16
Ricinoleic 5
Oleic 19
Linoleic 7
Linolenic 1

Liquid and NaOH

Liquid Required 6 oz 170.1 g
NaOH Weight 1.61 oz 45.75 g
KOH Weight 2.52 oz 71.31 g at 90% Purity
Lye Weight 4.13 oz 117.06 g

Recipe Oils, Fats and Waxes

Oil % Ounces Grams
Coconut Oil, 76 deg 30 6 170.1
Palm Kernel Oil Flakes, hydrogenated 20 4 113.4
Shea Butter 15 3 85.05
Crisco, new w/palm 10 2 56.7
Avocado Oil 5 1 28.35
Canola Oil 5 1 28.35
Castor Oil 5 1 28.35
Coconut Oil, fractionated 5 1 28.35
Stearic Acid 5 1 28.35
Total 100 20 566.99566.99

Custom Additives

Add with the liquid
Salt 1.5 tsp
Sugar 1.5 tsp
Add at trace
Clay 1.5 tbsp
Sodium Lactate 1 tsp

Additional Ingredients

Graph: Recipe Properties %

  • 80
  • 70
  • 60
  • 50
  • 40
  • 30
  • 20
  • 10
  • 0
  • Bubbly
  • Cleansing
  • Condition
  • Hardness
  • Longevity
  • Creamy
  • 46
    14
    42.8
  • 22
    12
    38.3
  • 69
    44
    32.25
  • 54
    29
    62.3
  • 50
    25
    24
  • 48
    16
    28.5

Graph: Fatty Acids %

  • 30
  • 20
  • 10
  • 0
  • Lauric
  • Myristic
  • Palmitic
  • Stearic
  • Ricinoleic
  • Oleic
  • Linoleic
  • Linolenic
  • 24.3
  • 9.15
  • 8.25
  • 15.75
  • 4.5
  • 19.35
  • 7.35
  • 1.05

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1 Comments

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  • S soapergalnguy 1 Year Reply

    if youre using salt dont use the sodium lactate...they both do the same thing. and if you are going to use the sodium lactate...its 1 tsp per pound of oils...so you would need 2 tsp....and you wouldnt need the salt....one or the other. if you would use both, you would end up with a seized up crumbled soap