Super rich and creamy recipe made with real heavy cream.
Recipe for Vanilla Creme’ Cold Process Soap
— Makes 5 lbs.
18.9 ozs Distilled Water
8.2 ozs Lye
24 ozs Coconut Oil
24 ozs Olive Oil
7 ozs Palm Oil
3 ozs Scent @ trace
Add 2 ozs of heavy cream at trace (cold, not frozen)
Scent: 1.5oz Vanilla Fragrance Oil & 1.5oz Vanilla EO (warmed a little)
Additive: Whole oats
Prepare your water and lye by weighing out and adding the lye to the water. Let cool to 100-110 degrees. Prepare your oils by weighing each of them and heating them together until they are melted to 100-110 degrees. Add the cooled lye/water mixture to your oils and blend and stir with the stick blender, but do not bring to full trace. (*Note: full trace is achieved by continuously stick blending the batter). Stirring and stick blending at intervals makes a finer texture soap. Add a 1/4 cup of whole oats (optional), add your warmed vanilla fragrance and essential oil to the batter and blend in.
Slowly add 2 ozs of heavy cream at the very end and blend through. We did not insulate the loaf and cut it into bars the next day. It will darken to a rich brown in a few days. Let cure 3-4 wks.
This is a rustic, rich vanilla soap with a super creamy lather and feel. Enjoy!
All supplies by Pvsoap.com