Ocean Blue Sea Salt Soap
Another way to help you escape, this very fresh and clean scent smells like a hoiday by a warm ocean. Sea Salt Soaps are made with a different recipe with lots of coconut oil to make up for all the salt. They tend to be a very bubbly, very hard and they tend to hold scent well. This is a more cleansing bar than one without sea salt so great for anyone who likes to feel squeaky clean.
Moisturizing and cleansing, this bath or hand soap is super-fatted for extra gentleness. Soaps change weight as water evaporates from them but it doesn’t change how long the last. My soaps usually weight between from 4.5 to 5 oz.
Ingredients: Saponified Oils of Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Castor Oil, Sea Salt, Fragrance and colored Mica.
Olive Oil in Soap
Olive Oil makes a luxurious soap bar and is one of the most conditioning oils available. More exotic oils might be as conditioning but aren’t as creamy and will soften a bar while costing considerably more to make.
Coconut Oil in Soap
To achieve a soap with a rich, bubbly lather, coconut oil provides plentiful bubbles but also creates a hard bar that cleans well. In fact, coconut oil is so good at cleansing that there is a real art to getting just the right ratio of ingredients to make sure it isn’t too cleansing.,
Bubbles are Best with Castor
I use Castor Oil because it is the only oil that provides so much creamy, conditioning, bubbly goodness in such a little amount. When it comes to soap, it is truly a miracle worker.
Essential Oils and Fragrances
I prefer naturally derived smells and at least half of my soaps use only natural essential oils. If I use a fragrance, I test it on myself first. I get headaches from certain fragrances and if that occurs, I don’t use the fragrance.