Tropical Sea Salt Soap
Tropical Sea Salt Soap with the scent of mango, coconut and plumeria, this soap will transport your mind to a tropical paradise.
My Tropical Sea Salt Soaps are made withwith lots of coconut oil to make up for all the salt. They tend to be a very bubbly, hard and hold scent well. This is a more cleansing bar than one without sea salt so great for anyone who likes to feel squeaky clean.
My tropical scent is mango, coconut and plumeria (the Hawaiian flower). Great to satisfy (momentarily) the desire to be in a tropical paradise.
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.