Masterbatching Update

MASTERBATCHING in Li’l Sis Eco-Friendly Goat Milk Soap workshop.

It was a great experience to gather all my oils and butters in large quantities and watch them slowly melt down. Gentle stirring with a large spatula endures no bubbles enter the pot.

I was able to make 2 1/2 batches of Baby Goat Soap and 2 1/2 batches of Honey Calendula.

It was a really fast and smooth process. It does take planning and preparation. You need to know which soaps you want to make. It’s great to have all Essential Oils, botanicals, and any extra additives you would like to put in your soaps. You have time to review your laid out items while your hard butters and oils, slowly melt. You also have time to tidy up your workshop. Never rush the melting process. Over heating will break down and destroy the qualities you chose your ingredients for. That spigot was a wonderful invention. No ladling or tipping a heavy pot. I was able to take out and measure my melted oils very easily and neatly.


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  • #gardenfresh


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