White Camellia Oil Soap

I find White Camellia Oil Soap pristinely beautiful....smooth, creamy and delicately white. Sometimes less is more and that holds true with this soap.

This palm free recipe produces a nice hard bar that has a great creamy lather. I left this recipe unscented and uncoloured for those with sensitive skin but feel free to embellish it to your hearts content.

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Remember when selecting scents for this recipe to stick with ones that do not discolour the soap if you want to maintain the white colour of the bar.

If you want to increase the amount of coconut milk in this recipe, simply reduce the amount of water used to dissolve the lye and increase the milk to be added at trace.

Don't reduce the water too much though...if you want lots of coconut milk, fortify the milk with powdered milk instead. 

White Camellia Oil Soap

White Camellia Oil Soap Ingredients

Camellia Oil  -  90 gr.  |  3.18 oz.  |  10%

Coconut Oil  -  225 gr.  |  7.94 oz.  |  25%

Olive Oil  -  315 gr.  |  11.11 oz.  |  35%

Shea Butter  -  135 gr.  |  4.76 oz.  |  15%

Avocado Oil  -  90 gr.  |  3.18 oz.  |  10%

Castor Oil  -  45 gr.  |  1.6 oz.  |  5%

Distilled Water  -  270 gr.  | 9.52 oz.  

Coconut Milk  -  54 gr.  |  1.91 oz.  

Lye  -  124.79 gr.  |  4.40 oz.  

Water as % of Oils = 36

Super Fat/Discount = 5%

White Camellia Oil Soap Instructions

Make the camellia oil soap base following the instructions for your preferred soap making method on "The Process" page and incorporate the following steps.

  • Do not mix the coconut milk in with the water and lye solution...hold it back until the soap batter reaches a thin trace.
  • Once the soap reaches a thin trace, you can add the slightly warmed coconut milk.
  • Continue to stick blend the soap batter until a thick trace is reached and pour into your soap mould.
  • Finish up as per the instructions for the method you are using.

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