Homemade Soap Recipes.
Jasmine Oil Handmade Soap.
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Essential oils for Acne.
How to make natural soap. Soap making instructions.
Jasmine Oil has the most distictive and beautiful fragrance, as anyone who has walked close to and amongst jasmine plants, experiencing the aroma of fragrant jasmine flowers, late in the night ....and had their limbic system overwhelmed with intoxicating jasmine perfume will wholeheartedly agree .... it is my absolute favorite aroma !
The benefits of jasmine are vast, probably it is best known as an aphrodisiac, the lure of jasmine perfume and its wearer have been well documented over the centuries !
Originally from the Far East, the jasmine plant is now grown world-wide, from China to India to Egypt to Morocco and into Europe. Jasmine oil is fantastic for natural skin care, for soothing irritated and sensitive skin - wether dry or greasy, it is especially good for acne - sensitive skin care treatment at its best ! Jasmine oil is a cell regenerator which makes it wonderful for mature dry skin or skin that has wrinkles and scar tissue.
Apart from having the most uplifting, rich warm scent and natural skincare attributes other benefits of jasmine oil are its anti-inflammatory qualities, it is an antiseptic, antidepressant, antispasmodic and a great hormone balancer, with a capacity to put you right back into sync !
This jasmine homemade soap recipe is a natural skincare dream - it combines olive oil for skin (olive oil for acne is fantastic - follow this link for more information) and jasmine oil - pure and simple, beautifully fragranced jasmine perfume soap which is effective for all your skincare needs :)
How to make Homemade Soap.
Soap making Ingredients, all weighed out on a scale.
20 oz of Olive oil
2.5 oz Lye
7.5 oz Water
30 drops Jasmine Oil
Equipment that you need.
2 wooden spoons
Eye protection and rubber gloves (health and safety !)
Plastic cartons or silicone cake molds.
Soapmaking instructions for Jasmine Oil Soap.
1. Put water into jug, place jug in sink.
2.Open window, don eye-protection and rubber gloves.
3.Gently sprinkle lye into the water, mix gently,with wooden spoon, it will get very hot.
Take care not to splash it about.
4.Leave the jug in the sink.
5.Heat the oil in the steel pan, over a gentle heat until it reaches 110F, use the candy thermometer.
6.Test lye temperature when it is also 110F, gently add into the heated oil.
7.Mix lye and oil together using the stick blender.....carefully !
8.When the mixture resembles creamy custard and is at the point where a drizzle of the mix will lay briefly on top of the mixture, "trace" has been reached.
9.Add the jasmine oil into the mixture, give the mix one last gentle zizz with the stick blender to fully incorporate the final ingredients.
Thats It !
Now pour the mixture into your chosen mold.
Smooth down mix.
Cover with greaseproof paper.
Wrap blankets over the top and walk away for 2 days.
After 48 hours, take out of the molds.
Place onto greaseproof paper and leave for 5 weeks to "cure".
After 5 weeks the soap is ready.
Enjoy your heavenly Jasmine Oil handmade soap !
Follow the links below to discover how to use essential oils in your home, for beauty and health, for cooking, for cleaning, in soapmaking and also how to grow herbs. The wonderful scent of jasmine perfume at night is fabulous.Why not try growing your own jasmine plants ?
Why not go to the Make Soap page for more homemade soap recipes, see the link below to try some easy Olive Oil soap recipes.
All of the recipes use only Olive Oil, Essential Oils and Herbs, there are many to choose from, if you would like know more about each respective herb or oil take a look at the navigation bar on the left-hand side of the page to find out more.
Go to the Jasmine page - To discover more benefits of jasmine oil.
Go to the Health - Olive Oil Benefits
Go to the Uses for Olive Oil Page
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