Wednesday, 9 June 2010

Ginger Spice Recipe

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Ginger Spice part 1 - The Curls
BASE OILS:
Sunflower 600.96 gr
Stearic Acid 42.93 gr
Coconut 429.26 gr
Palm 1073.14gr
LYE & WATER:
Lye 290.5g Discount: 7%
Water 727.7g
ADDITIVES:
Base Oil: Carrot Oil 45.53 ml
Color: Orange PT 72.84 ml
MIX Carrot and Orange colour tog.
Heat your oils to - 100 F
Cool your water to H2O- 100 F
Once they are at the correct temps then add your Lye to your oils and stick blend until trace. Add the colour and carrot oil then pour into your mould.
Leave overnight to set, then take out of the mould, cut into slices and curl it.
Ginger Spice part 2
BASE OILS:
Sunflower 190.40 gr
Stearic Acid 13.60 gr
Coconut 136 gr
Wooden Spoon 340 gr
ADDITIVES:
EO: Cinnamon 7.62 ml
EO: Ginger 3.81 ml
EO: Orange 7.62 ml
Powders: Orris root powder 1.52 ml
LYE & WATER:
Lye 92g Discount: 7%
Water 231g
Place your curls in your mould.
Heat your oils to - 100 F
Cool your water to H2O- 100 F
Once they are at the correct temps then add your Lye to your oils and stick blend until trace.
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Add your Essential Oils, blend a little more.
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Pour the oil and lye mix into your mould being careful not to mess up your curls.
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Cover with an old blanket to keep warm and leave over night. Turn out from the mould and cut, leave to cure for 4-6 weeks.

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