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28.3.13

"Honey Soldier"

Иако има машко, грубо име, овој сапун е, всушност, толку нежен, дeка им одговара на сите типови на кожа, дури и на најсувата.


Зошто мислам дека овој сапун е нежен и благ?



Вообичаено,  процентот на масла богати со витамини, амино-киселини и други активни состојки се движи од 5-15% за секое од нив и со тоа се добива одличен сапун. Меѓутоа, овој сапун ги надминува нормите, кои сапунџијете ги практикуваат за негувачкото дејстие на сапунот.


Богат е со рицинусово масло, кое што го има дупло од количината што се препорачува за благи, нежни сапуни со многу меурчиња, како и какао путер, који исто така го надминува вообичајниот процент. Но, тоа не е се!
Во овој сапун се наоѓа и мед, како уште едан хумектант, за кој сите знаеме који му се бенефитите. Медот е природен антибиотик, има антибактеријско дејствие, а многу се користи и во козметичките препарати, а во домашнате ракотворби е најчеста состојка за  маски за лице.  За крај, да додадам и дека е сапун направен со додаток на јогурт, што ќе ви ја направи кремастата пена, така да, со сите напред наведени состојки, ќе имате чувство дека се бањате со крема.
Во сапунот се вметнати топчиња, кои што исто така содржат  мед, а и додаток од кокосови трошки. Овие трошки се наменети за пилинг, но во овој сапун тој пилингот е навистина минорен, с оглед на тоа дека топчињата се мали.



Сапунот е обојен со пигменти, а мириса на зелена јабука.
Верувајте, овој сапун на сите ќе им биде фаворит за бањање. Од војник, како што името само зборува, па до најнежната дама.
Достапен од 21.04.




Состав / Ingredients: Сапонифицирани масла/ Saponified oils - Маслиново (Оlea Europaea oil), Кокосово (Cocos nucifera oil), Палмино (Elaeis guineensis oil), Рицинусово (Ricinus communis oil ), Какао путер (Theobroma cacao butter), Јогурт (Yogurt), Мед (honey), какао прав (cocoa powder), пигменти (pigments), мирис (fragrance).





'Honey Soldier' is a masculine name for a mild soap. It contains a lots of castor oil (double than suggested) and cocoa butter, SF=7% and honey and yogurt, as additives. I found that 100%  water replacement with yogurt  makes soap maybe too creamy for me (too creamy=less bubbly), but it gives really nice touch to the soap, when added at smaller amounts. I simply added honey and yogurt in my oils, before pouring L/W solution. Lately, that's how I've been adding my additives. I have enough time to incorporate them into the oils completely, which is not always the case, when adding later, at trace. 
The colours are pigments and I mixed blue ang green pigments, then wasn't happy with the result, so continued adding little bit of yellow, then some more of green.. ..   And that's how I got the colour I would have never gotten if I had wanted it. I was going for another colour, but that doesn't matter any longer. The weird thing about these (military) colours is that they have blended all together, because the first and the last layer should have been ITP swirled. The swirl is barely visible here. Even white disappeared!? At least, they look kinda natural and the soap smells like green apple, so the green is evidently here. The embeds are with coconut flour (or rather, flakes) and also contain honey.
After all, I expect it to be nice, mild, moisturizing and conditioning bar and I'm so anxious to try it. 

Have you got tired of my every-day posting? Oh, I'm so behind in posting, I can't catch up with soaps I have made.


18 comments:

  1. Love this, lovely olive green with varying shades of green! The recipe sounds so nice, and the swirl on top is the perfect finishing detail!

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    1. Thanks Cee! I got to like it,especially for its reachness of ingredients. Soaps for dry skin are definitely the most popular,so lately I tend to make much more of these.

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  2. Beautiful soap Maja! I love the swirl on top. I am loving your green colors...almost like marble. It's beautiful. With the high amount of castor oils did you have to wait a little longer to unmold? The last time I went over my recommended castor amounts my soap turned out pretty soft :(

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    1. It maybe takes longer to unmould it,but later it gets hard as any other soap. I think it's just a myth about castor oil,and if you look at lay calc.,castile will give a soft bar,which we all know it becomes rock hard after a proper cure period.
      Thanks Roxana for being here!

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  3. Divno ti izgleda sapun! Pogotovo vrh kako si uradila. Ti nama nikad nećeš dosaditi sa postovima! Uvek uživam dok ih čitam. Svaka čast! Jedva čekam sledeći. Puno pozdrava!

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    1. Hvala ti,Marija na ohrabrenju,jer imam još dva posta da objavim u najskorije vreme. Hvala i što pratiš blog!

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  4. Such a beautiful soap, Maja! Love the green and the pencil line makes the soap kind of special!Mmm, honey and yogurt, delicious combination!

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    1. I've used both,but not together. We'll see how this combo will affect the soap. It sounds ok to me,hopefully it gives mildness and moisturizing I was going for.

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    2. Thanks Nat for your sweet words!

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  5. I think the colors are pretty and the swirls on top of the soap. It doesn´t matter if you post every day. It is interesting to see what you have made.

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    1. And I forgot to say that I love castor oil. I put it in all my soaps :) I use castor oil also to clean my face.

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    2. You just made me recall that many years ago I had used castor oil for cleaning face and removing make up! I used to get it from pharmacy in a bottle of 30ml,and now,when I have plenty of it, I've forgotten to use it!? Funny!
      I use it as well,as a regular ingredient in all my recipes,but this soap is really rich with castor. Have some more 'rich' soaps waiting to be featured! So, you better haven't fed up with reading my blog (lol)! Thanks dear, for commenting!

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  6. All of the colors go so well together...sounds like a very lovely recipe with the yogurt, honey and cocoa butter in there. I think the pencil line really dresses it up, and the swirling on top is beautiful! :)

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    1. Thanks,Kalla! I expect much of this one, I will report you back once it cures. I suppose I will post my impressions (and hopefully others will) on my FB page.

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  7. Beautiful, Maja! Honey is so nice in soap. I haven't tried making soap with yogurt yet - it's on my list!

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    1. Looking forward to seeing you yougurt soap! And video,of course! Thanks, Jenny!

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  8. Odakle ti ideja da bi nam postovi o spunima ikada dosadili?:) Ovaj sapun ti je stvarno super ispao a ja jedva cekam da vidim sledeci!

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    1. Sledeći stigao,draga Goco! Hvala ti što si stalno tu!

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