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Try making a coconut milk conversion, freezing it and when ready to add first allow it to melt t a slushy consistency. This way the sugars will not burn in the milk and cause browning in cp or hp soap.
Use dry in your bath bombs, salts, and other dry formulations.
When used in bath bombs it helps them spin.
Usage rate 3 to 5% for a creamy bar. Some add it at trace as well.
Lotions & Creams: 2-10% Milk Bath: 75-100%
Shelf life: 1 year
300g/10.7 oz Food Grade
INCI: Cocos Nucifera Extract, maltodextrin, sodium caseinate, sodium phosphate
Country of Origin: Malaysia
Create soothing soaps, lotions and creams with coconut milk powder.
coconut milk conversion: 190 ml warm water add 1/2 cup of powder for 1 cup of coconut milk
coconut cream conversion: 165 ml warm water add 3/4 cup coconut milk powder for 1 cup of coconut cream
It has become very popular to use coconut milk in cp soap these days. Due to the sugars in coconut milk, cp soap can scorch and burn. Not only if one soaps hot but during saponification. Some will put their just poured soap in the freezer. Here are a few ways to do it:
Try making a coconut milk conversion, freezing it and when ready to add first allow it to melt t a slushy consistency. This way the sugars will not burn in the milk and cause browning in cp or hp soap
This is what some soapers are doing: Mix lye and water at 1:1 ratio. Add your coconut milk directly into oils (which is the difference between the 1 to 1 ratio in order to make up the difference) and then add all your lye solution to my oils.
Hi Naomi, yes it is
A slurry can be done as well. And usage would vary depending on the strength of the milk benefits that you want. Recommend starting with 1 Tsp of powder per pound.
You bet it is at 10% for a nice silky feel.
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