Creating foamy, bubbly, lathery™ facial cleansing grains: Choosing humectants and botanical extracts (part three)

In part one, we took a look at the formula for a foamy, bubbly, lathery™ cleansing grains with botanicals and powdered surfactants and vitamins and so much more. In part two, we looked at the solid surfactants we might choose for this product. In part three, we considered a few humectants and botanical extracts. Today,...

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Creating foamy, bubbly, lathery™ facial cleansing grains: Choosing surfactants (part two)

Yesterday, we took a look at the formula for a foamy, bubbly, lathery™ cleansing grains with botanicals and powdered surfactants and vitamins and so much more. Today, let’s take a look at the ingredients and why I used what I used! Choosing your surfactants! The first thing to consider are the powdered surfactants you’ll use...

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Creating foamy, bubbly, lathery™ facial cleansing grains: The formula (part one)

I created these formulas back in 2018 and shared them in my e-book, It’s not easy being green (part one), back in 2019, then taught it in my classes at Windy Point Soap Making Supplies later that year. I love these powdered skin cleansers, and was a bit shocked when I realized I hadn’t shared...

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Blast from the past: “An Apple a day” foaming facial cleanser and modifications

I’m putting together a list of things I need to make over the next week or two as I start re-stocking our bathroom cupboard with everything we might need over the next six months. My first priority is to make a batch of facial cleanser as I think I have maybe three days’ worth left?...

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Creating a foaming facial cleanser with Plantapon® TF: Clary sage, tea tree & chamomile for dry to normal skin types (formula), part two

Welcome back to part two! We’re making foaming facial cleansers using Plantapon® TF (INCI: Decyl Glucoside (and) Polyglyceryl-10 Caprylate/Caprate (and) Coco Glucoside (and) Glyceryl Oleate, a blend of gentle to mild, non-ionic foamy, bubbly, lathery surfactants and non-ionic thickeners and emollients that can create tear-free cleansers with a skin friendly pH of 4.5 to 5.5,...

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