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Essential Soap Recipes
By Kimberly Phillips McNutt

                                                FREE RECIPES FOR YOU TO USE.....
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see my videos for that please...

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BELOW IS SOME SOAP RECIPES. 
but you must ALSO use the supperfat portion of
these recipes typed at the bottom of the recipes. 
Must have both parts to make hot process (in a crock pot) Soap.

1. Cook 2 hours 
2. add superfats with color if any
3. cook 30 more min.
4. Cool to 160 degrees
5. add EO or FO



BASE OIL PART OF THE RECIPES LISTED AT THE TOP. 
AGAIN YOU MUST ADD SUPERFATS TO THESE RECIPES. 
SEE SUPERFATS BELOW.

Any of these recipes can be used for laundry detergent. just do not add the supperfats to the soap. You do not want extra oil floating around in your washer.

ESSENTIAL SOAPS FAVORITE RECIPES (Kim)

RECIPE with Lard & Stearic Acid 
Coconut Oil, 76 deg 13oz
Lard, Pig Tallow Manteca 13oz
Soybean Oil 8oz
Stearic Acid 1oz
Lye 5.5oz
Water 13.3 oz
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RECIPE with Lard 
Coconut Oil, 76 deg 13oz
Lard, Pig Tallow Manteca 13oz
Soybean Oil 8oz
Lye 5.4oz
Water 13.3 oz



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2 POMACE OLIVE OIL RECIPES (you can use cheap yellow olive oil instead without running threw the soap cal again)

RECIPE with Olive Oil & Stearic Acid
Coconut Oil, 76 deg 13oz
Olive Oil pomace 13oz
Soybean Oil 8oz
Stearic Acid 1oz
Lye 5.4oz
Water 13.3oz
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RECIPE with Olive Oil 
Coconut Oil, 76 deg 13oz
Olive Oil pomace 13oz
Soybean Oil 8oz
Lye 5.2oz
Water 12.9oz



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Essential Depot Recipe with and without stearic acid
(you can use cheap yellow olive oil instead without running threw the soap cal again)

ESSENTIAL DEPOT NON-ANIMAL RECIPE with Stearic acid
Stearic acid 2 oz
Pomace Olive Oil 8 oz
Coconut Oil13 oz
Palm Oil 13 oz
Water 13.7
Lye 5.6

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ESSENTIAL DEPOT NON-ANIMAL RECIPE without Stearic acid
Pomace Olive Oil 8 oz
Coconut Oil13 oz
Palm Oil 13 oz
Water 13
Lye 5.3


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Essential Depot hard oil recipe this one does not need stearic acid.

ESSENTIAL DEPOT NORMAL RECIPE with beef tallow
Beef Tallow 11 oz
Palm Oil 11 oz
Coconut Oil 11 oz
Water 12.6 oz
lye 5.1 oz

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RECIPES WITH LARD AND CASTOR OIL

Recipe with Castor oil
Water 12.9 oz
Lye 5.3 oz
Castor Oil 1oz
Coconut Oil, 76 deg 13oz
Lard, Pig Tallow Manteca 13oz
Soybean Oil 7oz

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RECIPES WITH LARD, CASTOR OIL AND STEARIC

Recipe with Castor oil and Stearic Acid
Water 13.3 oz
Lye 5.4 oz
Castor Oil 1oz
Coconut Oil, 76 deg 13oz
Lard, Pig Tallow Manteca 13oz
Soybean Oil 7oz
Stearic Acid 1 oz

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RECIPES FOR PEOPLE WHO CAN NOT USE COCONUT OIL

Non-Coconut Recipes without stearic acid
Palm Kernel Oil13oz
Soybean Oil 8oz
Palm Oil 13oz
Water 13oz
Lye 5.2
on the supperfats below remove the coconut oil and increase one of the other oils.
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Non-Coconut Recipes with stearic acid
Palm Kernel Oil13oz
Soybean Oil 8oz
Palm Oil 13oz
Stearic Acid 1oz
Water 13.3oz
Lye 5.3
on the supperfats below remove the coconut oil and increase one of the other oils. 

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Supperfats are required to be used with the recipes above.
as i am doing a 0% supperfat recipe above. so 100% of all the oils or fats above will be turned into soap. so....
Used with any of these recipes above.
1 oz virgin olive oil
1 oz Shea butter
1/2 oz coconut oil
1/2 teaspoon vitamin e
1 tablespoon glycerin 
1 tablespoon spice for color on average
you can also use other oils but the same amounts for 8 percent supperfat level in your soaps.

If you wish to do a lotion bar here is the supperfats for 15 percent supperfat
remember to tell anyone who uses this soap that the tub can become more slipery.

Lotion Bar Supperfats Used with any of these recipes above.
3 oz virgin olive oil
3 oz Shea butter
1 1/2 oz coconut oil
1/2 teaspoon vitamin e
1 tablespoon glycerin 
1 tablespoon spice for color on average
you can also use other oils but the same amounts for 8 percent supperfat level in your soaps.

IF YOU WISH TO MAKE MILK SOAPS...
Take the water and divide it with the milk... about 1/2 and 1/2.
Please please watch one of my videos on how to do it. It is so easy to burn the
milk in.... milk soaps.... if you do not keep everyone just so so.

Click on the button to see my milk soap how to videos. 





So hope you enjoy
Hugs Kim
Grandma's Old Fashion Lard Soap Recipe
By Kimberly Phillips McNutt 

This is a double batch for a 7 quart or larger crock pot.

84 oz Lard
4 oz Stearic Acid
33.5 oz Water
12.5 Lye

after soap has cooked for 2 hours add

2 tablespoons Glycerin

this is about 10 percent superfat recipe


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This is a single batch for a 4 quart or larger crock pot

42 oz Lard
2 oz Stearic Acid
16.7 oz Water
6.2 Lye

after soap has cooked for 2 hours add

1 tablespoons Glycerin

this is about 10 percent superfat recipe


After soap cooks 2 1/2 hours you can cool to 160 and add 
eo or fo if you wish and mold.

BE SURE YOUR OIL AND LYE WATER IS ROOM TEMPERATURE AND BE SURE TO COOK ON LOW AND WATCH CLOSE AS THIS IS A BIG BATCH AND COULD RISE ABOVE YOU CROCK POT. DO NOT USE SMALLER CROCK POT THAN NOTED ABOVE. IF SOAP STARTS RISING TURN CROCK POT OFF FOR 10 MIN THEN ON FOR 10 MIN UNTIL SOAP STOPS COMING TO TOP OF CROCK POT. ALSO YOU CAN SET LID AJAR LETTING STEAM AND SOME HEAT OUT.

See me make this soap....  
100% Castle Soap Recipe (Olive Oil)
By Kimberly Phillips McNutt 

This recipe takes 2 months to cure.

This is a double batch for a 7 quart or larger crock pot.

75 oz Pomace Olive Oil or Cheap Yellow Olive Oil
8 oz Stearic Acid
31.6 oz Water
11.1 Lye

After soap has cooked for 2 hours add

9 oz First Press Cold Press Extra Virgin Olive Oil (the green oil)
2 tablespoons Glycerin

This is about 10 percent superfat recipe


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This is a single batch for a 4 quart or larger crock pot

37.5 oz Pomace Olive Oil or Cheap Yellow Olive Oil
4 oz Stearic Acid
15.8 oz Water
5.5 Lye

After soap has cooked for 2 hours add

4.5 oz First Press Cold Press Extra Virgin Olive Oil (the green oil)
1 tablespoons Glycerin

This is about 10 percent superfat recipe


Qfter soap cooks 2 1/2 hours you can cool to 160 and add eo or fo if you wish and mold.


THIS SOAP CAN GETS THICK AND GELS FAST WHEN YOU ADD 
LYE WATER TO OIL. 

BE SURE YOUR OIL AND LYE WATER IS ROOM TEMPERATURE AND BE SURE TO COOK ON LOW AND WATCH CLOSE AS THIS IS A BIG BATCH AND COULD RISE ABOVE YOU CROCK POT AND IT GELS FAST. DO NOT USE SMALLER CROCK POT THAN NOTED ABOVE. IF SOAP STARTS RISING TURN CROCK POT OFF FOR 10 MIN THEN ON FOR 10 MIN UNTIL SOAP STOPS COMING TO TOP OF CROCK POT. ALSO YOU CAN SET LID AJAR LETTING STEAM AND SOME HEAT OUT.

See me make this soap....... 





Just like your grandpa use to make. Pine Tar Hot Process Soap.

How to add Pine Tar to Hot Process Soap.

I recommend you use one of my recipes or do the superfats as I do so you
have more fluid soap. Adding the superfats at the end will help with the thickness
the pine tar adds to the soap and making it easier to mold.


After soap cooks for 2 hours add

10 percent pine tar with your supperfats.

cook 30 more min.

if you wish you can....
then cool to 160 and add eo or fo and mold.

HERE IS MY FREE RECIPES YOU COULD USE IF YOU LIKE....
ESSENTIAL SOAPS FAVORITE RECIPES (Kim)

RECIPE with Lard & Stearic Acid 
Coconut Oil, 76 deg 13oz
Lard, Pig Tallow Manteca 13oz
Soybean Oil 8oz
Stearic Acid 1oz
Lye 5.5oz
Water 13.3 oz
_______________________
RECIPE with Lard 
Coconut Oil, 76 deg 13oz
Lard, Pig Tallow Manteca 13oz
Soybean Oil 8oz
Lye 5.4oz
Water 13.3 oz
Superfats are required to be used with the recipe above.
as i am doing a 0% superfat recipe above. so 100% of all the oils or 
fats above will be turned into soap. so....
Used with the recipe above.
1 oz virgin olive oil
1 oz Shea butter
1/2 oz coconut oil
1/2 teaspoon vitamin e
1 tablespoon glycerin 
1 tablespoon spice for color on average
you can also use other oils but the same amounts for 8 percent superfat 
level in your soaps.​
See me make this soap....... 





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1. This has been written by Kimberly McNutt of Essential Soap. No words here or on this site has been reviewed or authorized by Essential depot.

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4. It has been reported to me that my labels and website has been reported to the FDA more than any large company. All complaints have came from other soapers and HAVE NOT CAME FROM dissatisfied customers. 

5. I have answered all concerns the FDA has requested of me.
Each of their emails and all of their phone calls have been responded to by me personally.

6. I make repeated phone calls to the FDA when I add a new product to my website.

6. I DO NOT FEEL I am an expert on FDA policy. I also DO NOT WISH to teach FDA rules or guideline in my videos. So where I may opt to add some SMALL information in more recent videos I DO NOT WISH to take on the burden of teach New Soapers or Old Soapers FDA labeling or guidelines. I Try to keep to the Health benefits of homemade soap and reading about Essential Oil benefits online in my videos. 
I DO LOVE ESSENTIAL OILS and hope if you soap or need essential oils you will buy them from essential depot.

7. What I do share is good to have on your soap or similar product labels. 

  a. Company name.
  b. Product name.
  c. Product weight.
  d. Ingredients largest to smallest listed.
  e. Company address.
  f. Customer service phone number.
  g. Use or washing instructions.
  h. Product usage warning if any in red ink.
  i. Do not use the word rash, cure or treatment.
  j. Your website is considered a part of your product label.
  k. The EPA regulates products that ward bugs or kill bugs on people 
      and animals. The EPA restricts the use of the words... Bug, Kill and Ward      on products without you have contacted them and completed the fees          and paper work required. I am not fully up on what is required by the              EPA to be able to use these words on product labels and names. 


Thanks Kimberly McNutt
of Essential Soap