In this confinement in which we find ourselves, several have resorted to new activities that help you cope in the days of isolationsome have discovered new talents, others have dedicated themselves to grow old, but this time also gives us the opportunity to give a break to our skin, and it is now that we are home, it’s time to explore other lands with natural products that we work in our ‘skin care’ routine.
A product that is simple to make in our sheetr and that will help our skin look fresh and free of impurities is a soap. There are several recipes on the Internet that you can follow with ease, but there is one in special that allows your complexion to look perfect and it is very easy to do.
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It is a homemade soap, coffee, oats, and oils that you can do in your home, it is because you want to acquire a new hobby or because you want to pamper yourself for a while.
To achieve this you only need: 250 ml coconut oil, 370 ml olive oil, 90 grams of caustic soda caustic (sodium hydroxide), 233 ml of coffee, 1 tablespoon of leftover coffee grounds and 1/3 cup of oat bran.
After with a lot of caution, in ventilated area, and with the team because ( gloves, goggles, face mask), pour the caustic soda caustic in the coffee (always add the caustic soda to the liquid, not the other way around) and stir to dissolve. Then melt over low heat the coconut oil (until solid) and add the olive oil. With a gauge of steel compares the temperature of the solution of soda caustic and the coffee, adjust until they are within a degree or two or each other, between 100 and 110 degrees.
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Once it has happened, pour the solution of soda and coffee in the oils, use a whisk to emulsify until the mixture begins to thicken and the texture resembles a pudding. When the soap has thickened, add the coffee grounds and oat bran and stir.
Have the hand molds because then you will have to pour the mixture in them and with care strikes until no air bubbles are in them, cover with parchment paper and then wrap each with a towel to insulate it. After 24 to 48 hours, remove the towel and remove the soap from the mold. Finally, you should leave them to cure in a cool and well-ventilated for four weeks, this allows the excess water to evaporate.