Cool Moisturizing Soap Recipe




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Introduction: Cool Moisturizing Soap Recipe

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Today I'm going to show you a cool soap recipe I picked up from TV, I tried it one night and It was soon awesome.

Please leave a comment on what you think.

Step 1: Items Needed: 1,2,&3

Your going to need Hyrdogin Peroxide, Dish Soap, and Baking Powder.

Step 2: Step 1: Mix

Take your three ingredients if you want 1 cup of it put 1 cup of both th BP and HP but not for soap instead you put around 1/3 of the actual amount. I hope you like this. Please leave a comment.



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    Actually this will be a liquid soap. It's really good for cleaning dishes and is best for removing bad odors. I researched online and this is also used to get skunk smell off.

    Rubbish post. Soap is a sodium / potassium salt of fatty acid.

    You are using liquid detergent dish wash soap and mix it with Hydrogen peroxide and baking powder and use it on body?

    Not sure if anyone tried this.. Surely I dont want to try this BS on me.

    I like your idea it's just that I got a little confused with the procedures. you're saying that all we need to do is to mix everything (after checking the measurement of the components) and then do we need to leave it as it is? is it gonna be a bar soap like? or liquid soap?

    what do you mean?

    Basicslly you want to put however much Baking Powder you want then you put the same amount of Hydrogine Peroxide but instead of putting the same with soap multiply the large amount by 1/3 and that's how much soap you use.

    Example: 1 cup BP, 1 cup HP, 1/3 cup Soap.

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    thanks for restating that a little simpler

    Can you explain this a little better? It's confusing to me.

    This is one thing I'll be trying as soon as I run out of mine. Ta