Introduction: Non-Soap Cleansing Clay Bar
If you are soap-free, shampoo-free, or chemical-free here is a wonderful recipe for a completely soap-free chemical-free cleansing bar.
I have researched for a non-soap cleansing bar for a while, but none of the recipes I found seemed to work. I always ended up with a goop of mud that worked better as a facial mask. After many experiments I came up with this recipe.
1 part Cocoa and/or shea butter
1 part Coconut oil
2 part Clay and/or powdered oats
1 part Baking soda
1 part Sea salt
0.25 parts Beeswax
Essential oils of choice
Double boiler (or makeshift double boiler with sauce pan and glass measuring cup)
Mixing tool (spoon or chop stick)
Step 1: Set Up Double Boiler With Boiling Water
Get your double boiler started with boiling water. You can makeshift a double boiler with a saucepan and a glass measuring cup.
Step 2: Melt Butters and Beeswax
Melt butters and beeswax in the double boiler on a medium low heat.
Step 3: Take Off Heat
When the butters and wax is fully melted, take off the heat source.
Step 4: Add Powders
Add baking soda, sea salt, and clay.
Step 5: Add Essential Oils
Add essential oils of choice.
Step 6: Mix and Pour Into Mold
Mix completely and pour into mold.
Step 7: Cool
Cool until fully hardened. This should take 30-60 minutes, depending on the size of the batch and mold. You can put in the refrigerator to cool more quickly.
Step 8: How Does the Clay Bar Cleanse?
How does the Clay Bar Cleanse?
Clay can curb the excessive production of oil, which makes them an excellent choice for skin that is prone to acne. Furthermore, clays soak up all the dirt accumulated during the day, cleaning the pores and giving the skin a smooth appearance. The main function of a clay is to absorb the natural sebum and leave the skin dry and smooth. By using clay on a regular basis, one can improve the circulation of the skin, remove dead skin cells, and give the skin an overall healthy glow.
Increased circulation, antiseptic effects, soft skin without a greasy feel and reduction in fluid retention are just some of the benefits of sea salt for the skin. Since sea salt does not go through the same manufacturing processes as table salt, the minerals from the sea remain, giving sea salts different colorings depending on where they are from. Sea salt is full of vital vitamins and minerals, which are required for providing proper nourishment to the skin cells. These nutrients can improve the cellular energy metabolism, keep the tissues hydrated, boost blood circulation throughout the skin surface and increase the strength of cell membranes. Sea salt has alkalizing effect that helps in balancing the acid levels in your body and eliminating potential risks of fatal diseases.
Lemon essential oil uses for skin can improve your complexion and leave your skin soft and supple. When the skin becomes oily, lemon oil can be used as a natural toner, balancing and rejuvenating the skin when used properly. Lemon essential oil is a natural cleanser, degreaser, and disinfectant.
Baking soda exfoliates dead skin. neutralize acids on the skin and help wash away oil and perspiration, it also makes your skin feel very soft. It is often used as a gentle skin cleanser for babies.
Tea Tree EO is anti-viral, anti-candida, anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal ,and anti-septic .
Shea butter is very healing and moisturizing for the skin. It helps with skin regeneration and provides UV protection.
Cocoa butter is a natural antioxidant moisturizer and skin protector.
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