See the Soap Queen blog for lots of great recipes and instructions on using the Foamign Bath Butter.
Instructions: You can play with the Foaming Bath Butter to achieve a whipped, soft soufflé-like consistency. The easiest method is to use a mixer and beat the Foaming Bath Butter like a cake batter. Or you can put your stick blender into the middle of it and beat until the volume increases. Add your fragrance, essential oils, or other additives during this whipping process. But don't over-beat it -- if you get the foaming butter much larger than double, you'll find that you have a collapsed soufflé! Foaming Bath Butter will accept up to 5% fragrance or essential oils. We recommend usage levels of 1-2% of total weight. (this means that in 16 oz. of product, you will want 1/3 of an ounce of fragrance).The pH of this foaming Butter is very low (5.5) and is very mild to the skin.
Ingredients:Common Name: Glycerin, Water, Sorbitol, Sodium Cocoyl/ Lauroyl Isethionate, Disodium Lauryl sulfosuccinate , Salt, Phenoxyethanol, Tetrasodium EDTA.Botanical Name: Glycerin, Aqua/Water/Eua, Sorbitol, Sodium Cocoyl/ Lauroyl Isethionate, Disodium Lauryl sulfosuccinate , Sodium Chloride, Phenoxyethanol, Tetrasodium EDTA.
I like this product somewhat, but the smell is awful!!! My guess is it's the foaming agents in this product that smell so bad and adding fragrances doesn't mask the smell, it just make it smell like a bad version of your fragrance. I like that it whips up, though I would like it to be less dense. I may try adding some shea butter or something. I will try to use what's left with a really strong f.o. to see if that helps, but I'm doubtful. Also the container was cracked on one corner and I'm worried it will be contaminated so this batch is only for me I guess. Maybe the smell is from the preservative, not sure anyway product does not smell good.
Kelsey from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Regina! I'm sorry this product wasn't your favorite and you found the smell overpowering. We like the clean soapy smell, but you may like it better blended with something like Lavender or Rosemary Essential Oil to bring those properties out. Customer service has contacted you directly to resolve the damaged container issue!
I cannot stop playing with this stuff. It is so much fun to make whipped scrubs (a HUGE hit) and "cupcake" frosting. I only bought one the first time, now I am quickly reordering more!.
The lather is really nice and silky, and it can hold at least 2.5 times amount of sugar in volume, although you're not supposed to do that. I use a basic $25 Black & Decker egg beater to whip, and it has no issues
I love the product but even after whipping a few minutes there are pieces of the product that do not get whipped that are the size of beeswax granules. I tend to err on the side of whipping less to prevent the product collapsing. An I not whipping it long enough? I'm using a powerful Kitchen Aid with the whip attachment. Any suggestions?
The first use I had for this was making the following soap;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDahcrv3JmY I am really disappointed because it isn't getting very firm. I also noticed it is sliding off the melt and pour underneath it. It came out so beautiful but with the white layer coming off, I am starting to cry :(
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