Brazilian Amazon CP Soap Recipe

Brazilian Amazon CP Soap Recipe

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New Recipe – Brazilian Amazon CP Soap Recipe

We created this soap using exotic oils sustainably harvested from the Amazon rainforest.  Some of the oils have a natural color to them, so we made the soap without colorants to create a rich, golden color.  Additionally, the speckles are created using vanilla bean flecks.  Since the oils also had a distinct scent, we combined them with complimentary fragrances, which created a lovely final aroma.

You can purchase all of the oils and fragrances used in this recipe from Paris Fragrances USA.  The owners are sweet and helpful.  Furthermore, they are from Brazil and bring with them the knowledge of the oils and of designer fragrances that are extremely popular in South America.

We offer a copy of this recipe in both US Customary (in ounces) and Metric System (in grams) versions in PDF format for easy downloading, saving and/or printing.

US Customary – Brazilian Amazon CP Soap Recipe 
Metric – Brazilian Amazon CP Soap Recipe

Brazilian Amazon CP Soap Recipe

Yields: 3lbs
Difficulty: Easy
Time: 1 hour

By weight unless otherwise stated
4 oz Andiraba oil
5 oz Brazil nut oil
7 oz Cupuacu butter
3 oz Murumuru butter
2 oz Passionfruit oil
3 oz Pequi oil
2 oz Pracaxi oil
4 oz Tucuma oil
3 oz Ucuuba butter

12 oz Distilled water, by volume
4.6 oz Sodium hydroxide (lye)

1 oz Bellissima Bella Dora fragrance
1 oz Caipirinha Brazilian Drink fragrance
2 tsp Vanilla bean flecks, by volume

Follow all proper safety guidelines for making cold process soap.

Measure fragrance, blend and set aside.  Place vanilla bean flecks in a bowl and set aside.

Carefully add lye to water, stir until the lye is fully dissolved, and cool to 100°F or cooler. Also, melt and blend the oils and cool to about 100°F.

Once the lye water and oils have cooled, add the lye water to the oils and stick blend to thin trace.  Add fragrance and vanilla bean flecks to soap mixture and blend.

Pour soap into mold.  Add texture to soap top, if desired.  Allow to set at least 24 hours. Remove from mold and cure for 4-6 weeks.

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Be sure to read all instructions thoroughly before attempting any of the advice in this recipe and follow all safety guidelines for making cold process soap.  Although the author has made every effort to ensure that the information herein is correct, the author does not assume and hereby disclaims any liability to any party for any loss, damage, or disruption caused by errors or omissions, whether such errors or omissions result from negligence, accident, or any other cause.  Therefore. all recommendations are made without guarantee on the part of the author.  Furthermore. the author disclaims any liability in connection with the use of the information provided in this recipe.

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