Foaming bath whip is easy to customize and a very versatile product. It’s a little different than the average homemade soap but is worth the trouble. You can buy it in almost any store. But why buy them when you can make them very easily at home?
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A foaming bath whip can also be named “creamy soap,” which describes its consistency. It can be used in many different ways, like a bath bomb, hand washing whip, hair shampoo, face cleanser.
With its mousse-like structure and encompasses, it has all the qualities of soap or a cleanser.
What Does A Foaming Bath Whip Consists Of?
Making foaming bath whip at home is actually not that hard. Below you’ll find a list of ingredients you need to make one yourself. However, I understand that it may look a lot but believe me, it’s not. Once you’ve bought all your ingredients the first time, you’ll have most of what you need for the next batches you’ll make in the future, so it’s only the first time that it might be a bit “overwhelming.”
The creamy soap base is the most important and must be followed thoroughly to achieve good results. Some elements are needed to make the fluffy soap, and the manufacturer’s guidelines must be strictly followed in the usage of the product and its quantity.
The main ingredient and the one that probably makes this product so smooth is Glycerin. Without it, you won’t have a foaming bath whip. The glycerine absorbs moisture from the air and replenishes and repairs the skin when used, so it’s the most crucial element. They are perfect for dry and sensitive skin as they hydrate the skin and keep it from getting tugged under the scorching sun.
The ingredients that are needed are:
- Castor Oil
- Sunflower Oil
- Stearic Acid
- Shea Butter
- Coconut Oil
- Potassium Hydroxide
- Sodium Hydroxide
- Distilled Water
- Kaolin Clay
- Germaben II-e
And this is it, once you’ve bought these (or maybe have some of them already at home), you are good to go! It can be used as it is, or you can add various other fragrances you prefer, like vanilla, green tea, rose tea, almond tea, etc. Your favorite essential oils or perfumes can be added to the mixture so it can be more unique. Though it only consists of 5% of fragrance substances, it can still be powerful and quite intense.
How to Make the Foaming Bath Whip?
Here is an easy-to-follow recipe and instructions on how to make foaming bath whip.
- Take a large container and add stearic acid, coconut oil, and shea butter and let it melt. While it’s melting, mix the sodium hydroxide and potassium hydroxide well and keep it aside.
- After the butter melts, add castor oil, sunflower oil, and glycerine and give a good mix.
- Then, mix the hydroxide mixture and stir it well. Use a wooden spoon and a stick blender alternatively. This process takes about 25 minutes.
- Then add the kaolin clay and let it rest for 90 minutes. Stir in regular intervals.
- After 90 minutes, again add the stearic acid and glycerine. Let it rest overnight but mix it well in between the rest time.
- After resting, start whipping the mixture and add some water if it’s too thick but not too much.
- Add the preservatives now and mix it well. Let it rest for 4 weeks, and after nearly a month, your foaming bath whip is ready.
If you want to add extra fragrant or beauty condiments inside, you just have to add it and blend it well. It can be rose water, lavender oil, exfoliating follicles, and many others.
What Is A Foaming Bath Whip Used For?
The foaming bath whip can act as a replacement for your soap, body wash, scrub, hair shampoo, and hand wash. It is truly a versatile product.
Because it’s so aerated and light, it’s easy to apply and also adds a glim of glow to the skin.
It only has a pH of 5.5, making it even safer to apply to the skin without any worry. The foaming bath whip is colorless, odorless, and shapeless, so it is up to you to customize it as you want and what purpose you wish to use it for.
When using the foam, you can just rub it across your skin, and it would start to lather up just like your other store-bought products, and after cleaning yourself, you can use warm water to wash. You can use it, however, many times you like and even share it with your friends or family.
What to Look Out for When Making the Bath Whip?
Making your foaming bath whip can take some time and patience, so you’ll need to commit to making your batch if you can handle the pressure. As most ingredients are chemicals, be careful while using them and add only the necessary amount to make the cream soap.
While making the bath whip, you have to mix it well because the foaming bath whip’s primary purpose is to be light and airy. It can be achieved only if you mix well in the interval times. You can find a plethora of beauty products now in stores or online, or anywhere else.
There are many products to treat different skin types and skin problems. When you buy a skincare product, you do not know if your skin is allergic to the substances used in it or if your skin problems will vanish overnight, so trying out homemade skincare is always a good thing.
You can get to know about your skin and what products suit you or not, but also the satisfaction and comfort of making your products are thrilling and exciting. It becomes an achievement in itself. You can be more confident and feel beautiful in your skin.
To Sum Up
Most of us fancy buying attractive and enticing bath accessories often. And one of them is the foaming bath whip. However, you can make it yourself and decide what to put in it.
With the methods and easy tips mentioned above, you can make your customized foaming bath whip whenever you feel like it, try some exciting fragrances, and make them unique.