Caprabella Foaming Milk Bath

Caprabella Foaming Milk Bath combines the gentle foaming action of SLSA with water softening salt, nourishing goat milk and the silky action of Natrasorb Bath to create a luxurious foaming milk bath you’ll enjoy again and again.

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Formula

 

Percent

Grams

Ounces

Ingredient

Phase A

31.0

1296

43.2

Salt (non-iodized table salt)

 

23.0

960

32.0

Bicarbonate of Soda

 

17.2

720

24.0

Goat Milk Powder

 

17.2

720

24.0

Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (SLSA)

 

0.1

4.1

0.14

Germall Plus Powder

Phase B

7.2

300

10.0

Natrasorb Bath

 

4.3

180

6.0

Fragrance Oil

 

Note: SLSA is a fine powder and can be an irritant to breathe. Wear a mask and goggles when first mixing it. Once it is mixed in with everything else, it is fine, but care should be taken in the beginning. Ditto working with Natrasorb Bath. It's less of an irritant, but it is fine and light and goes everywhere. Mask and goggles help!!

  1. Using a sieve, sift Phase A ingredients into a bucket or large pan. Break up any lumps with a spoon. Whisk or stir very well to fully mix all ingredients. Set aside.
  1. Phase B. Weigh and pour the Natrasorb Bath into another pan or bucket. Whisk in the fragrance oil and continue to stir until it is well mixed.
  1. Place the sieve back on the bucket containing Phase A ingredients. Pour the Phase B mix through the sieve to combine with Phase A. Use a spoon to break up any lumps and work anything remaining through the sieve. Set the sieve aside and, using a spoon or a whisk, mix the dry ingredients together until all is mixed together thoroughly.
  1. Store in an airtight plastic bucket. This will last a long time and will fill almost 15 ten ounce jars (Origin's type) or ten tie bags of Foaming Milk
  1. Label with a "Best if used by date" about 6 months out. Although exceptionally stable in this formulation, the fats in the goat milk powder can go rancid in time.

Makes 15 10-Ounce Jars

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