Whipped Soap is the latest soap trend taking the beauty industry by storm, and for good reason. Unlike regular bar soap, these fluffy creations offer a gentle cleanse, versatile customization, exfoliation properties, and a luxurious sensory experience that leaves skin feeling refreshed, nourished, and moisturized.
Often scented and formulated with a blend of additives, whipped soaps can address specific skincare concerns, such as dry, oily, or sensitive skin. They are also a great alternative to traditional soap bars for people with eczema, as they often do not contain harsh ingredients that can irritate the skin and exacerbate symptoms.
With a light and airy texture, whipped soaps are fun to use and easy to lather. They can be used for handwashing, in the bath or shower, and even as shaving cream. They are also a great way to add a bit of a pampering experience to your daily routine, with their sweet and whimsical scents and eye-catching designs.
To make a Shea Butter Whipped Soap, simply weigh out the ingredients on your scale and mix well with the mixer until the mixture becomes fluffy and doubles in volume. Then, add in the Shea Butter Fragrance Oil and Violet Soap Dye, if desired, and beat again until combined.
To use, simply scoop a generous amount into your hand and apply to skin for a gentle cleanse. If using as shaving cream, leave on the skin for a minute or two before shaving and always use a fresh razor. Whipped Soap