DIY Vanilla Colour Stabiliser

AuthorLouisa
RatingDifficultyBeginner

DIY vanilla colour stabiliser for melt and pour soap.

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Yields1 Serving
Total Time10 mins

Ingredients
 25 g Sodium thiosulphate
 75 g Demineralised water
Equipment
 1 Set of scales that measures 1g increments
 1 500ml Pyrex Jug

1

Measure 25g of sodium thiosulphate into a small container.

2

Measure 75g of the water into the jug.

3

Heat in the microwave until it boils. Stop immediately so that not too much water evaporates.

4

Add the sodium thiosulphate and swirl every few minutes until fully dissolved. This will take around 5-10 minutes.

5

Use 1 part of the stabiliser to two parts fragrance. If your recipe calls for 30g of fragrance, use 15g of vanilla colour stabiliser.

I used the Bayside Soap Peach Candy fragrance oil in the pictures. You can see the solution really works! I have these soaps sitting in the shop next to the fragrance testers and every day the soaps without sodium thiosulphate solution seem darker!

Ingredients

Ingredients
 25 g Sodium thiosulphate
 75 g Demineralised water
Equipment
 1 Set of scales that measures 1g increments
 1 500ml Pyrex Jug

Directions

1

Measure 25g of sodium thiosulphate into a small container.

2

Measure 75g of the water into the jug.

3

Heat in the microwave until it boils. Stop immediately so that not too much water evaporates.

4

Add the sodium thiosulphate and swirl every few minutes until fully dissolved. This will take around 5-10 minutes.

5

Use 1 part of the stabiliser to two parts fragrance. If your recipe calls for 30g of fragrance, use 15g of vanilla colour stabiliser.

I used the Bayside Soap Peach Candy fragrance oil in the pictures. You can see the solution really works! I have these soaps sitting in the shop next to the fragrance testers and every day the soaps without sodium thiosulphate solution seem darker!

DIY Vanilla Colour Stabiliser
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