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2 thoughts on “How to apply a water discount”
Question #2: What is the lowest percentage of water out of oils (less than the standard 38%) I can use in my formula?
Explanation: You should not discount your water lower than 20% otherwise your soap will harden very fast.
I put 30% for this answer as it seemed to be the closest answer I could find. Couldn’t find anywhere where it said ‘not lower than 20%’. Can you advise? Thanks
In the module I mention that if our soap recipe has a high percentage of liquid oils (at least 60%) you can drop the water percentage down to 25%, therefore you can go under 30%. I will change the quiz to make it easier to understand.