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HOW TO MAKE A HOMEMADE PAPAYA SOAP
Transcript of HOW TO MAKE A HOMEMADE PAPAYA SOAP
papaya juice or extract, soap base (white or clear), soap fragrance, soap-safe dye (any color)
HYPOTHESIS AND RESULTS OF THE EXPERIMENT
It is true that the papaya soap (homemade or not) makes the skin white and healthy. I did an experiment to my sister. I used a papaya soap for 2 weeks on her, and it worked gratefully. Her wounds heal rapidly, she got whiter, and her skin is very healthy. It is pure in vitamin C which makes the skin glow and healthy.
BENEFITS AND FACTS
It is rich in Vitamin D and papaine and the mashed flesh is used as facial mask and skin softening agent. it is also used for skin whitening and repairing. It helps heal wounds and scars.
This project is very easy and fun for beginners,kids, and even adults. It shows how to make your own soap, and basically know how it is done. You can make any kind of soap, any fragrance and color you desire. You can also make funny, cool, and amazing soaps by customizing the molds you use. You can do lots of creative colors and designs you wish to do. You can also make soaps for special events or gifts.
THINGS THAT IS NEEDED
knife, cutting board, mold container (silicon works best), microwave, microwavable container, spoon
Peel the papaya and cut it into half. use a spoon to get all the seeds. Dice it.
Once diced, juice it in a juicer. put the juice in a container.
Cut the soap base into cubes. Put it in a microwavable container. Microwave it for 30 to 40 seconds until it melts.
Mix the papaya juice to the melted soap base. put them in the mold. If desired, put soap fragrance and soap-safe dye. Let it mold for a day. After it is molded, it is ready to use instantly.