• 9.5 oz Distilled Water
  • 11 oz Liquid Glycerin
  • 9.5 oz Cocamidopropyl Betaine
  • 14.75 oz Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (SCI) Powder
  • 2.35 oz Stearic Acid
  • .5 oz Germall Plus preservative


    • Double Boiler or Crockpot
    • Immersion Blender or hand mixer.
    • Digital Scale
    • Digital Thermometer
    • Spatula/Spoonula
    • Whisk
    • Mask
    • Rubber Gloves
    • Hairnet


  1. Spray down work surface and all equipment with 5% bleach solution or 99% Isopropyl Alcohol. It is also a good practice to wear gloves, hairnet and a mask.
  2. Weigh out all ingredients ahead of time into individual bowls/cups, remembering to tare the scale after placing your bowl or cup before adding each ingredient.
  3. We recommend using the double boiler method on medium low or a crock pot on high. Do not melt in a container directly on the heat source as the surfactant can scorch.
  4. Into your crock pot or bowl, add the ingredients in this order: Distilled water, Liquid Glycerin, Cocamidopropyl Betaine and whisk/stir to incorporate.
  5. Add in your Stearic Acid and whisk/stir to incorporate.
  6. Add in your SCI Powder and whisk/stir to fully incorporate.
  7. Cover your crockpot or double-boiler with a lid of some type. Stir occasionally until all is melted and blended. This can take up to 40 minutes. You don’t want any lumps or grit in the mixture.
  8. Once everything is melted, allow cool down for about 10 minutes. Using your immersion blender or hand mixer, blend in pulses until the mixture is more of an opaque white color.
  9. Allow to cool below 122 degrees Fahrenheit. Note that mixture will begin to set up.
  10. Add in your Germall Plus preservative and mix well with your immersion blender or hand mixer. Allow to cool completely and then put into a tub or container with a lid. Store in a cool/dark location. May also be put in refrigerator until ready to use.
  11. Foaming Bath whip can be used immediately once set.