SLSa-Free Bubble Bar – Lana Suhanich

https://www.facebook.com/lana.suhanich/videos/1175182925841615

Ingredients:
combine the following 4 ingredients in a bowl and mix
  • 2 cups baking soda
  • .5 cup tapioca starch
  • 4 tbsp cream of tartar
  • 2 tbsp citric acid
In separate container heat up:
  • 2 tsp sodium lactate for 10 seconds
Add these next 4 ingredients to the sodium lactate and mix gently
  • 1.5 tbsp decyl glucoside
  • 1 tbsp glycerine
  • 3 tbsp coco betaine
  • fragrance (follow recommended usage rates)
Directions:
  1. Pour the wet ingredients into the bowl with the dry ingredients and mix well. You should have a crumbly wet sand texture that sticks together. This mixture will rise like bread dough.. Keep kneading it.
  2. Let it sit for a few minutes and knead it again.
  3. If your mixture gets dry give it a few spritz’s of water and keep kneading until the reaction starts to slow down.
  4. Add enough water to this mix to make a dough but not a sticky dough. If it gets to sticky keep kneading it until it starts to dry a little.
  5. When the dough becomes pliable and less sticky, separate it into 2 balls (I do not recommend more than 2 as this is tricky to roll) and color each ball.
  6. Every time you feel it drying out give it a few more spritz’s with water.
  7. Quickly flatten your balls into rectangles and roll. You may have to pat the dough down if it starts rising on you. This is a normal reaction due to the combination of ingredients used.This mix is going to rise…
  8. So after I cut my rolls, I lay them on their sides. Give them a light pat and shape them into circles gently pressing in the sides to make them a little more compact. You can leave them to swell as well.. They are a bit more crumbly though. If you set them on a tray to dry you can pick up the tray and let it drop flat on the counter to get them to drop into a cookie shape.

The pink ones in the picture were not rolled.. I put them in a blob on the paper and molded it into a log shape then cut and left them sit. They do take a little longer to dry. But they make FANTASTIC bubbles and are well worth the wait. Mine were completely dry in 2 days. I left mine out for 5 days before I did the video demo.

Please note.. This recipe was printed and given freely for the sole purpose of FREE sharing. Changing one or two ingredients and calling it your own original recipe is not cool! Please do not do this and then put it up for sale. Feel free to share this recipe with all. No special permission is required…

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