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How to Make Chocolate and Roses Valentine Soap

Chocolate and Roses Valentine Soap

I often hear that my soaps look downright edible, but I think I may have outdone myself with this decadent Chocolate and Roses Valentine Soap. It’s a beautiful dark bar with what looks like a swirl of nougat running through … Continue reading →

This soap looks wonderful packaged up with dried apple rounds tied onto the top.

This DIY melt and pour soap recipe looks wonderful packaged up with dried apple rounds tied onto the top.

Milk Chocolate Mint Soap Recipe 22 ounces olive oil (71%) 8 ounces coconut oil (26%) 1 ounce castor oil (3%) 12 ounces milk (cow, goat, almond, coconut, etc) 4.3 ounces of lye (6% superfat) 2 to 3 tablespoons peppermint essential oil 2 teaspoons cocoa powder

Milk Chocolate Mint Soap Recipe 22 ounces olive oil 8 ounces coconut oil 1 ounce castor oil 12 ounces milk (cow, goat, almond, coconut, etc) ounces of lye superfat) 2 to 3 tablespoons peppermint essential oil 2 teaspoons cocoa powder

This is a great alternative to column pour and funnel techniques. This pour creates a unique and fun swirl in your soap with no two bars exactly the same. Plus, bonus points for getting to soap with a buddy since this technique works best with four pouring hands.

Faux Funnel Pour: Advanced Cold Process

Watermelon is one of my favorite summer fruits. It’s refreshing, light and delicious! With watermelon coming into season, I was inspired to create this fruity soap (of course!). The natural green, white and pink layers of watermelon are surprisingly simple to recreate with thick soap batter. This recipe is formulated with mango butter, coconut oil and …

Watermelon Cold Process Soap Tutorial

Watermelon is one of my favorite summer fruits. It’s refreshing, light and delicious! With watermelon coming into season, I was inspired to create this fruity soap (of course! The natural green, white and pink layers of watermelon are surprisingly simpl

Daisy Cold Process Soap Tutorial | Homemade Bath Products | Bloglovin’

Daisy Cold Process Soap Tutorial (Homemade Bath Products)

Learn how to make daisy inspired soap! This soap tutorial uses daisy embeds to create flower shapes, and has a sophisticated floral scent.

Create Custom Soaps From A Single Recipe

**use other link to not use palm oil** How to: Create Custom Soaps From A Single Recipe (has recipes for Basic Soap Bar, Healing Skin Bar, Spring Violets Soap Sunflower Soap)

This tutorial shows you how to create a Exfoliant melt and pour bath soap using a bath scrubbie.

Learn how to make your own soap with these soap making recipes. Make cold process soap or melt and pour soap with free step by step instructions.

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