DIY Organic Soap Kit Recipes

DIY Soap kit is a great craft gift for all who wish to make unique soaps without any special skills. With this kit you can make natural soaps and scrub and a great thing is that you can make one at a time using different recipes. It could be an a mazing handmade gift for someone special if wrapped.The kit is a perfect to give as a bridal or baby shower. You will be surprised at how easy it is to make your own herbal natural soap, shampoo or scrub. Our kit include natural melt and pour soap base. Organic Clear Soap base contains 20% added Glycerine and mainly Coconut oil. 100% pure soap made with only the finest vegetable oils. Benefits of using our organic soap base:

  • Hypo-Allergenic
  • Biodegradable
  • Unfragranced
  • No Detergents
  • No Sulfates
  • No Surfactants
  • No Alcohol
  • No Animal Testing
  • Suitable for Vegans and Vegetarians

 

 Soap making instructions: 1.Melt the soap base. There are two ways to return the soap to a liquid form. A microwave is the quickest and easiest, but will dry out the soap if overdone. A double boiler will take longer, but keep the soap moist. Microwave method: Pour the soap base cubes in a microwave-safe bowl.Heat for 30–60 seconds or until melted. Take it out and stir every 30 seconds to make it smooth. Heat a saucepan half full of water until it boils. Place a second pan on top of the rim of the first, or put a smaller one directly in the water, preferably raised by a metal ring. Put the soap base in this smaller pan and check on it periodically until it has melted.Do not overheat the soap. 2.Add the fragrance or essential oil. (It is best to wait until the soap has cooled a bit before adding fragrance, this will ensure that your finished soap has a strong smell, or you use less fragrance – using a thermometer cool the soap to between 55 and 60 degrees C) Add half teaspoon oil of your choice. Add herbs, clays or other ingredients. Oatmeal , shredded coconut, loofah or any,exfoliant, botanicals, dry milks etc add to the mould. 3.Pour the soap into the mold. Pour slowly as to not get bubbles in the soap The soap will turn out much smoother if left uncovered. It will take approximately one hour in the refrigerator or several hours on the counter. Cooling in the refrigerator will reduce your finished soap fragrance. Do not place in the freezer. 4.Release the soap from the mold. After it is hard, pop the soap out of the mold. Sometimes the soap will not come easily. For better result, leave for several nights to dry in a paper towel.

DIY Organic Soap Kit Recipes: 1.Loofah Orange Soap Place Loofah in your mouldL Melt the base and add 1 tsp of Rosehip oil and 1/2 tsp of Orange Essential oil. Pour over the loofah in your mould Let it harden ,release and enjoy 2.Rosemary Shampoo Bar Melt the base and add 1/2 tsp extra virgin olive or avocado oil and 1/4 tsp Rosemary Essential Oil Pour into the mould and add Rosemary Sprig for visual interest Let it harden,release from the mould and enjoy 3. Lavender,Milk and Honey Melt the base and add 1/2 tsp of dry milk powder and 1/2 tsp of honey and 1/4 tsp Lavender Essential Oil Pour into the mould and sprinkle with lavender buds. 4. White Orange & Honey Soap ½ tsps honey 1 tsp Almond Oil ½ tsp French white clay powder ½ tsp Orange Essential Oil Top up with the calendula or chamomile buds. 5.Chamommile & Orange Soap Camomile petals dried 5 drops of yellow food coloring 1/2 tsp Orange Essential Oil  

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