This is seriously my new obsession!
It’s like my husband says, “I knew you were addicted when I came out of the room at 11:30 pm and you were making soap. ”
Well, I’m hoping some of you get bit by the soapmaking bug too and try your hand at this recipe I came up with. It only requires four ingredients- canola oil, olive oil, distilled water, and sodium hydroxide (lye). I kept it nice and basic and didn’t add any fragrances or colorants. I just wanted to show you, other beginners, how the process works, and show you what the finished product looks like.
…and here is my latest soap batch. I call it Baby Puff. It is scented with a baby powder fragrance oil and has poppy seeds for exfoliation. I created a mold out of a recycled milk carton.
I can hardly wait to see if it turned out okay once I cut into it! They are just perfect! I love these random soap experiments.
Let me know if you make your own soap or gave my recipe a try! I’d love to know how it turned out!
If you are interested in purchasing some handmade soaps check out my friend’s shop. She makes some amazing works of art! She just started a blog too and you can find that here. Just contact her here to place an order.
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