Category Archives: melt and pour soap

Oct
03

Cinnanut Coffee Soap

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Hey all you soapers out there! Are you a constant coffee drinker like we are? Did you read my blog about Coffee Fragrances? Well you need to! It coincides perfectly with the awesome recipe I’m about to give you! Now I know we all love free recipes, but a coffee one? How fantastic is that? Yes, we have created a Cinnanut Coffee Soap using our Cinnanut Columbian Cafe fragrance. If you’re looking for a new soap to make that smells just pure heavenly, this is definitely the one for you! You and your loved ones are sure to love the delicious aromas of this soap!

 

Ingredients for base layer:

570 grams of Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap

6 grams of Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

4 grams of Black Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

29 grams of Cinnanut Columbian Café Fragrance Oil

 

Ingredients for second layer:

570 grams of Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap

29 grams of Cinnanut Columbian Café Fragrance Oil

1 gram of Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

 

Ingredients for whipped top layer:

150 grams of Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap

150 grams of Whipped Soap Base

17 grams of Vegetable Glycerin

18 grams of Cinnanut Columbian Café Fragrance Oil

 

Ingredients for cinnamon sticks:

300 grams of Clear Diamond Melt and Pour Soap

5 grams of Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

15 grams of Cinnanut Columbian Café Fragrance Oil

Equipment and Other Ingredients:

Deep Mixing Bowl

Hand Mixer

Mixing Spoon

Cookie Sheet

Ground Cinnamon

Rubbing Alcohol

8oz. Clear Bullet Bottle

24/410 Black Fine Mist Sprayer

1 Square Loaf Mold Market Mold

 

Directions:

  1. Weigh out and melt down 570 grams of Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap in the microwave. This should take about a minute and half, however if it is not completely melted you can put it back for about 30 seconds.

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  1. When your soap is completely melted, add 6 grams of Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant, 4 grams of Black Oxide FUN Soap Colorant, and 29 grams of Cinnanut Columbian Cafe Fragrance Oil.

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3. Mix everything thoroughly.

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4. Carefully pour the mixture into the mold.

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5.Spray it with rubbing alcohol so the layers will not mix with eachother and then let it sit for about 15 minutes until the layer is hard.

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6. To start your second layer, measure out and melt down 570 grams of Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap.

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7. Next, add 1 gram of Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant and 29 grams of Cinnanut Columbian Café Fragrance Oil and mix it very thoroughly.

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8. Make sure that your first layer is hardened and then pour the second layer on the top.

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9. Spray the second layer with the rubbing alcohol and then let it sit again for another 15 minutes or so until it becomes hard.

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10. While you are waiting for that layer to harden, you can make your cinnamon sticks. First, weigh out and melt down 300 grams of Clear Diamond Melt and Pour Soap. This should only take about 45 seconds.

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11. Once it is completely melted, add 5 grams of Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant.

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12.  Then add 15 grams of the Cinnanut fragrance oil and mix it thoroughly.

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13. Pour the mixture onto a cookie sheet and spray it with rubbing alcohol to get rid of any air bubbles and then let it sit until it hardens.

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14. Once it hardens, cut it in half and then roll it in pieces to form the cinnamon sticks.

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15. Once your cinnamon sticks are finished and your layers are completely hardened, you can start on the whipped top base. Weigh out and melt down 150 grams of Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap.

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16. Next, weigh out 150 grams of Whipped Soap Base and pour 17 grams of vegetable glycerin and 18 grams of the Cinnanut fragrance oil into the whipped base. With a hand mixer, mix your mixture together with the melt and pour soap.

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17. Quickly pour the mixture on top of the second layer of your soap and shape it to look like whipped cream on top.

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18. Then arrange your cinnamon sticks on top and sprinkle with cinnamon.

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19. Let your soap sit for about 15 minutes (or it can be refrigerated) and then it will be ready to enjoy!

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Your delicious new Cinnanut Coffee Soap is now ready! The yummy scent of cinnanut will delight everyone you know! Please contact us if you have any questions, thoughts, or concerns! And don’t forget to watch for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Jul
10

Where Can I Buy Soap Making Supplies

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If you are looking for high quality soap making supplies, Natures Garden is your solution. We offer everything you need whether you are just starting your soap making craft or if you are a veteran soap crafter!

Where Can I Buy Soap Making Supplies

Deciding to venture into soap making can sometimes leave you with more questions than answers.  Where do I begin?  Where can I find informative classes and recipes?  Where is the best place to purchase soap making supplies?  We can understand that there are probably tons of these questions whirling around in your head.

Well, at Natures Garden Candle and Soap Supply; we have your answers.  Our staff has put in countless hours testing, researching, and writing informative soap making classes, tried and true soap recipes, and in the case of Cold Process Soaping; even tested every fragrance oil that we carry so that you have some insight as to how the fragrance oil behaves.

Providing soap making supplies to everyone- hobbyist and small business owners alike, if you are in the market for soap making supplies, Natures Garden is your answer.  We carry many soap making supplies like fragrance oilssoap colorants, molds, waxes/ butters/oils, additives, equipment, and even herbs and spices.

In fact, Natures Garden also carries several varieties of melt and pour soaps where the saponification process has already been done for you.  With melt and pour soap, it can be as simple as using the soap as is, or scenting and molding the soap to give it your true unique touch.

If you are still are seeking a place to start your soap making skills, a great place to start looking is at Natures Garden’s Soap Classes.  Not only are they super informative, they are FREE, and free reputable information is never a bad thing.

Mar
13

Melt and Pour Soap Interview

This entry was posted in bath and body, Fragrance Oils, fragrances, melt and pour soap, Natures Garden, soap colorants, soap dyes, vanilla white stabilizer and tagged , , , , , , , on by .

photoI started a couple years ago, and I love art and crafts. I have always loved bath products, color, and fragrances. What better than soaps where you get all that! I figured I’d play around making melt and pour, since I didn’t need to experiment with lye, and have the fun of creating. I needed some other things in my hair salon, besides shampoo, and jewelry, plus my customers are always asking me “what’s next? What’s new?” I thought I’d do a few soaps…well, I started ordering fragrances, etc. And I was hooked. And so were my customers. They wouldn’t let me stop making them. I’m now at the point of expanding my soap business, starting with Etsy. So far it’s been fun talking with people from all over!

Wow! What do I most like about your company? That’s a hard one. Besides customer service, wonderful fragrances, and value… I’d have to say the one thing I love love love, is your vanilla stabilizer. I was having a heck of a time with my soaps turning brown from vanilla. This has worked beautifully in my melt and pour soaps. A big “Thank you!”

I don’t have a website, and haven’t really been on Facebook much, but will be. Cindy Tedeschi is my face book name.

I haven’t been on twitter yet… I’m too busy checking out YouTube videos. It’s like having a craft class as often as you like. I have learned so much from so many talented people out there!

I’d like to make my soap business a part time hobby for now, eventually perhaps, more full time. I’ve been a hairdresser for 30 years, and love it. My joints from all the years are starting to get old, and one day, I might not be able to make an income doing hair any longer, and soaps is just a great thing to do!

My store name on Etsy is CLTCRAFTS

My hair salon is Tahoe Hair Co. South lake Tahoe , Ca. Where this soap picture was taken from.

Thank you again for taking the time to read this, and thank you for all you do.

Sincerely, Cindy Tedeschi