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Jul
03

Common Cold Process Soap Questions


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Common Cold Process Soap QuestionsCommon Cold Process Soap Questions

We at Natures Garden love to supply our customers with the best soap making ingredients and soap equipment that they need to succeed. But, you can’t utilize these tools if you don’t know how to. So, we want to answer some of the most common cold process soap questions that we get. This way we can help make your soap making experience as fun and exciting as possible!

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What is the Shelf Life of Lye?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What is the Shelf Life of Lye?

The shelf life of lye, sodium hydroxide, when properly stored is one year. After a year it is possible for your lye to work, but you should do a small batch to test whether the lye is still good. If it is actually expired, then it may not come to trace quickly or could separate after it is poured or set up. So, you will be able to notice an obvious difference if you make a small testing batch,

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: How Do I Make My Cold Process Soap Last Longer?

There are a few things that you can change to make your homemade soap last even longer. First, you can use additives, like sodium lactate or stearic acid, to harden the bar. Also, harder oils, like palm oil, can be helpful. Lastly, increasing the cure time, as water evaporates out, and decreasing the time in the shower will create a harder bar.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Is It Possible to Use Baby Oil as One of the Oils in a Soap Recipe?

No, you shouldn’t use baby mineral oil in your soap recipe for two reasons. First, it has already been scented. Second, the mineral oils won’t saponify.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: How Do Your Make Cold Process Soap?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: How Do Your Make Cold Process Soap?

If you ever wondered how to make soap from scratch, then this is the answer. Before you begin you will either need to formulate a recipe or choose a recipe already formulated, we suggest using our Beginners Cold Process Soap Recipe if this is your first time. We also recommend reading through our cold process soap making classes, especially the soap making safety class. While there is a little more detail and safety practices to follow, this is the most basic method for soaping. First, you create a lye solution by slowly adding lye to water. In a separate bowl, you will have your weighed and melted oils and butters. You will combine these ingredients at a similar temperature and mix until your batter trace, which is a thicker consistency.  The soap is then poured into a soap mold. Once it has setup, it is removed from the mold and allowed to cure.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Why Are My Citrus Scents So Light in my Cold Process Soap?

Citrus scent oils often have a low flash point, so they are more likely to burn off the fragrance during the saponification process. During this process, the soap will reach very hot temperatures, which are able to burn off certain scents. It is common for citrus scents to be affected by this issue. How can I prevent this? First, make sure that the maximum amount for fragrance has been added. Also, you can anchor the scented oil by using a scent with a that is heavier, like vanilla. Alternatively, some soapers use kaolin clay to enhance the scent, but it can make your soap too slick.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Are Fragrance Oils or Essential Oils Better for Cold Process Soap?

You can use both essential oils and fragrance oils to scent cp soap. However, fragrances tend to hold better and the scent lasts longer. This is because fragrance oils have top, middle, and base notes that will hold up better together. On the other side, some single note oils whether they be essential oils or fragrance oils, are more likely to burn off. So, you will want to test each oil in cold process soap.

 

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Can Cold Process Soaps Be Molded into Different Shapes?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Can Cold Process Soaps Be Molded into Different Shapes?

Of course! There are many different styles of molds that you can use for soap making. Just don’t forget that this type of soap gets very hot. So, you need to make sure that you either use a silicone soap mold or a very thick plastic mold, like some of our Mold Market Soap Molds. However, plastic embed molds are not thick enough to hold your soap without melting and making a big mess. If you are unsure about a certain mold, it might be best to just save that shape for melt and pour soaps.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: When Can I Cut Cold Process Soap?

Before you can cut your finished soap loaf, you need to wait for a bit. While the exact time varies for each batch depending on size and ingredients, we suggest waiting for 24-48 hours before removing and cutting your nearly finished soaps. However, you can use a gloved hand to check the soap to determine whether the soap is too soft. On the other hand, you don’t want to wait too long or the soap may dry too much and crumble as you cut.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: How Long Does Soap have to Cure?

The exact amount of time your soaps take depends on your recipe that the amount of lye in it. However, most batches take about 2-6 weeks for the soaps to fully cure and be safe to use.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Does Natures Garden Offer Cold Process Soap Making Recipes?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Does Natures Garden Offer Cold Process Soap Making Recipes?

Yes, we have all kinds of cold process soap recipes under the Cold Process Soap Recipes parts of the in the Free Recipes and Classes section of the NG site. There are so many options that it can be difficult to choose!

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What Kind of Conditions Does CP Soap Need to Cure After it is Removed From Mold?

After your soap has been removed from the mold and sliced into bars, you will need to allow them to cure for a while. First, you will want to make sure that they are in a cool, dry environment. Also, you want to make sure that the bars a few inches apart. This will expose more of the bar to the air, which allows them to dry and set up properly.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What Will Make Cold Process Soaps Freeze or Set Up too Soon?

The oils that you use will come into play. Too much of some harder oils and butters can cause the soap to set up faster than others.  Additives can also cause your batter to accelerate.  However, often, this is an issue caused by the fragrance oil. Each fragrance performs differently in cp soap and the ones that cause too much acceleration can lead to seizing, or a sudden setting up, in the soap batter before it has made it to the mold. Further, there are some fragrance oils that will actually slow down the process and give you time to really work on a recipe.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Do You Have Any Tips for Working with Problem Fragrance Oils in Cold Process Soap?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Do You Have Any Tips for Working with Problem Fragrance Oils in Cold Process Soap?

It’s always a bummer when a scent you enjoy is a “problem fragrance oil”, but there are some things that will allow you to work with this fragrance oil anyway. First, we have the issue of acceleration. While we can’t fix the fragrance, we can cool our oils and lye water to room temperature before we start the saponification process. The cooler temperature takes longer to get to trace, which will help balance the acceleration from the fragrance oil. Also, you can formulate a soap recipe with oils that will slow trace, like sunflower oil. Although these two tricks can be used to slow an accelerated trace, it can’t stop a soap from seizing.

Second, we have the issue of separation. Sometimes a fragrance that separates from the mixture can be stick blended back in with enough effort. Also, it is possible for the scent to reabsorb during the curing process. You just need to keep an eye on these to determine whether the fragrance is worth using in cp soaps. Third, we have the issue of ricing, which is when little chunks form in your batch. While this can’t be prevented, it can be stick blended until the ricing is smoothed out. However, this only works in some cases.

Finally, some fragrance oils can cause your soap to discolor. Some scents can’t be prevented, but there are some cases when a soap additives can do the trick. If the description of your scent says it contains vanillin, it will discolor your soap to a shade of brown. However, you can use Vanilla White Color Stabilizer to help lessen any discoloration due to vanillin. Other kinds of discoloration will just have to be included into the soap design.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What is the Best Way to Clean Up Cold Process Soap?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What is the Best Way to Clean Up Cold Process Soap?

After you pour your batch into the soap mold, you may realize that you have a mess on your hands. Whether you spilled a few drops, made a complete mess, or only have the bowls to wash out, you are going to need to know how to safely clean up your lye mixtures. Before you get started, it is extremely important to have something on hand to neutralize the soap batter. So, you will need vinegar, which we prefer to have in a spray bottle to make it easy to apply in case of skin contact. After all the batter on the counter and soap equipment has been neutralized, you can begin cleaning with soapy water, we use dawn dish soap, to clean everything up again.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Is it Okay to Use My Soaping Bowls and Utensils for Cooking After Using it for CP Soapmaking If I Prewash It and Then Run It Through the Dishwasher?

No, it is very unsafe to use your soap making equipment in the kitchen. After you’ve used a bowl, mold, or other utensil for soaping you should never use it for anything other than soapmaking. Lye is very reactive and has the potential to do some serious harm after ingestion. So, it is a horrible idea to put this soaping equipment in contact with food or cooking utensils.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What Would Cause a Batch of Soap to Erupt While in the Soap Mold?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What Would Cause a Batch of Soap to Erupt While in the Soap Mold?

Natural sugars in soaping ingredients can lead to an eruption, as  the soap gets hotter than it typically does. CP soap can erupt due to improperly  adding things like beer, wine, or milk. First, freezing these ingredients before adding them is helpful. If you are using beer, then make sure that you release all of the carbonation before including it in soap. Also, you will want to boil wine before adding it to your soap.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Can I Use Cup Measurements for Soap Making?

For soap making, we would recommend using weighted measurements . Using a scale is much more accurate and will ensure that you have a quality batch of soap. Otherwise, you may accidentally do something to mess up your soaps. For example, you could add to little oils and create a lye heavy batch.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Can You Make Good Quality Soap Using the Cold Process Soap Method Without Palm Oil?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Can You Make Good Quality Soap Using the Cold Process Soap Method Without Palm Oil?

Absolutely. One of the best parts about making cp soap is that you can include whatever oils and butters you want. You can use SoapCalc to combine your favorite soaping ingredients in a perfect batch of soap! If you would rather follow a recipe that we have formulated, Natures Garden has a few recipes under Free Recipes and Classes that are made without palm oil. For example, there is  our Calendula Sunshine Cold Process Soap Recipe and our Argan Soap Recipe.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Reach Out to UsCommon Cold Process Soap Questions: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you learned something useful for making cold process soap in this blog. If you have any further questions, you can reach out to us in the store, on the phone, or online. If you want to reach out to us online, then try out social media. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents), and Instagram (@ngscents). Have fun soapmaking!

May
23

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe


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Pistachio Soap Making RecipePistachio Soap Making Recipe

If  you are looking for some fun soap-making ideas, then check out the Pistachio Soap Making Recipe by Natures Garden! Melt and pour soap is a fun way to create all kinds of unique soaps. Plus, melt and pour soaps are often easier to create compared to cold process soap recipes. This is because MP soap base is already made and the lye has completely reacted. The only thing you have to worry about is coming up with fun, unique melt and pour soap ideas. You can find recipes like this and other melt and pour soap recipes we’ve made to help you get inspired to create your own recipes as well as have some fun with melt-and-pour soap!

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Ingredients Available from Natures Garden

Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap
Cocoa Butter Melt and Pour Soap
Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance Oil
Neon Green FUN Soap Colorant
Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
Whipped Soap Base
Basic Square Mold Market Mold
Vegetable Glycerin
Orange Peel Cut and Sifted
Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
8 oz.  Clear Bullet Bottle
24/410 White Fine Mist Sprayer

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment

Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoons
Rubbing Alcohol
Hand Mixer
Knife
Cutting Board
Microwave
Scale

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Sanitize and Prepare

Before you begin creating your soap, you will want to make sure that your equipment and work space are ready. So, clean off and sanitize a table or counter top that you can work on. Also, make sure that your equipment, including your microwave, is clean and ready to use. Another important preparation of Melt and Pour Soap is getting the spray bottle of rubbing alcohol ready to use. Finally, we would suggest that you wear gloves, protective clothing, and a hair net while preparing this recipe.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Graham Cracker Crust LayerPistachio Soap Making Recipe: Graham Cracker Crust Layer

First, we are going to create the Graham Cracker Crust Layer for our melt and pour soap. This will be the first layer that we will pour and it will be the bottom layer of our pistachio pudding soap. Also, you will want to get your soap mold ready before we begin melting this first layer. This way your soap won’t set up before you can get the mold ready.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Crust Layer’s Weights and Amounts

93 grams Cocoa Butter Melt and Pour Soap
4 grams Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance Oil
4 grams Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
6 drops Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
2 drops Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Melting the Ingredients

Now, you are going to need to weigh the 95 grams of cocoa butter melt and pour soap base. Once you have your soap ready, you are going to use the microwave to melt you soap using 30 second intervals. You will need to check and stir to ensure that your soap doesn’t boil. Once your soap is in a liquid state you are ready to move on to the next step.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Adding the Fragrance Oil

After your soap has melted you are going to add the scented oil. So, weigh and mix in the 4 grams of Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance Oil. Also, you will need to add 4 grams of the Vanilla White Color Stabilizer. This is because the fragrance oil may cause some discoloration in your soaps. So, we will use some color stabilizer to make sure that our soap stays looking bright and scrumptious. Once they are both added you will need to mix until they are fully incorporated.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Finishing the First LayerPistachio Soap Making Recipe: Finishing the First Layer

Next, we are going to add the FUN Soap Colorants to the melted soap. For this layer you are going to need 6 drops of the Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant and 2 drops of the Brown Soap Colorant to create the perfect graham cracker crust color. Once these pigments are fully mixed, then you are ready to pour this layer into the square soap mold. Also, remember to spray with rubbing alcohol after this layer has been poured. Once the crust layer has completely set up you are ready to work on creating the next layer.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: White Cream Cheese Layer

The Cream Cheese Layer is going to be the second portion you will need to create and pour. While this layer won’t have any color added, the rest of this layer will the same as the bottom crust layer. So, this next layer will be the same size and scent as the previous layer we created.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: White Layer’s Weights and Amounts

93 grams Cocoa Butter Melt and Pour Soap
4 grams Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance Oil
4 grams Vanilla White Color Stabilizer

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Melting Your Soap

Next, you are going to heat the 93 grams of melt and pour soap. Again, you will want to use the microwave in 30 second intervals. Remember to mix your melting soap, which will help prevent boiling. After your soap base is melted, you are ready to add the scent and color stabilizer.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Scenting Your SoapPistachio Soap Making Recipe: Scenting Your Soap

Now that your soap is melted you are ready to add the fragrance oil! So, take 4 grams of the Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance Oil and stir it into your melted soap. Also, you will need to include 4 grams of the Vanilla White Color Stabilizer to ensure that this layer stays uncolored. Otherwise, you could have some discoloration due to the Vanillin in this fragrance. Since this layer is meant to be a cream cheese color, it won’t look right if the fragrance discolors the soap.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Pouring the Soap

Then, you are going to pour the second layer into your square soap mold. Since you waited to mix this layer until the first layer has set up, you should be ready to pour this layer. First, lightly spray your crust layer with rubbing alcohol. This will help your layers stick to one another. Now you can pour this into the mold and lightly spray the top of this layer with rubbing alcohol to remove bubbles. Before moving on to the next step, allow this layer time to set up completely.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Green Pistachio LayerPistachio Soap Making Recipe: Green Pistachio Layer

Next, we are going to be creating the pistachio layer. This vivid green layer will be the same size as the other two layers, but it will be a different color and use a different kind of melt and pour soap base. But, this portion will be created using a similar process as before.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Green Layer’s Weights and Amounts

93 grams Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap
4 grams Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance Oil
4 grams Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
2 drops Neon Green FUN Soap Colorant

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Melting the Soap

Similarly, you are going to need to melt 93 grams of melt and pour soap. However, this layer will use Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap instead of the white soap base we have used before. This will provide a brighter appearance for the pistachio layer. Also, you will still need to melt this soap using 30 second intervals in the microwave and stirring between heating periods.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Adding the Fragrance OilPistachio Soap Making Recipe: Adding the Fragrance Oil

Next, we are going to be scenting the third layer of the dessert soap recipe. So, add 4 grams Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance Oil to your freshly melted soap. Also, we will need to include 4 grams Vanilla White Color Stabilizer because this fragrance oil has a slight discoloration. If we didn’t use a color stabilizer, then the soap may appear more dull or even slightly brown. While this wouldn’t hurt the cleanliness of the bar, it could make it look less like pistachio pudding.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Coloring and Pouring the Soap

Now you are going to be coloring your liquid soap. So, put two drops of the Neon Green FUN Soap Colorant into the soap. You will want to mix well to blend in the ingredients from the previous step. Once it looks like everything is evenly dispersed, you will need to pour this soap into your soap mold. Just remember to spray with rubbing alcohol before and after you pour this layer to make sure your layers stay together and to release air bubbles.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Whipped Topping LayerPistachio Soap Making Recipe: Whipped Topping Layer

Lastly, we are going to be creating and adding the topping to our pistachio pudding soap! This will include both the whipped cream fluffy and the toasted, sliced almonds. The whipped cream topping will be made with a whipped soap base. Also, we will use citrus peel herbs to stand in for the sliced almonds.

 

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Whipped Topping Layer’s Weights and Amounts

46 grams Whipped Soap Base
4 grams Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance Oil
46 grams Cocoa Butter Melt and Pour Soap Base
4 grams Vegetable Glycerin
4 grams Vanilla White Color Stabilizer

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Scenting the Whipped Soap BasePistachio Soap Making Recipe: Scenting the Whipped Soap Base

First, you are going to need to measure 46 grams of the Whipped Soap Base into a large mixing bowl. Then, you will need to add in both 4 grams Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance Oil and 4 grams Vanilla White Color Stabilizer.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Fluffing the Whipped Soap BasePistachio Soap Making Recipe: Fluffing the Whipped Soap Base

After the soap base has been scented, you are going to want to use a hand mixer to fluff your whipped soap base. This will serve to incorporate the scented oil, color stabilizer, and 4 grams Vegetable Glycerin to create a better texture for the top of your dessert soap. Once you mix everything together well, you can move on to the next step.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Adding the Melt and Pour SoapPistachio Soap Making Recipe: Adding the Melt and Pour Soap

Next, you are going to be adding the melt and pour soap base to your whipped soap. So, measure out 46 grams Cocoa Butter Melt and Pour Soap Base. Now you are going to need to melt your soap using 30 second intervals. Once your soap is melted, pour it all into your mixing bowl. After everything is in the bowl, use the hand mixer again to whip everything into a frosting consistency.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe:Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Frosting Your Pistachio Pudding

Now that your whipped topping is fluffy, you can add it to the tops of your soaps. We recommend that you work quickly because the soap is going to set up fast. First, quickly spray the tops of your soaps with rubbing alcohol. Then, take a spatula to spread the whipped soap frosting all over the tops of your bars.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Create and Sprinkle the Sliced AlmondsPistachio Soap Making Recipe: Create and Sprinkle the Sliced Almonds

Finally, you are read to sprinkle on the sliced almond topping. For this we are going to be using Orange Peel Cut and Sifted. as they look similar enough to the almonds on the pistachio pudding and look cute on the soaps. Now, your three soap bars are finished and as soon as your soaps set up you are ready to remove from molds and use!

 

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: How to Make Pistachio Pudding

If this scrumptious dessert soap has made you hungry, then you may want to check out our inspiration for this scrumptious melt and pour soap recipe. The Midnight Baker’s recipe for Pistachio Lush is perfect for creating some yummy pistachio pudding! Plus, it inspired some pretty cute soaps! There are video instructions as well as written instructions. So, you can choose the format that suits you best or even use both.

Pistachio Soap Making Recipe: Reach Out to UsPistachio Soap Making Recipe: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you enjoyed both the pistachio pudding recipe and the soap that we were inspired to create! There are so many fun melt and pour soap ideas that you can get from looking at delicious food. If you enjoyed this recipe, then we would love to hear about it! An easy way to find us is on social media. We are on Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents), and Instagram (@ngscents). Hope to hear from you soon and have fun with your melt and pour soap recipes!

Nov
20

Soap Embed Ideas


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Soap Embed Ideas

Soap making is an art form that takes some creativity and skill. There are many different ways that you can create homemade soap. Not only are there many different processes, like melt and pour soap or cold process soap, that you can use to make soap, but there are different ways to create gorgeous designs in your bath and body products. We at Natures Garden love to come up with fun, new ideas for making fun, unique soaps homemade. One method that we enjoy for creating our homemade soap recipes is embed soap. Whether you are embedding herbs in your products or embedding differently colored soap in your soaps, this form of creating homemade soap is perfect for creating unique designs. So, here are some of our favorite soap embed ideas that we have used in our own soap recipes.

Soap Embed Ideas Bamboo Hemp Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Bamboo Hemp Soap Recipe

The star anise is a great herb that you can use in your homemade soap recipes. This lovely herb can be used as an embed in your melt and pour soap recipe. It is perfect for decorating the soap and is great for adding something new and a little more rustic to your product line, too. The Bamboo Hemp Soap Recipe is simple with an elegant design and will leave you feeling clean and fresh!

Soap Embed Ideas Chocolate Orchid Melt and Pour Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Chocolate Orchid Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

While many embeds are created with a mold, the Chocolate Orchid Melt and Pour Soap Recipe is a perfect example of cut soap embeds. Instead of adding in a predetermined shape into your base soap, this method gives you the freedom to create embeds that are unique. This soap has you create brown swirls and purple slices to decorate the fronts of your sliced soaps. It is a wonderful way to create more creative and interesting finished products within a typical soap loaf!

Soap Embed Ideas Mango Papaya Melt and Pour Soap Recipe Soap Embed Ideas Mango Papaya Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Another fun soap making idea that was created by Natures Garden is the Mango Papaya Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. This homemade soap recipe perfectly uses embed soap to create an adorable melt and pour soap recipe. The bright colors and fun shapes of this melt and pour soap are absolutely adorable! Plus, this lovely soap recipe includes triangle shaped soap embeds that add to the design. Plus, these triangle soaps top the soap loaf, as well. So, the design of this soap is perfect for creating soap that is both decorative and effective!

 

Loofah Honey Melt and Pour Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Loofah Honey Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Another great idea for creating homemade embed soaps is scrubby loofahs! In fact, soap and loofahs are a perfect pair. Since you’d use a loofah to clean and exfoliate your skin, combining the two just makes your bath and body product more effective. The lovely Honey Melt and Pour Soap base in this recipe will cleanse and moisturize your skin as the loofah exfoliates your skin. So, the Loofah Honey Melt and Pour Soap Recipe is a wonderful choice for creating bath and body products that are adorable and perfect for cleaning.

Soap Embed Ideas Easter Confetti Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Easter Confetti Soap Recipe

Everybody knows that confetti is a festive way to add some color and fun to your activities. But, the Easter Confetti Soap Recipe brings in all the fun of confetti without any of the mess afterward. This simple embed melt and pour soap recipe uses sliced up chunks of colored melt and pour soap. All you have to do is sprinkle your diced and mixed up soap into a mold and pour in the regular soap base. It is super simple and leaves you with a batch of gorgeous homemade soaps!

Soap Embed Ideas Watermelon Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Watermelon Soap Recipe

Also, embed soap can be the creative aspect that makes your soap design come to life. In the case of our Watermelon Soap Recipe, the embed soap was perfect for making the product look like a slice of freshly sliced watermelon. The black pieces of embed melt and pour soap looked just like the seeds of a watermelon. So, the embed soap really pulled the whole design together to create an amazing soap!

Soap Embed Ideas FUN Swirl Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas FUN Swirl Soap Recipe

Another wonderful embed soap creation that you can make is the FUN Swirl Soap Recipe. Of course, adding an embed soap design to your recipe is the perfect way to add some fun to your products. Instead of having a single color bar of homemade soap, you can add a clean soap design exactly where you want it. So, you should absolutely create the swirl embed for your own recipes!

Soap Embed Ideas Hearts a Flutter Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Hearts a Flutter Soap Recipe

Another fun soap embed that you can try out for your homemade soap recipes is a heart! In the Natures Garden Hearts a Flutter Soap Recipe we molded a heart shape for the center of the soap. The heart goes amazingly with the smaller heart embeds that were put on top with the fluffy pink topping. Plus, this sweetheart soap embed is the perfect way to add some love to your bars.

Soap Embed Recipe Gummy Bear Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Gummy Bear Soap Recipe

Further, you can create a fun, bright melt and pour soap that is absolutely adorable! The Gummy Bear Soap Recipe uses a blue and pink soap swirl as an embed to add some fun to the soap. Plus, the soap has gummy bear shaped soap on top of the loaf. This combination of colors and shapes creates a super fun design. You are going to love this design for your homemade soaps!

Soap Embed Ideas Dracula's Dentures RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Dracula’s Dentures Recipe

Since embed soap is perfect for creating fun designs, this soap making method is perfect for creating Halloween soaps! If you are looking for some unique products to use this October, then you may want to try out our Dracula’s Dentures Recipe. So, you will want to use the embed mold Vampire Teeth to create some fun soap recipes. This soap recipe is a funny and cute homemade soap recipe that is perfect for Halloween soap ideas.

Soap Embed Ideas Lollipop Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Lollipop Soap Recipe

Are you ready to try out an adorable and unique homemade soap recipe? The Lollipop Soap Recipe is made to look like real, sugary sweet Lollipops. First, the swirl is created to act as a soap embed. Then the swirl is put in a circle mold and the bright candy colored soap is poured in after. So, this candy themed soap is perfect for your next homemade soap craft.

 

 

Soap Embed Ideas Mango Loofah Melt and Pour Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Mango Loofah Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Of course, this embed loofah soap is a way an effective soap. This is just another great way to incorporate a loofah into your soap is the Mango Loofah Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. So, this lovely bath and body creation incorporates the exfoliation power of a loofah with the cleansing and conditioning abilities of Mango Butter Melt and Pour Soap. Furthermore, the cut loofah looks absolutely gorgeous in the soap. You will love how this soap recipe cares for your skin!

Soap Embed Ideas MP Embed CP Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas MP Embed CP Soap Recipe

Also, you can create the delightful MP Embed CP Soap Recipe from Natures Garden. This soap recipe uses swirled soap as embeds in the soap loaf. While there are some lovely soaps that include a single, large soap swirl, this recipe uses a few small, cute swirls that are differently colored. Plus, these swirls match the swirled soap that tops the loaf. This will make your homemade soap absolutely adorable.

Soap Embed Ideas Cinnabun Melt and Pour Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Cinnabun Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Further, you can create a scrumptious looking soap at home with the use of a soap swirl embed. If you think that this homemade recipe looks nearly good enough to eat, then you are certainly going to want to try out the Cinnabun Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. The swirl embed is meant to look like a yummy swirl of sweet frosting on a fresh, warm cinnamon bun. So, try out this yummy soap idea!

Soap Embed Ideas Psychedelic Suds Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Psychedelic Suds Soap Recipe

Further, you can create the Psychedelic Suds Soap Recipe using embed soap! This unique and colorful soap recipe is a truly fun homemade soap making idea. This soap recipe uses straws to leave an opening in the clear soap base that is perfect for embedding colorful soap. While this isn’t the typical way to embed differently colored soap in your bar, it is the perfect method for creating fun, brightly colored soap!

 

 

Soap Embed Ideas Clamshell Kiwi Sugar Cubes RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Clamshell Kiwi Sugar Cubes Recipe

Also, you can create some lovely embed soap with the Clamshell Kiwi Sugar Cubes Recipe. This soap recipe uses poppy seeds and sugar to create a bath and body recipe that exfoliates the skin. Plus, the soap is moisturizing and cleansing. So, this poppy seed embed soap is perfect for cleaning your body and taking care of your skin.

 

Soap Embed Ideas Peppermint Fluff Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Peppermint Fluff Soap Recipe

The Peppermint Fluff Soap Recipe is another fun melt and pour soap recipe that you can create using embeds in the soap. This delightful soap recipe has a decorative swirl that resembles a real peppermint, which matches the fragrance oil perfectly. All you need to do is create a red and pink swirl, set it in your mold, and pour in your base color. Truly, this is the perfect addition to your product line this winter!

 

Soap Embed Ideas Fish Kiss Melt and Pour Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Fish Kiss Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Another fun soap making recipe that you can create is the cute Fish Kiss Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. Unlike most embed soaps, this fun fish soap isn’t completely embedded into the bar of homemade soap. Instead, the 3-D fish is half embedded into the bar. So, this soap bar is fun and looks just like a little fish poking out from the water. It is the perfect craft for bath time and is sure to be a hit with the kids!

 

Soap Embed Ideas Snowball Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Snowball Soap Recipe

Further, you can create a fun soap recipe that is perfect for the winter season. The Snowball Soap Recipe uses embed soap, essential oils, and fluffy whipped soap to create an amazing soap. Plus, the soap recipe uses circular soap embeds to create a design that looks like snow balls! So, this homemade soap recipe is truly a  winter wonderland made from soap.

 

Soap Embed Ideas Play Dough Embed Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Play Dough Embed Soap Recipe

Plus, you can create another very fun homemade soap idea. The Play Dough Embed Soap Recipe by Natures Garden is a perfect way to get a bit more creative with your homemade soap. First, you can create a soap recipe that is malleable like play dough! So, you can create a fun, little design and set it in your mold. This will give you the perfect way to create unique embed soaps with your own various designs!

 

Soap Embed Ideas Peppered Poppy Seed Cold Process Soap RecipeSoap Embed Ideas Peppered Poppy Seed Cold Process Soap Recipe

Finally, you can use the poppy seeds herb from Natures Garden to decorate your own homemade soap recipes. This nice herb is perfect for adding a pretty design to your unique bath and body product. Plus, the poppy seeds are perfect for adding a bit of exfoliation to your homemade bath creation. So, the Peppered Poppy Seed Cold Process Soap Recipe is sure to be a perfect soap recipe for creating gorgeous homemade soap that is wonderful for your skin.

 

Soap Embed Ideas Share Your Own Soap CreationsSoap Embed Ideas Share Your Own Soap Creations

Although we have quite a few fun ideas that you can use to create your own beautiful soaps, some of you creative soap makers may have amazing ideas, too. We would love to hear from you and see your own embed soap recipes. Alternatively, we would love to hear about your experiences with this method of soap making. Whether you have suggestions, questions, or comments, we would love to talk to you about them! You can find us on the Natures Garden facebook page or on our Instagram at @ngscents.