Other Items Needed:
Wooden rectangle block
2 mixing bowls
Total Recipe Weights:
323 grams of Water
120 grams of Lye
38 grams of Sodium Lactate
60 grams of Castor Oil
128 grams of Shea Butter
153 grams of Mango Butter
187 grams of Olive Oil
68 grams of Palm Oil
255 grams of Coconut Oil 76
53 grams of NG Magnolia Orange Blossom Scent
12 drops of FUN Soap Colorant Kelly Green
12 drops of FUN Soap Colorant Neon Orange
10 grams of Titanium Dioxide
If you are new to soap making, please read both the Basic CP Soap Recipe and the Soap Making Safety Class first. Then, clean and sanitize your work area.
Please Note: The sodium lactate will be added to the cooled down lye water. Then, proceed by separating out 15 grams of melted soaping ingredients in a separate bowl, to this amount add the titanium dioxide. Stir well to incorporate. Next, get out 2 mixing bowls. Assign each bowl one of the fun soap colorants. Then, add the appropriate amount of soap colorant to its bowl.
Next, when the soaping temperatures are correct, pour the lye solution into the rest of melted soaping ingredients. Stick blend the soap batter to emulsify.
After the addition of the fragrance oil to the soap batter, stick blend once again to incorporate. Now, separate out 440 grams of the soap batter into the bowl with kelly green and the bowl with neon orange. Stir each bowl individually with a spoon to incorporate well. Now, take the titanium dioxide liquid that you made and place it in the remaining soap batter. Stick blend to incorporate.
Now, in the center of your mold, place the wooden block. Then, starting with the kelly green, pour some of the soap batter over the block, then do the same with the orange, and then finally with the white batter. When pouring the soap, you will want to do this from a higher angle above the block. Keep rotating your colors until all of the soap in gone.
Next, using your spatula, scrape the soap off the block, and carefully remove it. Then, using your kabob stick, start in the center of the mold and draw an oval petal pattern. You will want to slightly overlap each drawn petal. Once the design is complete, take your kabob stick and once again place it in the center of the mold. Then, draw a vertical line through the center of each petal.
After 24 hours, remove the soap from the mold. Then, using your knife, slice the bars using the indentation marks from the mold. Allow the bars to further cure before using.
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