Make Your Own Candles, Soaps & Cosmetics

Foaming Body Frosting Recipe

Recipe makes approximately (5) 4oz jars of foaming body frosting.

Ingredients Found At Natures Garden:

Directions:

Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:
Powdered Sugar
Scale
Bowls (5)
Spoons (5)
Spatula
Hand Held Mixer
Deep Mixing Bowl

Total Recipe Weights
454 grams of Whipped Soap Base
250 grams of Powdered Sugar
35 grams of any Body Safe Fragrance Oil
5-15 drops Fun Soap Colorant


Clean & Sanitize your work area and all of your packaging materials. It is suggested that you wear gloves, protective clothing, and a hair net while preparing this recipe.


Step 1:  Using your scale, weigh out your Whipped Soap Base and place it into your mixing bowl.  Set aside.


Step 2:  In a separate bowl, weigh out your powdered sugar.

Step 3:  Next, using your hand held mixer, start to whip the whipped soap base.  You will notice the base will start to appear like whipped frosting.

Step 4:  When you have reached this point, add the powdered sugar to the whipped soap base.  Using a spatula,  begin to fold the powdered sugar into the whipped soap base.  You want to thoroughly mix this to incorporate it well.

Step 5:  Next, add 35 grams of fragrance oil.  Using your spatula, fold the fragrance oil into the whipped soap base.  Make sure you clean the sides of the bowl with a spatula.

Step 6:  Start whipping the mixture again. Make sure the mixture is well blended.  When the mixture begins to look like whipped frosting again, stop beating.

Step 7:  Now, get your 5 bowls and spoons.  To each bowl, add approximately 140 grams of the body frosting mixture. 

Step 8:  Depending on the depth of color you are looking to achieve, add anywhere from 5-15 drops of Fun Soap Colorant to each bowl.  Stir well with a spoon to fully incorporate. 

Step 9:  Finally, using your spoon scoop the foaming body frosting into your 4 oz clear PET jars and lid. 

Your foaming body frosting is now ready to use!  Enjoy!

Please Note:  If the fragrance oil you selected has vanillin, you may want to use the vanilla white color stabilizer in a 1 to 1 ratio to help with discoloration.  For labeling purposes, vanilla white color stabilizer is to be listed as "fragrance". 

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