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Pumpkin Puree Cold Process Soap Recipe

Recipe makes approximately 4 pounds of soap.

Ingredients Found At Natures Garden:

Directions:

Other Items Needed for this Recipe
Water
Pumpkin Puree


Total Recipe Weights:
405 grams Water
201 grams Lye

136 grams Pumpkin Seed Oil
340 grams Olive Oil Pomace

272 grams Fractionated Coconut Oil
136 grams Palm Oil
68 grams Castor Oil
408 grams Mango Butter
3 grams Titanium Dioxide
84 grams Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil
112 grams Pumpkin Puree


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

Click Here For Basic CP Soap Making Class. Also, before attempting to make any cold process soap, please become familiar with Soap Making Safety Class.

Please Note:  Once you add the lye water to the melted oils/butters, stick blend to light trace.  Then, in a separate container, weigh out 227 grams of soap batter and add 3 grams Titanium Dioxide.  Stick blend to incorporate and then set aside. 

Next, to the main portion of the batter add 112 grams of pumpkin puree and stick blend to incorporate. Then, add the fragrance oil and once again mix until you are ready to pour the soap batter into the mold. 

Once the soap batter is in the mold, take the white soap in your separate container and dollop the white soap on top of the soap in the mold. 

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We hope that you enjoy our Pumpkin Puree cold process soap recipe!


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