340 grams Sugar
50 grams Sweet Almond Oil
38 grams Argan Oil
10 grams Avocado Oil
175 grams Diamond Clear M&P Soap
18 grams Sour Watermelon Candy Fragrance Oil
5 grams Poppy Seed
10 drops FUN Soap Colorant- Neon Red
11 drops Fun Soap Colorant- Tomato Red
Clean and sanitize your work area. It is also suggested that you wear gloves while preparing this recipe.
Step 1: Lay out your 5 clamshell containers in the area where you will be filling them.
Step 2: Then, in a bowl weigh out the sugar. Once the sugar is in the bowl add the poppy seed. Gently stir to disperse. Set aside.
Step 3: Now, in your microwave safe bowl, weigh out the diamond clear melt and pour soap. Melt the soap in the microwave in 30 second increments. Stir gently each time. Keep melting the soap until it is all melted.
Step 4: Now to the soap, add the colors and sour watermelon candy scent. Stir well to incorporate.
Step 5: Next, weigh out and add the Sweet Almond Oil, Argan Oil, and Avocado Oil to the soap. Stir.
Step 6: Get ready to move! Quickly pour the sugar into the mixing bowl. Use your gloved hand to incorporate the mixture together.
Step 7: Finally, begin placing the mixture into the clamshell containers. Use your fingers to work the sugar scrub into each opening. When all 6 cavities are filled, place more of the mixture on top and flatten it down. Repeat for the remaining 4 clamshells. Then close the lid on each one. Allow the sugar cubes to fully set up overnight.
This sugar cube recipe is the complete package (because it even has the packaging included). The cubes look and smell like sour watermelon candy and are amazing for your skin too. Enjoy!
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