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Sep
16

Vampire Melt and Pour Soap Recipe


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Vampire Melt and Pour Soap RecipeVampire Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Today, we will be showing you how to create the Vampire Melt and Pour Soap Recipe.  This fun mp soap recipe uses Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil.  This is the perfect soap recipe for Halloween.  We will show you how to layer melt and pour soap.  Then, you will be able to insert vampire teeth embeds.  Finally, the soap is dripped with melt and pour soap to give it a true Halloween feel.

 

Vampire Melt and Pour Soap Recipe Ingredients Available from Natures Garden

Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap
Hemp Oil Melt and Pour Soap
Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil
FUN Soap Colorant Tomato Red
Embed Mold Vampire Teeth
Fractionated Coconut Oil
Vegetable Glycerin
Optiphen
Arrowroot Powder
Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
8 ounce Clear PET Bullet Bottle
White 24/410 Fine Mist Sprayer
Cutter For Mitre Box
Mitre Box
Thermometer
Disposable Pipettes
Silicone 4 Loaf Mold (or a 2 pound loaf mold)

Vampire Melt and Pour Soap Recipe Other Ingredients and Equipment Needed

Cutting Board
Scale
Microwave safe containers
Large Knife
Microwave
Rubbing alcohol (in the bullet bottle)

Vamp Vogue Fragrance OilVamp Vogue Fragrance Oil

Before we begin, let’s take a look at the fragrance oil we will be using.  This soap making project will use Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil from Natures Garden Soap Making Supplies. This Halloween fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a sexy, gothic statement. It starts with top notes of Blood Orange, Ruby Red Grapefruit, and Mandarin.  Then, it the citrus notes are followed by middle notes of Geranium, Bourbon, Oak Moss, and Dark Patchouli.  Finally, these notes are sitting on notes of Black Amber, Sandal Tree, Cashmere, and Musk. Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil is an NG original scent!

First, you will need to make the red portion of the vampire teeth.  In order to create the teeth, you will need 24 grams red play dough soap. To color our soap dough, we used 30 drops of the tomato red soap colorant.  Below, you will find the ingredients and amounts for this recipe as well as step by step instructions.  You will need about 3 grams of the soap dough for each set of vampire teeth.  For our Vampire Melt and Pour Soap Recipe, we will need 8 sets of vampire teeth.  So, you will need a total of 24 grams of the soap dough.  However, this recipe makes about 9 ounces of soap dough.  So, you will have extra soap dough for later use.

103 grams Arrowroot Powder
24 grams Vegetable Glycerin
112 grams Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap Base
14 grams Fractionated Coconut Oil
13 grams Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil
13 grams Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
3 grams Optiphen Preservative
30 drops Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant

Prepare the Soap Dough

Create the Arrowroot PasteCreate the Arrowroot Paste

So, in a small mixing bowl, weigh out 24 grams of Vegetable Glycerin and 21 grams Arrowroot Powder.  Then, blend these two ingredients with a fork to make a paste.  You can set this portion aside for the moment, we will come back to it.

Melt the Soap Base

Next, you will need to melt your soap base. So, you will need to first cut your soap base.  Then, in your microwave safe container, weigh out and melt 112 grams of Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap Base from Natures Garden.  Then, heat the soap in the microwave 30 seconds at a time. stir gently between each 30-second burst.  Keep melting until all soap base is in a liquid state.

Add the Vamp Vogue Fragrance OilAdd the Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil

Once all the  diamond clear soap base is melted, add 14 grams Fractionated Coconut Oil, 13 grams of the Vanilla White Color Stabilizer, and 13 grams Natures Garden’s Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil.  Stir until all of the ingredients are blended together.  Then, add your paste mixture that you set aside to the melted clear soap mixture and stir thoroughly.

Add the Soap ColorantAdd the Soap Colorant

At this time, you will need to add your soap colorant.  We used 30 drops of the tomato red FUN Soap Colorant.  Mix well. Lastly, you will need to add the Optiphen. So, place your thermometer in the mixture and wait for the correct temperature.  Optiphen should be added to your mixture around 120F.  When your mixture is at this temperature, add 3 grams of the Optiphen.  Then, mix thoroughly.

Add Arrowroot PowderAdd Arrowroot Powder

Now, weigh out 80 grams of the Arrowroot Powder.  You will want to slowly add this ingredient, working it in with a fork.  So, add some of the arrowroot powder and blend it into the mixture.  Then, add a bit more.  Repeat this process until you have added all of the arrowroot powder.  As you add the powder the mixture will thicken.

Completing the Soap Play DoughCompleting the Soap Play Dough

Next, you will need to lay out a piece of wax paper.  Then, you will need an additional 2 grams of arrowroot powder.  This will be used to coat your hands as you work with the dough.  It will prevent the dough from sticking to your hands.  Coat your hands with the arrowroot powder and place the soap dough on your wax paper. Begin kneading your dough until you are able to roll it into a ball.  Then, roll your dough into a ball and allow set out 20 minutes. Finally, the soap play dough soap is ready to use.  Pull about 24 grams from the ball to use for your vampire teeth.  The remaining dough can be stored in a Ziploc bag for later use.

Using the Red Soap DoughUsing the Red Soap Dough

Next, you will need to fill each cavity of the vampire teeth mold using the red soap dough.  You will fill only the gum portion of the mold with the red soap putty.  If needed, use a cotton swab to clean the teeth area and remove any red soap dough that may have gotten into this part of the mold.

 

Prepare the White Melt and Pour Soap

Adding the White MP Soap for the Vampire TeethAdding the White MP Soap for the Vampire Teeth

In order to finish creating the vampire teeth, you will need to create the white mp soap portion of the teeth.  So, weigh out and melt 136 grams of the hemp oil melt and pour soap. Once melted, add 6 grams of Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil and 6 grams of Vanilla White Color Stabilizer.  Then, stir and pour the melted soap into each cavity of the vampire teeth mold. Lastly, spray the soap with rubbing alcohol to release any air bubbles. Let the teeth to fully setup before removing them from the mold.

 

Prepare the White Soap for the Loaf PortionPrepare the White Soap for the Loaf Portion

Prepare the white portion of the soap loaf. You will need to weigh out and melt 870 grams of the hemp oil soap base.  Once melted, add 43 grams of the Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil. In addition, add 43 grams of the Vanilla White Color Stabilizer.  Stir to blend the ingredients together. Then, pour the melted soap into your two pound soap mold. Finally, spray the soap with rubbing alcohol to release any air bubbles. Be sure to allow the soap to setup completely before moving on.  Note:  If you are using the silicone 4 loaf mold, you will need to divide the soap equally between two of the cavities in the mold.

Prepare the Red Melt and Pour Soap

Prepare the Red Soap Loaf LayerPrepare the Red Soap Loaf Layer

Now, we will prepare the red layer of soap. So, melt 200 grams of the Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap Base.  Once melted, add 10 grams of the Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil from Natures Garden, 10 grams of the Vanilla White Color Stabilizer, and 6 drops of the Tomato Red FUN Soap.  Finally, spray the white soap that is in the soap mold with rubbing alcohol. Finally, pour the red soap directly on top of it.  Spray the red soap with rubbing alcohol.

Insert the Vampire TeethInsert the Vampire Teeth

Finally, we will begin placing the teeth in the soap loaf.  For this step, timing is extremely important.  You will want your red layer of soap to begin to setting up.  However, you do not want it to completely setup. It should have a somewhat thick film formed but should still be soft and will have a somewhat rubbery feel to it.  This is important because you need the soap to be soft enough that you can still press the fangs of the teeth into the soap loaf.  However, it needs to be hard enough that the teeth will stay standing. So, once the soap is ready, spray the red soap with rubbing alcohol. Then, gently press the teeth into the soap mold. Make sure that your place the teeth evenly throughout the soap mold.  Allow the soap to finish setting up before moving to the next step.

 

Cut the Soap LoafCut the Soap Loaf

Allow your soap loaf to completely setup.  Remove the soap from the mold.  Then, use the mitre box and mitre box cutter to slice your soap into eight bars.

 

Adding the Red Soap DripsAdding the Red Soap Drips

Our last step will be dripping the white soap with red soap to give it a dripping blood look.  So, we will drip bar of soap with red melt and pour soap.  Place each bar of soap on a piece of wax paper.  Then, you will need to melt 30 grams of Natures Garden’s Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap.  Then, add 1 gram of the Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil and 1 gram Vanilla White Color Stabilizer. In addition, add 3 drops of the Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant and stir.  Next, using a disposable pipette, drip red soap vertically down the white soap. You want to give the soap the appearance of blood dripping from the teeth punctures. Once you have dripped each bar of soap with the red soap, allow the soap to finish setting up.  When your soap is done setting up, it is ready to use!

The History of Vampires

Does this recipe have you wondering about the history and myths associated with vampires?  Well, you can read more about their history and how the myth began from the History.com.

Aug
23

Rosewood and Musk CP Soap Project


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Rosewood and Musk CP Soap ProjectRosewood and Musk CP Soap Project

Today, we will share with you our Rosewood Musk CP soap project.  This cold process soap recipe uses Rosewood Musk Fragrance Oil from Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplies.  This scent is an absolute dream to soap with and is stunning in the cured soap.  For this cp soap recipe, we used an in the pot swirl to create a beautiful pink, white, and brown soap swirl.  Then, we created two small soap loaves that were topped with dried red rose petals.

Rosewood and Musk CP Soap Project Ingredients Found at Natures Garden

Lye- Sodium Hydroxide
Sunflower Oil
Shea Butter
Coconut Oil 76
Jojoba Oil
Cocoa Butter Deodorized
Rosewood Musk Fragrance Oil
Neon Pink FUN Soap Colorant
Titanium Dioxide 
Organic Cocoa Powder
Pink Rose Petals
Sodium Lactate
Silicone Mold- 4 loaves
Safety Gloves
Safety Mask
Safety Glasses
Natures Garden Soap Apron
Thermometer

 

Other Supplies Needed for the Rosewood and Musk CP Soap Project

Other Ingredients & Equipment You’ll Need:
Distilled Water

  • Mixing Bowls
  • Mixing Spoons
  • Rubber Spatula
  • Scale
  • Stick Blender
  • Vinegar

Total Recipe Cold Process Soap Weights:

  • 323 grams Water
  • 112 grams Lye 
  • 20 grams Sodium Lactate (added to cooled lye solution)
  • 212 grams Sunflower Oil
  • 212 grams Shea Butter
  • 212 grams Coconut Oil 76
  • 85 grams Jojoba Oil
  • 127 grams Cocoa Butter
  • 64 grams Rosewood Musk Fragrance Oil

Rosewood and Musk CP Soap Project Total Colorant Amounts

Colorant for Pink Soap:
3 drops FUN Soap Colorant Neon Pink
Colorants For Brown Soap:

3 grams Organic Cocoa Powder (Mixed with a small amount of soaping oils)

Colorants For White Soap:

8 grams Titanium Dioxide (Mixed with a small amount of soaping oils)

Soap Making Preparations

Prior to begin the Rosewood and Musk CP Soap Project, you will want to prepare your work area.  First get all of your utensils, soap making supplies, and soap making ingredients ready and in your clean and clutter-free work area.  Then, fill a bottle with vinegar.  The vinegar can be used during soap making and clean up to neutralize lye.  If you have not made cold process soap before, you will want to learn about the process and safety precautions that should be taken during the soap making process.  So, click here for Natures Garden’s Basic CP Soap Making Class. Also, you will need to become familiar with our Soap Making Safety Class.

Prepare the Lye Solution for the CP Soap RecipePrepare the Lye Solution for the CP Soap Recipe

At this time, you should prepare your lye solution.  So, weigh out your distilled water.  Next, add the lye to the water slowly.  Stir as you add the lye.  Allow the lye solution to cool to room temperature.  Then, add the sodium lactate.  Sodium lactate will help harden the bars of soap.  This will also help when it comes time to remove your soap from the mold.  However, the sodium lactate is optional.

Prepare the Oils for the Rosewood and Musk Soap Prepare the Oils for the Rosewood and Musk Soap

It will take some time for the lye solution to come to room temperature.  However, you can go ahead and weigh out your soaping oils while you are waiting.  Once you have weighed out your soaping oils, it is time to melt them.  Once the oils are melted, you will also need to wait for your oils to come to room temperature.

Prepare the Colorants
Prepare the Colorants

So, now that you have both your lye solution and soaping oils cooling, you can prepare your soap colorants.  For this recipe, we will need three colorants in total, pink, brown, and white.  We will prepare the white and the brown colorants at this time.

Prepare the Brown ColorantPrepare the Brown Colorant

In order to create a brown color in our cold process soap, we will use cocoa powder.  So, weigh out your cocoa powder in a small dish.  Then, add a small amount of your soaping oils and mix.  It is okay if the oils are still warm when they are added to the cocoa powder.  By dispersing the cocoa powder in the soaping oils prior to adding them, they will mix more easily and evenly when we add it to the soap batter.

Prepare the White ColorantPrepare the White Colorant

Next, we will create a white colorant for our soap batter using Titanium Dioxide.  So, go ahead and weigh out your titanium dioxide in a small bowl.  We will then, once again, add a small amount of the soaping oils to the powder.  Once you have created both colorants, simply place them to the side until they are needed.

Prepare the Rosewood Musk Fragrance Oil
Prepare the Rosewood Musk Fragrance Oil

At this time, we will prepare the Rosewood Musk Fragrance Oil.  Weigh out the fragrance oil in a small bowl.  Then, place it of to the side where it will be undisturbed until we need it.

Rosewood Musk Fragrance OilWhat Does Rosewood Musk Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Rosewood Musk Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplies is the aroma of fresh cut rosewood and warm musk that blend together to create a clean, peppery scent.  The aroma begins with top notes of bergamot, tea, orange, and lemon.  Then, at the heart of rosewood musk, you will find middle notes of pepper and ginger.  This musk scent finishes with lingering notes of guicawood, vetiver, rosewood, and cedarwood.

Blend Your Soaping Oils and Lye SolutionBlend Your Soaping Oils and Lye Solution

Now, once your soaping oils as well as the lye solution are at room temperature, they are ready to be combined.  So, add the lye solution to the bowl containing the soaping oils.  Next, use your stick blender to blend the soap batter. 

Add the Rosewood Musk Fragrance Oil
Add the Rosewood Musk Fragrance Oil

Once your soap batter is emulsified, it is time to add the fragrance oil.  So, add the Rosewood Musk Fragrance Oil.  Then, once again, use the stick blender to incorporate the scent.

Divide the Rosewood Musk CP Soap Batter

Divide the Rosewood Musk CP Soap Batter

Now, it is time to separate your soap batter.  So, simply divide the soap batter equally into three bowls.

Add the Colorants to the Soap Batter
Add the Colorants to the Soap Batter

Next, add one of your colorants to each bowl.  So, one bowl should be colored with the pink colorant.  Add the pink colorant to this bowl.  Then, add the cocoa powder colorant to the second bowl.  Finally, add the titanium dioxide to the last bowl.  Lastly, use your stick blender to the blend the contents of each bowl to incorporate the colorants.  You will want to begin with the white soap batter.  Then, move to the pink soap batter.  Finally, stick blend the brown soap batter.  This will allow you to blend the contents of each bowl without needing to clean the stick blender in between mixing.

Pouring Rosewood and Musk CP Soap ProjectPouring Rosewood and Musk CP Soap Project

Before we begin pouring the soap, we would like to mention that about half of the white soap batter should be kept to top the soap loaf once it is poured.  So, starting with an empty bowl, begin pouring small amounts of each color of the soap batter. You will need to pour all of the colors in small increments. Keep pouring small amounts of the pink, brown, and some white soap batter until you have used all of the pink and brown soap batter and about half of the white soap batter.  Then, allow the remaining white batter aside to thicken a bit.  You can set this portion aside for the moment.

Swirling the Rosewood and Musk CP Soap ProjectSwirling the Rosewood and Musk CP Soap Project

For the moment we will focus on the brown, pink, and white bowl of soap batter.  So, place this bowl in front of you.  Next, you will need a rubber spatula.  Place the rubber spatula in the bowl. Then, slowly move the spatula in a circular motion around the bowl until you are happy with your swirls.

Pouring the Rosewood and Musk CP Soap
Pouring Rosewood and Musk CP Soap Batter

Finally, it is time to pour the soap batter into two cavities of the 4-loaf silicone mold.  So, divide the soap batter equally between the two cavities in the silicone soap mold.  Gently, tap the soap mold on the counter to release any air bubbles that may have formed.

Topping the Rosewood and Musk CP Soap 
Topping the Rosewood and Musk CP Soap

Next, we will begin topping our soap.  So, for this step, you will need the remaining white soap batter that you set aside.  It needs to be at a thick frosting-like consistency. Now, once the white soap batter is at this consistency, place the it on top of each loaf.  Create peaks in the white topping.

Adding Finishing Touches to the Rosewood and Musk CP Soap Project
Adding Finishing Touches to the Rosewood and Musk CP Soap Project

At this time, we will add a rose petal finishing touch!  Lightly sprinkle the top of each loaf with the pink rose petals.  You can use as little or as much as you would like.  We used less than a gram total for both loaves when creating ours.

Cutting the Rosewood and Musk CP Soap Project

Cutting the Rosewood and Musk CP Soap Project

After about 24- 48 hours, your rosewood musk cp soap can be removed from the mold.  Then, you can slice the soap loaves and allow them to finish curing.  The cold process soap will be ready to use after curing for 4-6 weeks.

 

 

Does Natures Garden’s Rosewood Musk have you curious about rosewood?  I have to admit, back when we began carrying this wonderful aroma, I found myself researching rosewood.  Well, if you too are curious, check out this article from hunker.com to find information on rosewood.

Of course, if you have any questions about this, or any other soap making or candle making project, feel free to ask.  You can contact us over the phone via our HUG line.  You can also reach us on both Twitter and Instagram @ngscents.  Finally, you can talk to us on Facebook or though the chat feature on our website.  We hope that you have enjoyed this cold process soap recipe as much as we enjoyed creating it for you!

Aug
22

Pearamel Soap Recipe


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Pearamel Soap RecipePearamel Soap Recipe

The next, Pearamel scented project from Natures Garden is the Pearamel Soap Recipe.  In this CP soap recipe, we will show you how to use natural discoloration to your advantage.  As soapers, we often look at discoloration as a bad thing.  However, sometimes it can work to your advantage.  In fact, Natures Garden’s Pearamel Fragrance Oil is the perfect example.  In this cold process soap recipe, we will leave a portion uncolored and allow it to its natural caramel color.

Pearamel Fragrance OilPearamel Fragrance Oil

So, I bet you are wondering what Pearamel Fragrance Oil smells like!  This pear scent is without a doubt, one of the strongest scents you will ever smell! It is the perfect blend of both caramel and pear.  It is absolutely delicious!  This caramel fragrance oil by Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplies begins with top notes of granny smith apples, along with both pears, and black cherries.  These fruity note are followed up with middle notes of warm caramel and maple sugar. Finally, this aroma is rounded out with base notes of buttercream and sweet vanilla.   This is one fragrance oil that will knock your socks off!

Natures Garden Ingredients for the Pearamel Soap Recipe

Lye- Sodium Hydroxide
Pearamel Fragrance Oil
Cocoa Butter- Golden Natural
Grapeseed Oil
Sweet Almond Oil
Palm Oil RBD
Rice Bran Oil
Fractionated Coconut Oil
Olive Oil
Cocoa Butter Melt and Pour Soap
Titanium Dioxide
Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
Lime Green FUN Soap Colorant
Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant
Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
Red Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
Chickweed
Sodium Lactate
Disposable Pipette
Safety Gloves
Natures Garden Apron
Safety Mask
Thermometer
Safety Glasses

Other Ingredients Needed for the Pearamel Soap Recipe

Distilled Water
Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoons
Rubber Spatula
Scale
Stick Blender
Vinegar
Wooden Skewer

Weights for the Pearamel Soap Recipe

409 grams of Chickweed Tea
159 grams of Lye
18 grams of Sodium Lactate
(added to the cooled lye solution)

215 grams of Cocoa Butter
107 grams of Grapeseed Oil
107 grams of Sweet Almond Oil
215 grams of Palm Oil
107 grams of Rice Bran Oil
215 grams of Fractionated Coconut Oil
107 grams of Olive Oil
54 grams of Pearamel Fragrance Oil
27 grams of Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
4 tablespoons Chickweed

Weights for the Green Soap Colorant

10 drops of FUN Soap Colorant Lime Green
2 drops of FUN Soap Colorant Kelly Green

Weights for the White Soap Colorant

8 grams of Titanium Dioxide
Mixed with a small amount of soaping oils

Weights for the Melt and Pour Soap

20 grams of Cocoa Butter Melt and Pour Soap
1 gram of Pearamel Fragrance Oil
1 gram of Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
3 drops of Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
1 toothpick of Red Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

Make A Few Preparations for the Pearamel Soap RecipeMake A Few Preparations for the Pearamel Soap Recipe

Prior to making this cold process soap recipe, you are going to want to make a few preparations for the Pearamel Soap Recipe. First of all, you are going to want to gather the soap making ingredients that are listed for this cosmetic recipe. Also, you are going to need to clear a work space to give yourself the space that you would need for small batch soap making. Also, you will want to prepare a spray bottle of vinegar for you to use for soap making. If you have not made cold process soap in the past, you will want to read both our Basic CP Soap Making Class and our guide to Soap Making Safety.

Also, you need to create a chickweed tea.  Fill two fillable teabags with chickweed.  Then, boil water and add the tea bags.  The water portion of this recipe will be replaced with the tea.  So, you need to make sure you have plenty of the chickweed tea.  For this recipe, you will need 409 grams of the tea.  You will want to boil extra water to ensure that you have enough for this recipe as some will evaporate.

 

Prepare the Lye Solution for the CP SoapPrepare the Lye Solution for the CP Soap

Now, you will need to prepare your lye solution for the cp soap.  In order to prepare your lye solution, you will need to weigh out the chickweed tea in a bowl.  Once you have weighed out your tea, weigh out your lye in a separate bowl.  Then, slowly add the lye to the tea.  Add a small amount of the lye and then stir using a rubber spatula.  Repeat this process until you have added all of the lye to the tea.  Allow the lye solution to cool to room temperature.  Once the lye solution has cooled, add the sodium lactate.

Prepare the Soaping Oils for the Pearamel Soap RecipePrepare the Soaping Oils for the Pearamel Soap Recipe

It will take some time for the lye solution to cool.  So, while you are waiting for your lye solution to cool, you can move on to preparing your soaping oils.  Weigh out all of the soaping oils listed above.  Then, melt the oils.  You will also want to allow your soaping oils to come to room temperature.

Prepare Your Pearamel Soap Recipe ColorantsPrepare Your Pearamel Soap Recipe Colorants

Once you have prepared your soaping oils, you can set them aside to cool and begin preparing your soap colorants.  For this recipe, we will prepare a white colorant and a green colorant.  The third caramel color in this recipe was created simply by allowing the soap to naturally discolor to its caramel color caused by the Pearamel Fragrance Oil.  In addition, your will need to weigh out 27 grams of Vanilla White Color Stabilizer.

Prepare the White Soap Colorant

In order to prepare the white soap colorant, we will use titanium dioxide.  So, in a small bowl, add 8 grams of titanium dioxide and a small amount of your soaping oils.  Mix the two ingredients together with a spoon.  By adding the oils to the titanium dioxide, it will prevent the white colorant from clumping when you add it your soap batter and allow it to disperse easily.  You can set the white colorant in your soaping area so it will be ready when you are ready to soap.

Prepare the Green Soap Colorant

Next, we will prepare the green soap colorant.  You will need another small bowl.  To this bowl, add 10 drops of the Lime Green FUN Soap Colorant along with 2 drops of the Natures Garden’s Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant.  Mix the two colorants together.  You can also set this colorant in your soaping area.  It will be used when we begin soaping.

Prepare the Pearamel Fragrance OilPrepare the Pearamel Fragrance Oil

At this time, prepare the Pearamel Fragrance Oil.  You will need to prepare two small bowls of fragrance oil.  To each of these bowls, add 27 grams of the Pearamel Fragrance Oil from Natures Garden.  Since we will be dividing our soap batter prior to scenting it, separating the fragrance oil into two smaller portions is going to be the easiest way to do this.  It will allow you to move more quickly when soaping.

Combine the Lye Solution and Soaping Oils
Combine the Lye Solution and Soaping Oils

Once your soaping oils and the lye solution have come to room temperature, you are reading to begin soaping.  So, add the soaping oils to the lye solution.  Finally, use your stick blend the to emulsify the soap batter.  

Separate Your Soap Batter
Separate Your Soap Batter

Next, you will need to divide your soap batter into three bowls.  So, pour one-third of the soap batter into each bowl.  Set two of the bowls aside for just a moment.

Prepare the Uncolored Soap BatterPrepare the Uncolored Soap Batter

First, we will work with the portion that will remain uncolored.  To this bowl, add 27 grams of the Natures Garden Pearamel Fragrance Oil.  Use your stick blender to incorporate the fragrance oil.

Prepare the White Soap Batter
Prepare the White Soap Batter

Next, you will want to prepare the white soap batter.  So, too the second bowl add the titanium dioxide mixture you prepared earlier.  This portion of the soap will remain unscented.  Once again stick blend and set this bowl aside for the moment.

Prepare the Green Soap Batter
Prepare the Green Soap Batter

Finally, you will need to prepare the green soap batter.  So, to your third bowl, add the green colorant, 27 grams of the Pearamel Fragrance Oil and 27 grams of the Vanilla White Color Stabilizer.  Using your stick blender, mix the ingredients together.

Pearamel Soap RecipePearamel Soap Recipe

At this time, we will begin pouring the soap batter into the loaf mold.  We will begin by pouring the uncolored portion into the soap mold.  Pour the soap into the soap mold. Once you have this base color poured, you can begin pouring the other two colors into the mold.  Alternate between the green and the white.  You will need to use all of the green soap batter and about half of the white soap batter.  We will be saving half of the white for the top of the soap.  You can set this portion aside for a few minutes.

Once you have poured all three colors of soap batter into the mold, place a wooden skewer into the mold and make circular motions throughout the soap mold.  This will create swirls throughout the loaf of soap.  Once you are satisfied with your swirls, tap the mold gently on your tabletop to release any air bubble in the soap batter.

Topping Pearamel Soap Topping Pearamel Soap

Now, we will begin topping the loaf of soap using the remaining white soap batter.  You want to wait until your white soap batter has a nice thick frosting-like consistency.  Once your remaining white soap batter is at a thickened, simply place it on top of the soap in a mountain-like shape.

Adding the Caramel Drizzle to the Pearamel SoapAdding the Caramel Drizzle to the Pearamel Soap

The last thing we will do to the soap loaf is add a caramel colored drizzle.  So, melt the cocoa butter melt and pour soap base.  Then, add the oxide colorants, Pearamel Fragrance Oil, and Vanilla White Color Stabilizer.  Gently stir to blend the ingredients. Finally, use a disposable pipette to drizzle the caramel color soap across the white soap batter.

 

Cut the Pearamel CP Soap and Allow it to CureCut the Pearamel CP Soap and Allow it to Cure

Wait about 24-48 hours before removing your soap from the mold.  When the soap is ready, cut the pearamel cp soap into slices.  Once you have allowed 4-6 weeks for your soap to cure, it is ready to use.

Try a Caramel and Pear Dessert

As you can tell from the Pearamel Fragrance Oil, the aroma of juicy pears and sugary sweet caramel create a scrumptious aroma. So, it can be easy to imagine how mouth watering the these flavors could be in a fresh, homemade dessert recipe! Try out this perfect blend of sweet caramel and fruit in the Caramel Pear Pudding recipe created by Taste of Home. You will be sure to enjoy this homemade dessert!

Any Questions About the Pearamel Soap RecipeAny Questions About the Pearamel Soap Recipe

We hope you enjoy the Natures Garden free cold process soap recipes like this one! If you have any questions about the Pearamel Soap Recipe, then feel free to reach out to us. You can ask us your questions on the telephone H.U.G. line, at the NG store, and online. The best way to reach out to us online is through our social media. You can use our handle @ngscents to find us on Instagram and Twitter. Also, you can find us on the NG Facebook page. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask us about this cold process soap recipe, but you can use our social media platforms to engage in the soap maker community. So, you can share your own cp soap inspirations, get help for soap making mistakes, and so much more!

Aug
20

Pearamel Whipped Soap


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Pearamel Whipped SoapPearamel Whipped Soap

This next cosmetic recipe is perfect for anyone looking for an easy homemade soap scrub recipe that lightly exfoliates, nourishes the skin, and cleans. The Pearamel Whipped Soap from Natures Garden is a fantastic sugar scrub recipe that lightly exfoliates using powdered sugar. Further, this soap recipe includes a fantastic wholesale soap base with ingredients that will clean your body as well as nourish your skin. So, you can truly pamper your skin with this soap making recipe. Further, this soap recipe uses the sweet and delicious scent of our Pearamel Fragrance Oil. This will allow you to create a soap recipe that is absolutely perfect for skin care. If you are interested, then you can take a look at the soap making procedure and ingredients in the soap blog below!

Natures Garden Ingredients for this Soap Making Recipe

Whipped Soap Base
Pearamel Fragrance Oil
Lime Green FUN Soap Colorant
Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant
Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
Red Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
Vanilla White Color Stabilizer 
4 oz. Clear PET JAR
White Dome Lid Smooth 58/400

Other Ingredients Needed for the Whipped Soap Recipe

Scale
Small Bowl
Spoon
Spatula
Hand Held Mixer
Deep Mixing Bowl
Powdered Sugar

Weights for the Caramel Layers of the Free Soap Recipe

151 grams of the Whipped Soap Base
11 grams of the Pearamel Fragrance Oil
83 grams of the Powdered Sugar
11 grams of the Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
30 drops of the Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
3 drops of the Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
7 drops of the Red Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

Weights for the Green Layers of the Whipped Soap Recipe

151 grams of the Whipped Soap Base
11 grams of the Pearamel Fragrance Oil
83 grams of the Powdered Sugar
11 grams of the Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
10 drops of the Lime Green FUN Soap Colorant
6 drops of the Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant

Weights for the White Layers of the Whipped Soap Recipe

151 grams of the Whipped Soap Base
11 grams of the Pearamel Fragrance Oil
83 grams of the Powdered Sugar
11 grams of the Vanilla White Color Stabilizer

Preparations for the Whipped Soap Base Recipe

Before you can started on this cosmetic recipe, you are going to be making a few preparations for the Whipped Soap Base Recipe. First of all, you are going to need to clean off and sanitize your work space for this whipped soap recipe using base. Also, you will want to gather all the needed soap making supplies for this whipped soap recipe. Further, you want to make sure that all of the soap making equipment you need is clean and ready to use. Once your supplies are ready and your work area is clear, you can get started!

The Pearamel Fragrance OilThe Pearamel Fragrance Oil

This bath recipe uses the lovely aroma of our Pearamel Fragrance Oil. So, your soap recipe will have the delicious aroma, which is absolutely, hands-down, one of the strongest and most scrumptious scents that you will ever smell! This fragrance begins with the juicy fruit top notes of granny smith apples, pears, and black cherries. Then, these fruity notes blend beautifully with sweet scents of caramel and maple sugar. Finally, these scents are rounded out with irresistible base notes of vanilla and buttercream. So, you will be sure to enjoy the scrumptious aroma of this fragrance oil in your homemade soap recipe.

Prepare the First Layer for the Whipped SoapPrepare the First Layer for the Whipped Soap

First of all, you are going to need to prepare the first layer for the whipped soap. This first layer will be the caramel colored layer in your finished product. So, you are going to need to weigh out 151 grams of the whipped soap base. Then, you will add this portioned soap base to a medium mixing bowl.

Adding the Fragrance Oil for the Whipped SoapAdding the Fragrance Oil for the Whipped Soap

Next, you are going to be adding the scent oil for the whipped soap. So, you will need to add 11 grams of the delicious Pearamel Fragrance Oil to your bowl of whipped soap base. Also, you will need to add 11 grams of the Vanilla White Color Stabilizer to this same bowl. Adding this soaping ingredient will help to prevent any discoloration that may occur due to the sweet vanilla fragrance note. After adding these soaping supplies, you will want to use the stick blender to fully incorporate them into the fluffy whipped soap.

Creating the Caramel Color for the Pearamel Whipped SoapCreating the Caramel Color for the Pearamel Whipped Soap

You are going to be creating the caramel color for the Pearamel Whipped Soap. So, you are going to need to add the soap colorant to your scented soap base. You will need to add in 30 drops of Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant, 3 drops of Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant, and 7 drops of Red Oxide FUN Soap Colorant. After adding these liquid soap colorants, you will want to use a stick blender to fully mix in the color.

Add the Powdered Sugar to the Soap RecipeAdd the Powdered Sugar to this Soap Recipe

After mixing in the colorant, you are ready to add the powdered sugar to this soap recipe. You are going to need to include 83 grams of the powdered sugar in your soap mixture. Then, you will need to use a stick blender to fully incorporate this ingredient. You will need to continue to whip the soap until your reach a frosting-like consistency. Then, you are ready for the next step in the soap making process.

Fill Your Jars with the Pearamel Whipped SoapFill Your Jars with the Pearamel Whipped Soap

Now, you are ready to fill your jars with the Pearamel Whipped Soap. You will want to get the cosmetic jar packaging that you need to be ready to use. So, you will need seven of the 4 oz. clear PET jars to be set up. Then, you will want to split your mixture evenly between these jars. You should be able to fill these jars about a third of the way. Once your first layer has been created and added to the containers, you are ready to move on to the next step in the soap making process.

Measure the Whipped Soap for the Second LayerMeasure the Whipped Soap for the Second Layer

Next, you are going to measure the whipped soap for the second layer. You will need to measure out 151 grams of the Whipped Soap Base for this second layer of the whipped soap recipe.

 

Adding the Fragrance to the Pearamel Whipped SoapAdding the Fragrance to the Pearamel Whipped Soap

Now, you are going to be adding the scent to the Pearamel Whipped Soap. You will need to add 11 grams of the Pearamel Fragrance Oil to your soap recipe. Also, you will need to include 11 grams of the  Vanilla White Color Stabilizer. After, you can use a stick blender to incorporate these both of these ingredients into your soap. This will add a lovely scent and help to prevent any possible discoloration.

Include the Powdered Sugar in the Pearamel Whipped SoapInclude the Powdered Sugar in the Pearamel Whipped Soap

Next, you will need to include the powdered sugar in the Pearamel Whipped Soap mixture. So, you are going to add the 83 grams of the powdered sugar to your other soap making ingredients. Then, you will need to continue to whip your soap base until it reaches a frosting-like consistency. Once you reach this point, you are ready for the next step in the soap method.

Add the Second Layer to the Pearamel Whipped SoapAdd the Second Layer to the Pearamel Whipped Soap

Now you are ready to add the second layer to your Pearamel Whipped Soap recipe. So, your are going to split your white soap mixture evenly between the seven clear jars. You will be adding this white layer right on top of the caramel colored whipped soap. Once your second layer is created, you are ready for the next step in this soap making recipe.

Weigh the Soap Base for the Green LayerWeigh the Soap Base for the Green Layer

Finally, you are going to weight the soap base for the green layer of this bath and body recipe. You are going to need to measure 151 grams of the whipped soap base and add it to your mixing bowl.

 

Adding the Pearamel Fragrance to the Whipped SoapAdding the Pearamel Fragrance to the Whipped Soap

Next, you are going to be adding the Pearamel scent to the Whipped soap recipe. So, you are going to add 11 grams of the Pearamel Fragrance Oil to your soap base. Also, you will need to include 11 grams Vanilla White Color Stabilizer to prevent discoloration. Then, use a stick blender to fully incorporate these soap making ingredients.

Coloring the Green Layer of the Pearamel Whipped Soap Coloring the Green Layer of the Pearamel Whipped Soap

You are going to be coloring the green layer of the Pearamel Whipped Soap. So, you are going to need to add 10 drops of the Lime Green FUN Soap Colorant and 6 drops of the Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant. After adding these soap colorants wholesale, you will need to use a stick blender to include these cosmetic colorants.

Add the Powdered Sugar to the Pearamel Whipped SoapAdd the Powdered Sugar to the Pearamel Whipped Soap

Now, you are going to add the powdered sugar to the Pearamel Whipped Soap mixture. You will need 83 grams of the powdered sugar. Once you have the sugar included, you will need to use your stick blender to thoroughly mix all of these ingredients. You can move on to the next step in this process once the mixture takes on a consistency that is similar to frosting. 

Making the Green Layer for the Pearamel Whipped SoapMaking the Green Layer for the Pearamel Whipped Soap

Once you have the right consistency, you will be making the green layer for the Pearamel Whipped Soap recipe. So, you will need to divide your green soap mixture evenly between the seven 4 ounce clear PET jars. Once your jars have been filled with this last layer, you are ready to begin packaging your whipped soap recipe.

Finish the Pearamel Whipped Soap Recipe

Now that your seven cosmetic jars have been filled, you are ready to finish the Pearamel Whipped Soap Recipe. All you have left to do is add the lids to each of your jars. So, you will need to grab seven of the 58/400 white, smooth dome lids. Then, secure these lids onto each of the filled jars. Finally, your whipped soap is finished and ready to use!

Using the Pearamel Whipped Soap Recipe

After adding the lids to your jars of whipped soap, your whipped soaps are finally finished. Of course, you can save your finished jars to sell. Or, you can immediately use your whipped soap recipe to cleanse and care for your skin. Further, this scent will provide you with a delicious aroma. So, try our your own whipped soap recipe or save the jars to sell in your soap making business. No matter how you use your whipped soap recipe, you will be sure to enjoy the skin care benefits of this lovely product.

Pear and Caramel Dessert Recipe

If you enjoy the scrumptious aroma of our Pearamel Fragrance Oil, then you will love this pear and caramel dessert recipe! The Easy Salted Caramel Pear Trifle recipe from Spoonabilities blends this perfect flavors to create a truly fantastic treat. This dessert recipe uses pound cake, poach Bosc pears, flavored whipped cream, crushed toasted hazelnut and L’Epicurien Salted Butter Caramel Spread to create a delicious recipe that you just have to try! So, check out this yummy pearamel dessert recipe and try out this recipe for yourself.

Questions About the Pearamel Whipped SoapQuestions About the Pearamel Whipped Soap

We hope that you had fun learning how to make whipped soap with melt and pour! Feel free to ask us any more questions about the Pearamel Whipped Soap Recipe. You can talk to us on the telephone H.U.G. line, at the NG store, and online. An easy way to talk to us online is through social media. One way to reach out is to find us on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, our handle @ngscents can be used to find us on Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask us about this homemade soap recipe, but you can use our social media platforms to engage in the community. So, you can share your own bath and body recipe ideas, ask for crafting suggestions, and so much more!

Aug
16

Champagne CP Soap Project


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Champagne CP Soap ProjectChampagne CP Soap Project

Anyone that is curious about how to make soap with champagne will love this soap recipe from Natures Garden. Our Champagne CP Soap Project provides you with a diy bath and body recipe that is gorgeous and cares for the skin. First, this cosmetic recipe uses soap making supplies, like cosmetic oils, that will nourish the skin. Plus, this cold process soap includes the sweet aroma of our Champagne Pomegranate Fragrance Oil that is enhanced by wonderful effervescent notes of champagne. So, you can use this moisturizing cold process soap recipe to make cp soap that is nourishing, has a gorgeous scent, and a beautiful swirled soap design. So, take a look at the soap blog below for details on this recipe for making soap.

Natures Garden Ingredients for the Champagne CP Soap Project

Lye
Champagne Pomegranate Fragrance Oil
Sweet Almond Oil
Avocado Oil
Mango Butter
Palm Oil
Macadamia Nut Oil
Coconut Oil 76
Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
Deep Purple FUN Soap Colorant
Titanium Dioxide
Safety MASK for Soap Making- 2 count
Natures Garden Apron
Safety Glasses for Soap Making
Thermometer
Safety GLOVES for Soap Making- 1 pair

Other Ingredients and Supplies for the Champagne CP Soap Project

Scale
Champagne
Distilled Water
Mixing Bowls
Rubber Spatula
Stick Blender
Vinegar
Wooden Skewer

Weights for the Base of the Champagne CP Soap

129 grams of Water
129 grams of Champagne
95 grams of Lye

136 grams of Mango Butter
68 grams of Avocado Oil
136 grams of Palm Oil
68 grams of Sweet Almond Oil
136 grams of Macadamia Nut Oil
51 grams of Champagne Pomegranate Fragrance Oil
136 grams of Coconut Oil 76

Weights for the Red Soap Colorant for the Champagne Soap 

5 grams of FUN Soap Colorant Tomato Red
5 grams of FUN Soap Colorant Deep

Weights for the White Soap Colorant for the Champagne Soap 

12 grams of Titanium Dioxide
A small amount of your soaping oils

Make Preparations for the Champagne CP Soap Project

Before you start working on your handcrafted soap, you will have to make some preparations for the Champagne CP Soap Project. First, you are going to want to gather all of your soap making supplies that are listed for this cosmetic recipe. Additionally, you are going to want to clean off a work space to allow yourself the space that you would need to make easy homemade soap recipes with lye. Also, you will want to prepare a spray bottle of vinegar for you to use later in this soap making method.

Boil the Champagne for the Cold Process Soap RecipeBoil the Champagne for the Cold Process Soap Recipe

Another preparation that you will need to make is to boiling the champagne for your soap recipe with lye. So, you will want to place this alcohol into a pot. Then, use a stove top to boil it for about 30-40 minutes. Be sure that you stir your champagne periodically as it boils.

 

 

After this amount of time has elapsed, you will weigh out and carefully pour the champagne into ice cube freezer trays. Next, you will place these trays in the freezer overnight. When you are ready to make your champagne soap, the frozen champagne  cubes will be used to replace half of the water portion in the water/lye solution.

Using Alcohol in Soap Making

We have some advice for using alcohol in soap making. When you are choosing your champagne, we would recommend that you try to use something with a lower sugar content. If you are using a type of champagne with a high sugar content, then it will speed up gel. This extra sugar will increase the likelihood that your soap batter will bubble up and out of the soap mold. While it is less likely, this may occur even with the lower sugar content for your champagne. With this in mind, you will want to prepare for this possibility. So, take proper precautions at safeguarding the surface your mold is placed on.

Making Preparations for the Champagne CP Soap Project

Before you begin this cold process soap recipe, you will be making preparations for the Champagne CP Soap Project. First, you are going to want to collect all of your soaping supplies that are listed above for this free soap making recipe. Additionally, you are going to want to clear up a work area to give yourself the space needed to make soap with lye. Also, you will want to prepare a spray bottle of vinegar as well as a bottle of rubbing alcohol. Then, set both of these bottles aside for when you need them later on.

Making the Lye Solution for the Champagne CP Soap 

You are going to be making the lye solution for the Champagne CP Soap. First, you will need to prepare the mixture of water and champagne. So, you will need 129 grams of water and 129 grams of the champagne that you have already frozen.

Making the Lye Solution for the Champagne CP Soap 

 

 

 

Second, you will need to measure out the lye for soap making. So, you will need to weigh 95 grams of the lye into a separate bowl. Now, you are ready to add the lye to your water/champagne. As you add the lye, you will want to slowly stir the mixture. Then, let the solution cool to room temperature.  

Prepare the Cosmetic Oils for the Champagne CP Soap RecipePrepare the Cosmetic Oils for the Champagne CP Soap Recipe

Also, you are going to want to prepare the cosmetic oils for the Champagne CP Soap Recipe. So, you will need to weigh and add these soaping oils to a mixing bowl. You will need 136 grams of Mango Butter, 68 grams of Sweet Almond Oil, 136 grams of Palm Oil, 68 grams of Avocado Oil, 136 grams of Macadamia Nut Oil, and 136 grams of Coconut Oil 76. Once you have all of these wholesale oils weighed out, you will want to set them aside to cool down.

Get the Soap Colorants Ready for the Soap Procedure

While you are waiting for your soaping oils and lye solution to cool, you can get the soap colorants ready for the soap procedure. So, you will need two small bowls. One of these bowls will have 5 grams of FUN Soap Colorant Tomato Red and 5 grams of FUN Soap Colorant Deep Purple. The second bowl should have 12 grams of Titanium Dioxide mixed with a small amount of your melted soaping oils. Then, mix up the white colorant for your soap. Now, you can set these two soap colorants to the side for a later step.

Mix Your Soaping Oils and Lye Solution for the Champagne Soap Mix Your Soaping Oils and Lye Solution for the Champagne Soap 

Now you are ready to mix your soaping oils and lye solution for the champagne soap. So, you will want to pour your lye solution into your melted oil mixture. Then, you will need to use a stick blender to thoroughly mix these bath soap ingredients together. After everything has been mixed together you are ready for the next step.

Adding the Fragrance Oil for the CP Soap RecipeAdding the Fragrance Oil for the CP Soap Recipe

At this point, you are going to be adding the fragrance oil for the cp soap recipe. So, you will need to weigh and add 51 grams of the Champagne Pomegranate Fragrance Oil. This scented oil will give your soap the scent of a sparkling bouquet of grapefruit, lemon, and orange. These refreshing top notes are blended with fresh tones of red fruit and a twist of crushed pomegranate seeds. Further, this lively scent has hints of green foliage that are freshened with a blend of crisp aldehydes, which reinforce the sparkling top note of the fragrance.

Divide the Soap Batter for the Champagne CP Soap Project

Once your cp soap has been scented, you are going to divide the soap batter for the Champagne CP Soap Project. So, you will need to add half of your cold process soap to a new, clean mixing bowl. Then, you will want to leave the remaining half of the soap in the same bowl. 

https://www.naturesgardencandles.com/titanium-dioxide-oil-dispersibleCreate the Red Potion of the Champagne CP Soap 

Now, you are going to create the red portion of the Champagne CP Soap. So, you are going to need one of your two soap batter portions. In this bowl, add the red soap colorant that you have previously prepared. Then, use a stick blender to fully incorporate the colorant in your soap. You can set this soap aside for now.

Create the White Potion of the Champagne CP Soap Create the White Potion of the Champagne CP Soap 

Next, you are going to create the white portion of the Champagne CP Soap. You will need the other portion of your cold process soap batter. Then, you are going to add the white colorant to this soap batter. After, you will need to mix the colorant using a stick blender.

Combining the Two Soap Colors for the Champagne Soap ProjectCombining the Two Soap Colors for the Champagne Soap Project

Once you have both of these soap colorants mixed, you are going to be combining the two soap colors for the Champagne Soap Project. So, you will want to start with the white colored soap. Then, you are going to be pouring the red colored soap into the white soap. You will want to pour the red soap in small amounts all throughout the bowl of white soap. After you have used up all of the red soap batter, you are ready to move on to the next step in the soap making process.

Swirl the Cold Process Soap BatterSwirl the Cold Process Soap Batter

Now, you are going to swirl the cold process soap batter. You will need to use a spatula and move it through the bowl in a circular motion. Continue to slowly move in a circular motion until you are happy with the swirls in your bowl.

Pouring the Champagne CP Soap Pouring the Champagne CP Soap 

After you have created the swirl in your bowl, you are going to pouring the champagne cp soap. So, you are going to need to set up your wholesale soap mold. Then, you will want to gently pour this soap into the loaf mold. After pouring all of your soap, you are going to want to wait for your soap to completely set up.

Finishing Up the Champagne CP Soap ProjectFinishing Up the Champagne CP Soap Project

Now you are just going to be finishing up the Champagne CP Soap Project. After waiting roughly 24 to 48 hours, you soap should be completely set up. Then, you can remove your soap from the mold and cut it into individual sliced bars. Depending on how wide you make the bars, you should end up with about eight individual bars of soap. Then, you will need to let your soap bars  cure for about 4 to 6 weeks. Afterwards, you are finally ready to use the finished cold process soap bars!

Throw a Themed Cocktail Party 

Now that you have your own batch of boozy soap, you have the perfect excuse to throw a themed cocktail party! The Bubble Themed Cocktail Party from Martha Stewart would be a fun way to celebrate and have a good time. Plus, the bubbly theme would go perfectly with your bubbly batch of cp soap!

Reach Out About the Champagne CP Soap ProjectReach Out About the Champagne CP Soap Project

We hope you enjoyed creating this cold process soap recipe! If you are interested in making more free cold process soap recipes, then you may want to take a look at the Cold Process Soap Recipes page on the Natures Garden website. Also, you can reach out about the Champagne CP Soap Project for help with any confusion that you may have. You can reach out to us using the phone H.U.G. line, in the Natures Garden store, and online. An easy way to reach out to us online is through our social media platforms. First of all, you can reach out to us on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use @ngscents to find us on Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask us soap making questions that you may have, but that’s not all you can do on our social media platforms! You can take part in the soap making community and share your own soap making ideas, too. So, we wish you luck with your soaping recipes and hope to hear from you soon!

Aug
08

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe


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Spin Swirl Soap RecipeSpin Swirl Soap Recipe

Anyone that is looking for some fun soap design ideas will definitely need to check out the Spin Swirl Soap Recipe! This cold process soap recipe uses a soap making technique that will leave you with a fun soap design in your finished products. Not only does this soap recipe use an awesome design, but this homemade cosmetic recipe uses quality soap making supplies from Natures Garden. So, you can create cp soap that has a fantastic design and will care for your skin!

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Ingredients From Natures Garden

Lye
Mango Butter
Fractionated Coconut Oil
Argan Oil
Palm Oil
Castor Oil
Grapeseed Oil
Sweet Almond Oil
Jailhouse Red FUN Soap Colorant
Neon Pink FUN Soap Colorant
Yelp Yellow FUN Soap Colorant
Neon Red FUN Soap Colorant
Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
Titanium Dioxide
Star Fruit Mango Fragrance Oil
Safety Glasses for Soap Making
Large Rectangle Tray Mold
Safety GLOVES for Soap Making- 1 pair
Thermometer
Safety MASK for Soap Making- 2 count
Soap Apron

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Other Soap Making Supplies

Scale
Water
Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoons
Stick Blender
Rubber Spatula
Vinegar
Lazy Susan

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Total Recipe Weights

277 grams of distilled water
107 grams of the Lye

145 grams of the Mango Butter
145 grams of the Fractionated Coconut Oil
72 grams of the Argan Oil
145 grams of the Palm Oil
36 grams of the Castor Oil
72 grams of the Grapeseed Oil
109 grams of the Sweet Almond Oil
55 grams of the Star Fruit Mango Fragrance Oil

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: White Soap Colorant

7 grams of the Titanium Dioxide
Mixed with a small amount of your soaping oils

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Yellow/Orange Soap Colorant

6 grams of the Yelp Yellow FUN Soap Colorant
2 grams of the Jailhouse Red FUN Soap Colorant
3 drops of the Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Red/Orange Soap Colorant

2 grams of the Jailhouse Red FUN Soap Colorant
2 grams of the Neon Pink FUN Soap Colorant
3 drops of the Yelp Yellow FUN Soap Colorant

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Red Soap Colorant

3 grams of the Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
4 grams of the Neon Red FUN Soap Colorant

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Sanitize and Make Preparations

Before you start on this cold process soap recipe, you will want to make a few preparations. First, you will want to gather and wash any equipment you are going to need for this bath and body recipe. Also, you will want to gather any of the soap making supplies that are needed for the spin soap. Next, you are going to want to clean up a space for you to use as a work area. You will want to make sure you have enough space to work comfortably. This will make the soap making process easier and more fun!

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Prepare a Bottle of Vinegar

Also, you will want to prepare a bottle of vinegar before making this homemade cold process soap. Since the vinegar will be used to deactivate any lye that may come into contact with your skin, this bottle of vinegar will be important for practicing cold process soap safety. Furthermore, you can use the vinegar to clean up your work station after making cp soap to make sure that there isn’t any active lye left behind that could be hazardous. So, you will want to fill the 8 ounce spray bottle with vinegar and set it nearby until it is needed.

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Prepare the Lye SolutionSpin Swirl Soap Recipe: Prepare the Lye Solution

First, you are going to create the lye solution for this cp soap recipe. You will want to prepare this homemade soap recipe in a well ventilated room to avoid breathing it in. Further, you will need to wear a face mask and protective clothing during the soap making process to protect yourself from fumes and potential splashing. You are going to measure out 107 grams of the lye for soap making and add it to 277 grams of the distilled water. You will need to be sure to stir as you add the lye to your water. After everything is mixed, you will need to place the container in a safe place to wait for your solution to cool to room temperature.

https://www.naturesgardencandles.com/soap-making/soap-oils-butters-waxesSpin Swirl Soap Recipe: Preparing the Cosmetic Oils

While you are waiting for you lye solution to cool, you can begin to prepare your soap making oils and butters. You will need to weigh out 145 grams Mango Butter, 145 grams Fractionated Coconut Oil, 72 grams Argan Oil, 145 grams Palm Oil, 36 grams Castor Oil, 72 grams Grapeseed Oil, and 109 grams Sweet Almond Oil. Then, add all of these cosmetic ingredients to a medium mixing bowl that is microwave safe. You will need to use short intervals in the microwave to melt these ingredients. After, you will set your bowl aside to wait for the soaping oils to cool to the right temperature.

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Prepare the Cosmetic ColorantsSpin Swirl Soap Recipe: Prepare the Cosmetic Colorants

While you are waiting for your lye solution and cosmetic oil mixtures to both cool down to room temperature, you can begin to prepare the four soap colorants that you will need for this bath and body recipe. So, you are going to need to get four separate mixing bowls that are about medium sized. In each of these medium mixing bowls you are going to add one of the colorant mixtures for the different potions of the soap batter.

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Prepare the White Colorant

First, you are going to need one of the medium mixing bowls to hold the white colorant for this soap. In this bowl you will need to add 7 grams of the Titanium Dioxide. Additionally, you will want to mix in a small amount of soaping oils. You will want to mix these two cosmetic ingredients together well to get rid of any clumps. Once everything is mixed together, you can set this colorant aside for a later step.

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Prepare the Yellow/Orange Colorant

Next, you are going to another medium mixing bowl. This bowl is going to contain the yellow/orange colorant. So, you are going to need to add 6 grams of the Yelp Yellow FUN Soap Colorant, 2 grams of the Jailhouse Red FUN Soap Colorant, and 3 drops of the Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant. Then, you can set this bowl aside for the moment.

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Prepare the Red/Orange Colorant

Also, you will prepare the red/orange colorant in another medium mixing bowl. You will need to add 2 grams of the Jailhouse Red FUN Soap Colorant, 2 grams of the Neon Pink FUN Soap Colorant, and 3 drops of the Yelp Yellow FUN Soap Colorant. After, you can set this bowl aside for a later step.

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Prepare the Red Colorant

Lastly, you are going to prepare the red colorant in a clean, medium mixing bowl. You will need to add 3 grams of the Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant and 4 grams of the Neon Red FUN Soap Colorant. Then, you can set this bowl aside for the moment.

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Combing the Lye and Cosmetic OilsSpin Swirl Soap Recipe: Combing the Lye and Cosmetic Oils

Once the lye solution and the cosmetic oils have reached room temperature, you are ready to combine them. So, you are going to add the lye solution to your cosmetic oils and use a stick blender to emulsify everything together.

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Adding the Fragrance OilSpin Swirl Soap Recipe: Adding the Fragrance Oil

Now that your cosmetic ingredients have been emulsified, you are ready to add the fragrance oil. So, you are going to weigh out 55 grams of the Star Fruit and Mango Fragrance Oil. Once this scented oil is added to your soap batter, you are going to need to use a stick blender to thoroughly incorporate the scent into your mixture.

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Star Fruit and Mango Fragrance OilSpin Swirl Soap Recipe: Star Fruit and Mango Fragrance Oil

This fun spin swirl soap recipe includes the scent of our Star Fruit and Mango Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil is a blend of fresh star fruit and mango. This scent is rounded out with notes of ripened strawberry and juicy peach. So, your cold process soap will have a refreshing aroma of this fruity scent.

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Dividing the Soap BatterSpin Swirl Soap Recipe: Dividing the Soap Batter

Now you are going to need to divide the scented soap batter into four equal portions. Also, you are going to need to retrieve the four mixing bowls with your prepared colorants. You will need to use all of the soap batter and try to use about the same amount of soap in each of the four bowls. Then, mix one of the prepared soap colorants into each of the four soap batter mixtures and stick blend to incorporate the color.

Spin Swirl Soap Recipe: Filling the Soap MoldSpin Swirl Soap Recipe: Filling the Soap Mold

Next, you are going to be filling the soap mold with your portioned soap batter. So, you will need to retrieve the large rectangle tray mold. You will be filling up your wholesale soap mold by pouring only into only two of the corners. These corners will need to be diagonal from one another. Then, you will need to choose two of your colors to start with to pour into the corners. You will need to pour one into each of the corners at the same time. Then, switch the bowls between your hands and pour these colors at the same time. Next, you will grab the two remaining colors, pour one into each corner, switch hands, and pour again. You will need to repeat this process until the mold is filled.

Spinning Your CP SoapSpinning Your CP Soap

As soon as you have your soap mold filled, you are going to spin the soap to create the design for this cp soap recipe. So, you will need to gently transfer the soap mold from the table and onto the lazy Susan. Then, you can begin to slowly spin the lazy Susan in a single direction. This spinning will begin to move your soap batter and create wavy lines. You will want to continue to swirl the soap until you feel that your design has enough swirl. Once you are satisfied with the design of your swirl soap, you can stop spinning the lazy Susan.

Finishing Your Spin Swirl Soap

Now, your cold process soap is nearly ready to use! All you have left to do is allow your soap the time to set up and cure. After 24-43 hours you can remove the soap from the cosmetic mold. Now you can slice your soap along the lines that were created from the soap mold. Then, you will need to let your soap rest for 4-6 weeks before using. After this cure time, you can finally use your beautiful cold process soap!

Creating Spin Art With Paint

Not only can you create some cool soap designs with this technique, but you can make some fun art, too! If you would like to try out this spin technique in other crafty ways, then check out the DIY Spin Art Machine with a Salad Spinner from DIY Candy. So, you can use this method to create fun designs with paint. Simply by spinning the canvas you can create some gorgeous art!

Reach Out to UsReach Out to Us

We hope you enjoyed this free craft recipe on how to make soap. If you have any more questions about this moisturizing cold process soap recipe or how to do the swirl soap technique , then feel free to reach out to us for help. You can reach out to us using the phone H.U.G. line, in the NG store, and online. An easy way to reach out to us online is through our social media platforms. First, we are available on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask us any soap making questions that you may have , but that’s not all! You can share your own soap design patterns and creations, too. So, we hope that we will hear from you sometime very soon!

Jul
30

Soap Making Classes


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Soap Making ClassesSoap Making Classes

If you want to learn how to make soap, then you can benefit from the soap making classes available from Natures Garden. We have soap making classes with soap making recipes that are perfect for aspiring soap makers that have never made soap before. However, we have even more detailed classes that can be used as a reference as well. So, soap makers at different levels of experience can utilize these soap making classes to learn even more about soap making!  

What Are the Different Types of Soap MakingWhat Are the Different Types of Soap Making

If you are wondering, “What are the different types of soap making?”, then we may have the perfect soap for you! The Soap Making: Where Do I Start soaping class may be useful for you! First, you can create melt and pour soap with an already made soap base. Also, you can use a few methods to create soap with lye.  These options cold process soap, hot process soap, and cold processed oven processed soap. These four different types of soap making each have their own differences and benefits. In this soap class will explain the different types of soap making methods so that you can learn about and find your favorite soap making method. You can also use this soap making class to learn about soap making if you are just starting out. Or, perhaps, you want to try a different method but are unsure where to start.

Soap Making TerminologySoap Making Terminology

If you are new to soap making, then you will definitely want to check out our soap making class, Soap Making Terminology. This soap making class shares a list of words that are likely to come up when soap making. Of course, some of these terms will show up more often and will become like second nature. With the help of this class, you will have the soap lingo down in no time!

Soap Making Classes for Common Soap Making QuestionsSoap Making Classes for Common Soap Making Questions

Next, we have a soap making class that is perfect for beginning soap makers. As a new soaper you may know a bit about soap making, but there are many soaping terms that can be hard to keep up with. If you are still a beginning soap maker, then you may find the soap making class for Common Soap Making Questions useful. What sets this soap class apart from our other soap making classes is that this class has been created to answer many different soap making questions. Further, these are questions that have been most commonly asked by soap makers. So, we cover all kinds of different soap making questions that relate to the specific types of soap making methods as well as questions for general soap making. So, this soaping class could be a useful tool for making soap at home.

Soap Making Classes for Soap Making SafetySoap Making Classes for Soap Making Safety

Before you create your first soap recipe with lye, you are going to want to learn how to keep yourself safe. As long as you take the proper safety precautions and understand what you are going to be doing, then you will be perfectly fine. So, you can use one of our soap making classes for soap making safety to learn how to make soap safely.

First of all, you will want to learn what you should wear during the soap making process. Also, you will want to learn what lye is, how to use it, and what to do to protect yourself and others from the potential danger of mishandling the lye. Plus, this soaping class will share with you how the curing process works and when it is safe to use your finished bars of soap. Once you go through this class to learn what lye is and how you can protect yourself, you will be ready to start soap making!

Cold Process Soap Making Classes Cold Process Soap Making Classes

Now that you know a bit about cold process soap safety, you can try making your very own cold process soap. You can use our Cold Process Soap Class 101 soap making class to learn how to make soap at home. Instead of using this soaping class for answering questions like other cold process soap making classes, this cp soap class provides you with a free soap recipe that is perfect for newbies. In this soap making class, we will with walk you through a basic recipe for making cold process soap. This homemade soap recipe is a perfect recipe for beginner cold process soap makers because this soap recipe provides simple, detailed steps to create a basic scented soap recipe. So, get your soap making supplies and get started on your first soap making recipe!

Making Your Own Soap Recipe ClassMaking Your Own Soap Recipe Class

While creating your own soap recipe from scratch can seem intimidating, our Making Your Own Soap Recipe Class can help you do it! Of course, it would be difficult for a new soap maker to jump right into formulating a recipe. So, this class may be more useful for soapers that have some experience and are ready to expand their soaping skills. In this soap making class, we will want you through how to use a soap calculator to create your own custom bar of soap.

First, you will need to factor in the ratio of lye to water. Also, you will be able to switch out the type and amounts of cosmetic oils. Further, the soap calculator will tell you the properties that this particular recipe will provide for you. To start, you can either enter in and alter a soap recipe previous made or you can start from scratch and alter details as you go. Either way, you will be able to create cold process soap that fits your exact needs!

Soap Making Classes for Finding the Perfect RecipeSoap Making Classes for Finding the Perfect Recipe

Once you have tried out a few different kinds of cold process soap recipes, you will find that each recipe makes soap that is a bit different. Each recipe has its own combination of ingredients that lead to soap properties that make it unique compared to soap bars made with other recipes. You can use our Soap Making- Finding the Perfect Recipe class to learn more about how these ingredients affect the finished bars. So, you could use this to create the best soap making recipe for your preferences.

The different properties in your soap bars will depend on the ingredients that you use. What are the ingredients for homemade soap? Basically, you have water, lye, and cosmetic oils. Also, the different types of cosmetic oils that are included will influence the properties of the finished soap, too. This soaping class will explain the qualities that some of the most common fatty acids provide for soap making. Also, you will see a reference for the typical ranges for different properties in an average bar of soap. You can use these ranges to compare to your own formulation on the soap calculator. So, you can use this class as a tool for formulating your own homemade soap recipe from scratch.

Soap Making Classes for Soaping Oil PropertiesSoap Making Tutorial for Soaping Oil Properties

If you are formulating your own soap recipe from scratch, then it would be useful to know how the cosmetic oils will affect your finished product. So, this Soap Making Tutorial for Soaping Oil Properties will explain the properties that different cosmetic oils will provide your soap. In this soaping class, we break down the properties associated with common fatty acids in soap making.

Then, you can use this to determine the properties of cosmetic oils based on their fatty acid make up. For instance, you can go to the Argan Oil page on the Natures Garden website and find the break down of fatty acids for this oil. Based on the fatty acid break down, this cosmetic oil would mostly provide conditioning properties, bar hardness, and creamy lather. Knowing this will make it easier to switch out oils to create a soaping recipe that cares for you exactly how you need it to.

How Do You Add Scent to Homemade Soap?How Do You Add Scent to Homemade Soap?

Also, you can customize that fragrance for your cp soap. While you can theoretically add any of your favorite scents to your cold process soap, fragrance oils can make your batch perform differently. If you are asking yourself, “How do you add scent to homemade soap?”, then you can use our Fragrances Tested in CP Soap Results soap making class. This soap class has all of our own soap testing results for each of the body safe Natures Garden fragrance oils.

Melt and Pour Soap InformationMelt and Pour Soap Information

If you would like to learn how to make soap with soap base, then check out our Melt and Pour Soap Information. This soap class is a great introduction for soap makers that unsure what mp soap is or how to use the soap base. First of all, this soap class will explain what mp soap is. Also, this soap class will break down and explain the purpose of the cosmetic ingredients that are in our wholesale soap bases. Of course, we will share with you how to use melt and pour soap base correctly as well as how to add fragrance, soap colorant, and cosmetic herbs. So, this introductory soap tutorial would be a great place to start before making your first batch of melt and pour soap!

How to Use MP Soap Base

You can use our class on How to Use Melt and Pour Soap for a step by step tutorial on mp soap. This basic soap recipe will walk you through the basics for any melt and pour soap recipe. After you know the basics of making mp soap, you can begin to get creative with your soaping.

Melt and Pour Soap Making DirectionsMelt and Pour Soap Making Directions

If you would like to try out an easy mp soap recipe to try for your first time, then check out our Easy Directions for Making Melt and Pour Soap class. This soap making tutorial will walk you through how to create a simple mp soap recipe. So, this soap class would be useful for a first time soap maker. 

Soap Making Classes on Exfoliating Soap Making Class on Exfoliation

Also, you can check out our soap making class on exfoliation. This Exfoliate Class will teach how to use exfoliants in soap. Further, we will share with you a list of cosmetic herbs that are perfect for adding to soap. So, you can return to this list of suggestions for future soap making ideas!

Soap Coloring InstructionSoap Coloring Instruction

Once you have learned how to make soap, you are ready for soap coloring instruction. There are many different things that you can use to color your homemade soap. This soap making class will share with you how to use natural colorants, soap dyes, mica powder, and cosmetic herbs to create gorgeous soap.

Workshop Festival for Soap Making Classes

If you have never made cold process soap or are interested in checking out this festival, then you may want to check out the event listed for Soap Making – Holiday on the Farm Workshop Festival from Eventbrite. All you need to bring is protective clothing and safety supplies. Then, this fun event will walk you through how to make soap from scratch so that you can create your own 1 pound batch of soap to take home and enjoy!

Reach Out to Us About the Soap Making ClassesReach Out to Us About the Soap Making Classes

We hope you have learned a lot about how to make soap at home! If you have any questions about making soap, then feel free to reach out to us about the soap making classes. You can reach out to us through the H.U.G. line, in the NG store, and online. An easy way to reach out to us online is through our social media. First of all, we are available on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use our handle @ngscents to find us on Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask us any questions that you may have regarding this cosmetic recipe, but you can share your own homemade soap recipes, too. So, we hope that we will hear from you sometime very soon!

Jul
29

Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe


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Cancan Type MP Soap RecipeCancan Type MP Soap Recipe

If you are looking for a great melt and pour soap design ideas, then you will love the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe from Natures Garden. This mp soap recipe uses quality soap making supplies and ingredients that are perfect for you to create a nourishing batch of soap. This mp soap recipe uses soya milk soap base, an elegant fragrance oil, and other fantastic cosmetic ingredients to create a lovely layered soap recipe. So, check out the soap making recipe below to learn how to create this beautiful rose soap recipe!

Natures Garden Ingredients for the Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Soya Milk Melt and Pour Soap Base
Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap
NG Cancan Type Fragrance Oil
Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant
Neon Pink FUN Soap Colorant
Vegetable Glycerin 
Diamond Dust Mica Pigment
Embed Mold-Rose Buds
Basic Circle Mold Markets Mold
8 ounce Clear PET Bullet Bottle
White 24/410 Fine Mist Sprayer

Other Needed Ingredients for the Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Cutting Board
Scale
Microwave safe containers
Large Knife
Microwave
Rubbing alcohol (in the bullet bottle)

Total Recipe Weight for Pink Layer and Rose Buds

159 grams Diamond Melt and Pour Soap
7 grams NG Cancan Type Fragrance Oil
4 grams Diamond Dust Mica Pigment
10 grams Vegetable Glycerin
4 drops Neon Pink FUN Soap Colorant
1 drop Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant

Total Recipe Weight for Purple Soap and Rose Buds

159 grams Diamond Melt and Pour Soap
7 grams NG Cancan Type Fragrance Oil
4 grams Diamond Dust Mica Pigment
10 grams Vegetable Glycerin
1 drop Neon Pink FUN Soap Colorant
12 drops Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant

Total Recipe Weight for the White Layers

138 grams Soya Milk Melt and Pour Soap
6 grams NG Cancan Type Fragrance Oil

Preparations for the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe

Before you begin creating this mp soap recipe, you will want to make a few preparations. First, you will need to gather and wash any soap making supplies that you are going to need to make this melt and pour soap recipe. Also, you will want to gather all of your melt and pour soap base ingredients that will be needed for you to create this cosmetic recipe. Next, you are going to want to clean up a space for you to use as a work area. You will want to clear off enough space for you to work comfortably. Additionally, you are going to want to prepare a bottle of rubbing alcohol. So, just fill an 8 ounce bottle spray bottle with the rubbing alcohol and set it aside until a later step.

Preparing the Colorants for the Cancan Type MP Soap RecipePreparing the Colorants for the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe

First, you are going to prepare the soap colorants for this bath and body recipe. So, you are going to need two small mixing bowls. Each of these two bowls will have mica powder but they will be different colors. One will be pink and the other will be purple.

So, you are going to need to add 4 grams of the Diamond Dust Mica Pigment to each of the small bowls. Also, you are going to need to include about 10 grams of the vegetable glycerin to each bowl. You will need to stir to create a consistency similar to paste and break up any clumps.  

Creating the Pink Colorant for the Cancan Type MP Soap RecipeCreating the Pink Colorant for the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe

First, you going to be creating the pink colorant for the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe. So, you are going to need to grab one of the two mica mixtures. You will need to add in 4 drops of the neon pink colorant and 1 drop of the violet colorant to this mica powder mixture. Then, you will want to mix in the soap colorants and set them aside for a later step.

Creating the Purple Colorant for the Cancan Type MP Soap RecipeCreating the Purple Colorant for the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe

Next, you are going to be creating the purple colorant for the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe. So, you are going to need to grab the other bowl of mica powder and vegetable glycerin. Then, you are going to want to add 12 drops of the violet colorant and 1 drop of the neon pink colorant. Then, mix in the colorants thoroughly and set the mixture aside for a later step.

Prepare the Soap for the Pink Portion of the Soap RecipePrepare the Soap for the Pink Portion of the Soap Recipe

Now, you are going to prepare the Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap for the pink portion of this mp soap recipe. So, you will need to add 159 grams of this clear mp soap base to a microwave safe bowl. Then, use your microwave to melt the soap using 30 second intervals until the soap base is liquid. You will want to periodically mix as you are heating the soap.

Adding the Scent and Colorant to the Cancan Type MP Soap RecipeAdding the Scent and Colorant to the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe

Once your soap base has completely melted, you are ready to add the pink colorant mixture and the scented oil to the soap. So, you are going to need to add in the pink soap colorant that you had previously prepared. Then, you are going to add in 7 grams of the NG Cancan Type Fragrance Oil. After you have all of your cosmetic ingredients mixed together, you are ready to pour the mixture into the rose buds soap molds.

Creating the Pink Rose Soap Embeds for the Cancan Type MP Soap RecipeCreating the Pink Rose Soap Embeds for the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe

First of all, you are going to be creating the pink rose soap embeds for the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe. You are going to need to pour this melted soap to three of the rose embed cavities. Then, spray the back of the mp soap with rubbing alcohol to remove any trapped air bubbles. Then, you will leave this soap to set up. At this point you will need to quickly move on to the next step before the soap sets up.

Pouring the Pink Layer for the Cancan Type MP Soap RecipePouring the Pink Layer for the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe

Now, you are going to be pouring the pink layer for the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe. You are going to pour an equal portion of this melt and pour soap into the three cavities of the basic circle soap mold. This will create a pink layer for your soap recipe. After you pour this soap base mixture, you will need to spray the soap with rubbing alcohol. You will need this layer to completely set up before moving on to the next step in the soap making process.

Creating the White Soap Layer Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe

Next, you are going to prepare the first white layer for this soap recipe. You are going to need to weigh out 69 grams of the Soya Milk Melt and Pour Soap. You will need to use a microwave safe bowl to melt this soap using short intervals. Then, you will need to mix in 3 grams of the NG Cancan Type Fragrance Oil.

Pouring the First White Layer for Melt and Pour Soap Pour the First White Layer for Your Melt and Pour Soap

Now you are going to pour the first white layer for your melt and pour soap. Of course, you will need to add a white layer to each of your three soap cavities. Be sure to make these layers as equal as possible. Then, you will spray the top with rubbing alcohol to remove any trapped bubbles. Again, you will need to wait for this soap later to set up before starting the next step.

Prepare the Soap for the Purple Portion of the Soap RecipePrepare the Soap for the Purple Portion of the Soap Recipe

Once this white layer has set up, you are ready to prepare the soap for the purple portion of the Soap Recipe. So, you will want to weigh out 159 grams of the Diamond Melt and Pour Soap. Then, use short bursts in the microwave to melt your soap base completely. 

Adding the Scent and Colorant to the Cancan Type MP Soap RecipeAdding the Scent and Colorant to the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe

Now, you are going to be adding the scent and soap colorant to the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe. So, you will want to add the purple colorant that you have previously prepared. Also, you will add 7 grams of the NG Cancan Type Fragrance Oil. After adding these cosmetic ingredients, you will want to thoroughly mix everything together.

Creating the Purple Rose Embeds for the Cancan Type MP Soap RecipeCreating the Purple Rose Embeds for the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe

After everything has been mixed together, you are going to be creating the purple rose embeds for the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe. You are going to want to pour the soap into three cavities of the rose buds soap mold. You will need to spray these soaps with rubbing alcohol and quickly move on to the next step.

 

 

Pouring the Pink Layer for the Cancan Type MP Soap RecipePouring the Purple Layer for the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe

Now you are going to be creating the purple layer in your soap base. You will want to create an even layer in each of the three soap cavities. Then, you are going to spray them with rubbing alcohol so that it will be free of air bubbles. You will need to make sure that this layer has set up before moving on to the next step.

Creating the Second White Soap Layer for This MP Soap RecipeCreating the Second White Soap Layer for This MP Soap Recipe

Once the purple layer has set up, you will be creating the second white soap layer for this MP Soap Recipe. You are going to need to melt 69 grams of the Soya Milk Melt and Pour Soap. You will need to use a microwave safe bowl to melt this soap using short intervals. Then, you will need to mix in 3 grams of the NG Cancan Type Fragrance Oil. Afterwards, mix everything together and pour a layer into each of your three soap cavities. Then, spray the top of this layer with rubbing alcohol.

Adding the Embed Soap Roses to the MP Soap Bar Adding the Embed Soap Roses to the MP Soap Bar

Lastly, you are going to add the rose bud soaps to your bars of soap. So, you are going to need to place one pink rose and one purple rose on the top of each soap. You will want to make sure that your roses are centered and evenly spaced out. You should notice that these soap embeds will sink in slightly. Finally, let the soap finish setting up.

Finishing Up the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe

All you have left for finishing up the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe is to remove the soap from the soap mold. So, just wait for your soaps to completely harden and set up. Once your melt and pour soap has been removed from the mold, your bath and body recipe will be ready to use!

Best Rose Gardens to Visit in the U.S

This beautiful melt and pour soap recipe is decorated with two shimmering rose shaped soap embeds. Of course, roses are beautiful and are perfect for adding some elegant decoration. If you love roses, then you may be interested in checking out some of the most gorgeous rose gardens in the country. Anyone that is interested in taking a look at these beautiful gardens should check out the article Stop and Smell and Roses – The Best Rose Gardens in the U.S. from The Best Travel Places.

Questions About the Cancan Type MP Soap RecipeQuestions About the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe

We hope that you’ve enjoyed this fun soap making recipe! If you have any concerns about making soap with soap base, then feel free to reach out with questions about the Cancan Type MP Soap Recipe. You can reach out to us using the phone H.U.G. line, in the NG store, and online. An easy way to reach out to us online is through our social media platforms. First, we are available on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on both Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to get answers for your questions about this bath and body recipe, but you can share your own homemade soap ideas, too. So, we hope that we will hear from you sometime very soon!

Jul
16

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents


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Citrus Bar Soap and Candle ScentsCitrus Soap and Candle Scents

If you are looking for some bright crisp scents for your homemade craft recipes. You can create some fabulous handcrafted recipes with citrus soap and candle scents using these lovely aromas. These wholesale fragrance oils perfectly blend citrus scents to create fantastic aromas.  These are the best Natures Garden citrus fragrance oils!

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents: Crisp and Candied Fragrance OilCitrus Soap and Candle Scents: Crisp and Candied Fragrance Oil

One great citrus fragrance that you will enjoy in your scented crafts is the Crisp and Candied Fragrance Oil. This fragrance has notes of citrus, spices, and woods that are perfect for making scented candles. This fragrance oil begins with top notes of orange peels, apples, and lemons. These notes are followed by middle notes of clove, cinnamon, and nutmeg. This fragrance is well-rounded with base notes of cinnamon bark and woods. You will love this scented oil as a candle fragrance for home!

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents: Bergamot Fragrance OilCitrus Soap and Candle Scents: Bergamot Fragrance Oil

Another great citrus fragrance oil that you can enjoy in your soap and candle recipes is the Bergamot Fragrance Oil. This scented oil is a crisp, clean and juicy aroma that is perfect for scenting homemade cosmetic recipes. Of course, the aroma contains the citrus jewel of the Mediterranean (bergamot essential oil) which is uplifting and bright. Further, this clean scent continues with a subtle floral. Together this blend of scents creates a fragrance that is perfect for scenting bath and body recipes!

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents: Yuzu Fragrance OilCitrus Soap and Candle Scents: Yuzu Fragrance Oil

Next, try out one of the most popular scents on the market, which is Yuzu Fragrance Oil. This scent is sometimes referred to as a Japanese Grapefruit. This scented oil begins with notes of mandarin, tangerine, lemon satsuma, and ruby red grapefruit. Further, the aroma continues with middle notes of bergamot. Finally, the fragrance rests on base notes of oakmoss. Not only is this scent absolutely perfect on its own, but it can be mixed with other tropical notes to create a very complex scent of your own.

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents: Smoke Eliminator Fragrance OilCitrus Soap and Candle Scents: Smoke Eliminator Fragrance Oil

Also, we have another strong citrus aroma that you may enjoy is the Smoke Eliminator Fragrance Oil. This bright, refreshing scent is so strong that it is perfect for covering up other more undesirable smells. This fragrance oil has an aroma of juicy lime and lemon zests with hints of herbal cilantro. Since this strong, clean scent covers the smell of foul odors, it’s perfect for creating homemade candle recipes and is a great fragrance oil for smokers!

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents: Aphrodisiac Fragrance OilCitrus Soap and Candle Scents: Aphrodisiac Fragrance Oil

Another great scent that you can add to your homemade soap and candle recipes is the Aphrodisiac Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil is complex, energizing, and sure to be a hit! The aroma begins with top notes of grapefruit, lemon, mandarin, and green tomato leaf. These scents are followed by middle notes of jasmine, lily, and bamboo. The aroma rests on dry base notes of eucalyptus and woods.

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents: Agave Lime Fragrance OilCitrus Soap and Candle Scents: Agave Lime Fragrance Oil

The Agave Lime Fragrance Oil is a fantastic citrus scent for both soap making and room scent recipes! This scented oil has concentrations of the following essential oils: lime, lemon, and orange. These scents blend together to create an effervescent top note for this exotic scent. Then, the aroma continues with accents of liquid ozone to add a refreshing highlight. Also, tropical floral notes and exotic agave greens balance at the heart of the fragrance. Finally, a clear musk and rich sandalwood form a soft background for this highly textured scent.

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents: Citrus Strawberry Fragrance OilCitrus Soap and Candle Scents: Citrus Strawberry Fragrance Oil

If you are looking for a fun citrus scent, then the Citrus Strawberry Fragrance Oil is the perfect scent! This fragrance oil is an amazing, creative strawberry citrus fragrance combination for your homemade recipes. This scent includes top notes of mandarin, strawberry, and lime. These top notes are followed by middle notes of raspberry, sweet sugar caramel, and lily of the valley. Finally, the aroma is well-rounded with a nice woodsy, musk muguet. This fruity scent is perfect for making scented candles and cosmetics right at home! 

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents: Bamboo and White Grapefruit Fragrance OilCitrus Soap and Candle Scents: Bamboo and White Grapefruit Fragrance Oil

The Bamboo and White Grapefruit Fragrance Oil is one of the most amazing fragrances we have ever smelled! This fresh, complex fragrance begins with top notes of White Grapefruit, Petitgrain, and Tangerine. These fragrance oil notes lead to middle notes of Mandarin, Tangerine, and Mimosa Petals. Finally, this scented oil is balanced with base notes of Rainforest Bamboo, Juniper Berries, and Musk. So, this fragrance oil is perfect for anyone looking to create some fresh scents candles or clean scented soap bars!

Shampoo Bar Cold Process Soap RecipeShampoo Bar Cold Process Soap Recipe

In fact, we included this fragrance oil in our own homemade soap making recipe! Not only does the Shampoo Bar Cold Process Soap Recipe include this refreshing Bamboo White Grapefruit Fragrance Oil, but it is a fantastic bar of soap that will condition and cleanse your skin. This lovely bath and body recipe includes luscious cosmetic oils that will care for the scalp and clean away dirt and grime. So, you can enjoy the beneficial properties of homemade shampoo with a cleansing scent!

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents: Blood Orange Fragrance OilCitrus Soap and Candle Scents: Blood Orange Fragrance Oil

Another lovely citrus scent that you can use in your soap and candle crafts is the Blood Orange Fragrance Oil. This scented soap and candle making oil is described as a tangy, juicy orange scent with just a touch of floral thyme. This bright orange scented fragrance oil is perfect for creating scented soap and orange scented candle recipes.

Orange Swirled CP Soap RecipeCitrus Bar Soap and Candle Scents: Orange Swirled CP Soap Recipe

Since this is one of our best fragrance oils for soap, we used the Blood Orange Fragrance Oil to create the Orange Swirled CP Soap Recipe. We used this lovely fragrance oil to create a handcrafted soap recipe with luscious cosmetic oils. So, you can use this scent with other wholesale soap making supplies to create these cute little soaps!

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents: Sage and Citrus Fragrance OilCitrus Soap and Candle Scents: Sage and Citrus Fragrance Oil

One great citrus scent that you can include in your candle and soap making recipes is the Sage and Citrus Fragrance Oil. This scented oil has notes of mandarin, tangerine, ruby red grapefruit, and lemon rinds. Further, the fragrance rests on base notes of fresh sage leaves. So, you can use this scented oil to create some great citrus and sage candle or bath and body recipes!

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents: Amazingly Grace Type Fragrance OilCitrus Soap and Candle Scents: Amazingly Grace Type Fragrance Oil

You can enjoy the lovely, bright scent of the Amazingly Grace Type Fragrance Oil in your handmade craft recipes. This scented oil is a gorgeous feminine fragrance oil that will make you feel pretty…oh so pretty! The aroma begins with notes of Italian bergamot and sparkling lemon. These scented oil notes are sweetened with freshly picked citron and neroli. Also, this scented oil ends with notes of white floral jasmine, orange blossom and rose. Finally, these notes are blended with sheer musk and cedarwood. So, you can use this beautiful scent to create some of the best DIY candles and DIY bath recipes.

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents: Clementine Fragrance OilCitrus Soap and Candle Scents: Clementine Fragrance Oil

Also, you can enjoy the bright scent of our Clementine Fragrance Oil in your homemade cosmetic recipes. This fragrance oil has a citrus arrangement that includes top notes of clementine, tangerine, orange, grapefruit, and lime. Further, this scented oil continues with middle notes of ginger, and lime blossoms. Finally, this scented oil rests on a fresh base note of sweet vanilla bean. So, you can create sweet clementine scented soap and candle recipes.

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents: Coconut Lime Verbana Fragrance OilCitrus Soap and Candle Scents: Coconut Lime Verbana Fragrance Oil

Natures Garden’s Coconut Lime Verbana Fragrance Oil has a very fresh aroma that is perfect for your DIY candles and scented cosmetics! A citrus bouquet of lime, kumquat, grapefruit, and lemon notes. Further, this citrus fragrance continues with a soft floral blend of scents with notes of island air. Finally, this aroma rests on a background of musk, sandalwood, vanilla, and palm leaves. This scented oil is perfect for making cosmetics and candles. Further, you are going to love this fresh, clean scent in cold process soap that performs very well!

Coconut Lime Verbana Soap Bowl RecipeCoconut Lime Verbana Soap Bowl Recipe

You can add the Coconut Lime Verbana Fragrance Oil to create wonderful mp soap. The Coconut Lime Verbana Soap Bowl Recipe is a fun scented soap bowl. Plus, these soap bowls are filled with small melt and pour soaps in the shape of limes and coconut pieces, too. So, you can use your bulk soap base to create a fun, unique soap making recipe.

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents: Aromatherapy Energizing Fragrance OilCitrus Soap and Candle Scents: Aromatherapy Energizing Fragrance Oil

You will love the aroma of our Aromatherapy Energizing Fragrance Oil in your homemade scented crafts. This aroma has an uplifting blend of fresh airy notes combined with lemon, garden peppermint, spearmint, and wintergreen. Then, this wonderful aroma is balanced with floral notes of gardenia, jasmine, rose, and musk. This refreshing scented oil is perfect for making scented candles, DIY soap recipes, and scented cosmetics.

Calendula Swirl Soap RecipeCalendula Swirl Soap Recipe

This bright scent blend of mint and citrus is perfect for creating cold process soap! Our Calendula Swirl Soap Recipe uses a blend of soap making ingredients that is hard to pass up. This soap recipe uses cosmetic oils and wholesale herbs to create a quality bar of soap. So, you can make soap from scratch with a wonderfully uplifting scent!

Citrus Soap and Candle Scents: Yummy Gummy Fragrance OilCitrus Soap and Candle Scents: Yummy Gummy Fragrance Oil

Another scent that perfectly uses citrus notes is the Yummy Gummy Fragrance Oil. This scented oil has scrumptious top notes of tangy lemon, juicy orange, and peach. The aroma continues with notes of grape, coconut, and raspberry. Finally, this sweet aroma ends on notes of pear, plum, and sugary vanilla. So, you can use this sweet fragrance oil to create some absolutely scrumptious soap and candle recipes.

Peeps Cold Process Soap RecipePeeps Cold Process Soap Recipe

One delicious soap recipe that you can create with this fragrance oil is the Peeps Cold Process Soap Recipe. This soap recipe uses fun soap colorants that are nearly as bright as this candy scent! Plus, this cold process soap recipe uses quality wholesale cosmetic ingredients to create soap that cares for the skin. So, you can use the yummy gummy fragrance to create a great soap recipe!

Citrus Dessert Recipe

If you enjoy citrus scents and flavors, then this scrumptious dessert recipe is right up your alley! The Orange and Lemon Pie Chiffon Perfection recipe from Analida’s Ethnic Spoon is a delicious recipe that you will absolutely have to try. This yummy pie recipe is light, fluffy pie recipe with a blend of sweet and tart flavors that is just perfect for summer. So, head over to this recipe and try this tasty treat out for yourself!

Reach Out to UsReach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed these citrus fragrance oils for your soap and candle recipes! If you would like to check out even more fun citrus scents, then take a look at our page on Citrus Scents. Also, you can always feel free to reach out to us to ask any of your questions. You can talk to us on the phone, in the NG store, and online. An easy way to reach us online is through our social media platforms. First of all, we are available on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on both Instagram and Twitter. Of course, you can use these social media platforms to ask us any craft making questions that you may have. But you can share your own homemade creations, too! So, we hope that we hear from you very soon!

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How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps


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How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps

If you’d like some ideas on how to make lemon scented candles and soaps, then check out this blog for ideas on lemon scented craft recipes. Of course, you can create lemon scented crafts with Natures Garden wholesale fragrance oils. These strong citrus scents are perfect for candle and soap recipes alike. Further, you can include the aroma of a pure lemon essential oil in your cosmetic recipes.  Plus, you can use lemon peel powder for skin care recipes, too. So, check out these lemon cosmetic recipe ideas below!

How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Pound Cake Fragrance OilHow to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Fragrance Oil

Of course, you can use the strong aroma of our Lemon Fragrance Oil to make citrus scented crafts. This scented oil has an aroma of freshly squeezed juicy lemon.  Further, this fragrance now has even higher levels of essential oil. So, this true lemon scent is perfect for creating strong lemon scented wax melts or the best lemon soap recipe.

Peeps Bunny Cupcake Soap RecipePeeps Bunny Cupcake Soap Recipe

This bright lemon scent was perfectly incorporated into our Peeps Bunny Cupcake Soap Recipe. This delightful cupcake soap recipe uses a conditioning white soap base and fluffy whipped soap base to create an adorable cupcake soap! So, this scented soap recipe is super cute and has a fantastic lemon aroma!

How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Juicy Lemon Fragrance OilHow to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Juicy Lemon Fragrance Oil

Another great fragrance that you can use in your soap and candle recipes is the Juicy Lemon Fragrance Oil. This fragrance has an aroma of tart, juicy lemon that is so good it will make you pucker. This scent has a distinct lemon citron top note, a lilac nuance, and lemon rind middle note. Further, the scent finishes with a gingery, woody base note. All together these scent notes create a fragrance that is perfect for making lemon shaped soap or diy lemon citrus candles.

Juicy Lemon Foaming Bath Whip Recipe Juicy Lemon Foaming Bath Whip Recipe

We used this scrumptious lemon scent to create the Juicy Lemon Foaming Bath Whip RecipeThis lightly exfoliating sugar scrub uses a bulk whipped soap base to create a fantastic whipped soap recipe diy. This bath and body recipe will cleanse and nourish the skin in addition to having a lovely scent.

How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Squares Fragrance OilHow to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Squares Fragrance Oil

If you are looking for a sweeter lemon aroma, then the Lemon Squares Fragrance Oil would be perfect for you! This sugared lemon fragrance oil has a mouth-watering aroma of the famous lemon square dessert we all love so much. This lemon squares fragrance begins with top notes of lemon, pie crust, citrus peel, and aldehydic effervescent notes. These notes are followed by middle notes of butter and coconut. Lastly, this scent is sitting on a base note of zesty vanilla. So, this is a perfect scent to create the best lemon soap! 

Lemon Squares Soap RecipeLemon Squares Soap Recipe

Our lemon bar fragrance oil is perfect for creating the Lemon Squares Soap Recipe. This deliciously scented bath recipe uses quality soap making ingredients to make mp soap that looks just like the real lemon bars dessert. Not only will you have homemade soap that looks and smells like tasty lemon squares, but this soap recipe will nourish your skin as well. So, you can create a truly fantastic mp soap recipe!

How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Pound Cake Fragrance OilHow to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Pound Cake Fragrance Oil

A sweet lemon scent that you will love in your homemade craft recipes is the Lemon Pound Cake Fragrance Oil. This dessert fragrance has an aroma of zesty lemon rinds, rounded out with buttery yellow sponge cake, toasted coconut, smothered in buttercream frosting. So, you can use this lovely fragrance oil to create lemon diy scented lotion, homemade cosmetic recipes, and lemon candles.

How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Sugar Fragrance OilHow to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Sugar Fragrance Oil

The aroma of our Lemon Sugar Fragrance Oil will be sure to bring back memories of childhood with an aroma of lemon head candy. This delicious fragrance oil really kicks it up a notch with citrus top notes of real lemon. Plus, the scent continues with warm base notes of vanilla and sweet sugar. So, you can create a scrumptious fragrance oil that is perfect for making diy cosmetics and sweet scented candle recipes.

Cold Fashioned Lemonade Soap RecipeCold Fashioned Lemonade Soap Recipe

You can use this lemonade scent to create a cp soap recipe that looks the part! Our Cold Fashioned Lemonade Soap Recipe uses this scent to create a batch of soap where the individual bars look like glasses of ice cold lemonade. Plus, this soap recipe includes cosmetic oils that will actually care for your skin. Together these cp soap making supplies will create a wonderful soap that smells delicious and perfect for skincare!

How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Meringue Pie Fragrance OilHow to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Meringue Pie Fragrance Oil

Also, you should try out the Lemon Meringue Pie Fragrance Oil. This lemon meringue fragrance oil begins with an aroma of freshly baked pie that is filled with lemon custard and lemon zests. Lastly, this scent is topped with a creamy vanilla meringue. This lemon pie scent is a fantastic aroma to add to your scented cosmetics and room scent recipes.

Lemon Meringue Pie Soap RecipeLemon Meringue Pie Soap Recipe

If you liked this pie scent, then you are going to love our Lemon Meringue Pie Soap Recipe. This mp soap recipe utilizes the lovely aroma of this lemon meringue scent to create a dessert soap that looks just like a freshly baked pie! So, you can cut a slice of pie soap and enjoy the wonderful properties of this cosmetic recipe.

How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Poppyseed Fragrance OilHow to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Poppyseed Fragrance Oil

Next, we have a scrumptious bakery scent that you will be sure to enjoy! Our Lemon Poppyseed Fragrance Oil has the perfect aroma of freshly-baked lemon poppyseed muffins. This scented oil begins with top notes of candied lime savors, lemon syrup, and bergamot extract. This scent is followed by middle notes of poppyseed muffin, brown sugar, and clove bud. Finally, this aroma is sitting on a base of marshmallow fluff, vanilla cake batter, and white musk. This aroma is perfect for creating an aroma for bakery scented candles and scrumptious lemon scented cosmetics.

How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Lavender Type Fragrance OilHow to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Lavender Type Fragrance Oil

Also, we have the aroma of Lemon Lavender Type Fragrance Oil, which blends two fantastic aromas together to create a lovely scent. This lemon lavender fragrance oil is a fresh garden blend that opens with bright lemon and sweet orange. Then, these citrus tones are lifted with eucalyptus as they lead to a classic lavender bouquet at the heart of the scent. Further, shimmering green accents create an intriguing freshness for the floral element. At the base of the scent orange blossom blends with a woody tone to support the garden character. So, this elegant lemon lavender scent is perfect for creating lemon beeswax candles, lemon scented cosmetics, or even lemon scented soap recipes.

Lemon Lavender Bath Melts RecipeLemon Lavender Bath Melts Recipe

This lemon lavender scent was perfect for adding to our Lemon Lavender Bath Melts Recipe. Of course, this bath melt recipe uses nourishing cosmetic oils that will be sure to care for the skin. Plus, this bath recipe blends this aroma with the scent of real cosmetic herbs. This cosmetic recipe includes both lemon peel powder and wholesale lavender flowers to create a skin loving bath recipe with a lovely scent!

How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Raspberry Lemonade Fragrance OilHow to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Raspberry Lemonade Fragrance Oil

Another scrumptious fragrance oil that is perfect for your homemade recipes is our Raspberry Lemonade Fragrance Oil. This scented oil is a mouth-watering combination of ice-cold lemonade and sweet, juicy raspberries. Furthermore, this aroma has a unique twist of natural lavender and white musk. This sweet pink lemonade scent is perfect for making scented candles and soaps that are simply irresistible!

Pink Lemonade Scrub RecipePink Lemonade Scrub Recipe

We used the sweet aroma of our raspberry lemonade scent to create this lovely diy body scrub recipe. Our Pink Lemonade Scrub Recipe uses pretty layers that are reminiscent of pink lemonade. Further, this scented scrub recipe uses quality soap making ingredients to create a fantastic bath and body recipe. 

How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Essential OilHow to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Essential Oil

If you would like to have the pure scent of lemon, then you will love using the Lemon Essential Oil. This pure scent will provide you with a true, juicy lemon scent that is perfect for all your room scenting and cosmetic recipes. Whether you create a pure lemon soap recipe, make lemon scented cosmetics, or simply add this oil to a diffuser, you will be sure to enjoy this aroma!

How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Eucalyptus Lemon Essential OilHow to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Eucalyptus Lemon Essential Oil

Another great scent that you can include in your homemade craft recipes is the Eucalyptus Lemon Essential Oil. This scent has notes of pure lemongrass, which is a clean, crisp scent with a hint of lemon. This scent is enhanced by the aroma of a strong, juicy lemon. So, you can include this invigorating aroma in your homemade cosmetic and candle making recipes.

How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Peel PowderHow to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Peel Powder

Not only can you incorporate the aroma of lemons in your homemade craft recipes, but you can include wholesale herb powder, too! Adding Lemon Peel Powder to your cosmetic recipes will enhance the nourishing properties in your product. This herb contains vitamin C and a host of antioxidants. Further, it has been known to help treat varicose veins and hemorrhoids. So, you can enjoy the benefits of lemon peel powder and include even more lemony goodness in your bath recipes!

Citrus Peel Salt Scrub RecipeCitrus Peel Salt Scrub Recipe

One of the many cosmetic recipes that include lemon peel powder was the Citrus Peel Salt Scrub Recipe. This salt scrub recipe exfoliates in addition to nourishing the skin with cosmetic oils and citrus herb powders. So, your skin will feel pampered and enjoy the benefits of this cosmetic herb powder.

How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Peel Cut & SiftedHow to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Lemon Peel Cut & Sifted

Additionally, you can use the Lemon Peel Cut & Sifted in your homemade craft recipes. This cosmetic herb has all of the same benefits as the lemon powder, but it a different shape. So, you can use this cosmetic herb in herbal infusions or other creative ways.

How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Try Out This Lemon Dessert Recipe

If you love these wholesale lemon scents and cosmetic herbs, then you may be interested in this scrumptious lemon dessert! You can try out the 130 Calorie Greek Yogurt Lemon Bars recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction. This light dessert recipe uses Greek yogurt, cream cheese, and tart lemon to create a fantastic treat. Not only are these lemon bars delicious, but they are only 130 calories and have some healthy protein, too!

How to Make Lemon Scented Candles and Soaps: Reach Out to UsReach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed these delicious chocolate fragrance oils! If you have any more questions about how to use these chocolate scents, then feel free to reach out to us to ask your questions. You can talk to us on the phone via our HUG Line, in the Natures Garden store, and online. An easy way to reach us online is through our social media. First, we are available on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on both Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask us any questions that you may have, but you can share your own homemade wax melts creations, too! So, we hope that we hear from you sometime very soon!