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Aug
14

Gin Martini Cold Process Soap Recipe


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Gin Martini Cold Process Soap RecipeGin Martini Cold Process Soap Recipe

If you would like to learn how to make soap with champagne, then check out the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap Recipe from Natures Garden! Not only can use alcohol in soap making, but you can learn a method of how to swirl soap in a loaf mold. As always with our soap making recipes, this soaping instruction will include quality soap making ingredients and a fantastic fragrance oil. So, you can enjoy fun soap making designs and the cold process soap benefits we all know and love!

Natures Garden Ingredients for the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap

Lye
Apricot Kernel Oil
Avocado Oil
Mango Butter
Palm Oil
Olive Oil
Coconut Oil 76
Gin Martini Fragrance Oil
Titanium Dioxide
Lime Green FUN Soap Colorant
Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant
Safety Glasses
Thermometer
Safety Mask
Natures Garden Apron
Safety Gloves

Other Ingredients Needed for the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap

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

Weights for the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap

129 grams of the Distilled Water
129 grams of the Champagne
94 grams of the Lye- Sodium Hydroxide

68 grams of the Apricot Kernel Oil
68 grams of the Avocado Oil
136 grams of the Mango Butter
136 grams of the Palm Oil
136 grams of the Olive Oil
136 grams of the Coconut Oil 76
51 grams of the Gin Martini Fragrance Oil

Weights for the White Gin Martini Soap Colorant

12 grams of the Titanium Dioxide
(mixed with a small amount of your soaping oils)

Weights for the Green Gin Martini Soap Colorant

10 grams of the Lime Green FUN Soap Colorant
3 grams of the Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant
1 gram of the Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

Clean and Sanitize for the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap Tutorial

Prior to working on this homemade soap recipe, you will want to clean and sanitize for the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap Tutorial. First, you are going to want to gather all of your soap making ingredients that are listed for this cold process soap recipe. Also, you will want to clear a workspace to give yourself more space to work. You will want to make sure you have enough room to create one of your small batch cold process soap recipes. Also, you will want to prepare a spray bottle of vinegar that you can use during the soap making process.

Boiling Champagne for the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap Recipe

Also, you are going to want to boil the champagne for the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap Recipe. So, you will want to place your champagne into the stovetop pot. Then, use your stove to boil the champagne for about 30 to 40 minutes. Also, you will need to stir your champagne periodically as it boils. After you have boiled your alcohol, you will need to carefully pour the champagne into some ice cube freezer trays. Then, you will place these trays in the freezer overnight. When you are ready to make your cp soap you will use the frozen champagne in place of half of the water portion that should be in the lye solution.

Choosing the Champagne for the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap

When you are choosing the champagne for the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap you will want to use a champagne with a lower sugar content. If you are using a champagne that is high in sugar, then it will speed up gel. The extra sugar will increase the chance that your soap batter will bubble up and out of your soap mold. So, you may want to prepare for this possibility by taking the proper precautions for safeguarding any surface that you have your soap mold on.

Create the Lye Solution for the Gin Martini Soap RecipeCreate the Lye Solution for the Gin Martini Soap Recipe

First, you are going to want to create the lye solution for the Gin Martini Soap Recipe. Before you can mix this solution together, you will need to weigh out the lye and the water/champagne mixture separately. So, you will want to add  129 grams of the distilled water and 129 grams of your champagne to a mixing bowl. Then, you will want to get another container to weigh out 94 grams of the lye. After, you are going to need to slowly add the lye to your water and champagne mixture as you gently stir. Once all of these soaping ingredients have been mixed together, you will want to set the lye solution in a safe place to cool to room temperature.

Cosmetic Oils for This Cold Process Soap RecipePrepare the Cosmetic Oils for Your Cold Process Soap

Next, you are going to prepare the cosmetic oils for your cold process soap. So, you are going to weigh 68 grams of Apricot Kernel Oil, 68 grams of Avocado Oil, 136 grams of Mango Butter, 136 grams of Palm Oil, 136 grams of Olive Oil, and
136 grams of Coconut Oil 76. Then, melt your soaping oils. Then, you will want to set this bowl aside and give it time to cool down. You are going to want this mixture to reach room temperature.

Prepare the White Soap Colorant for the CP Soap Prepare the White Soap Colorant for the CP Soap

While you are waiting for your soap making ingredients to cool, you can prepare the white soap colorant for the cp soap. So, you will need to measure out 12 grams of Titanium Dioxide into a small bowl. Then, you will need to add a small amount of your melted cosmetic oils to the same bowl. You will want to mix the colorant and soaping oils together well before setting the mixture aside for a later step.

Combine the Lye and Cosmetic Oils for the Soap RecipeCombine the Lye and Cosmetic Oils for the Soap Recipe

Once your oils and lye solution have reached the right temperature, you will need to combine the lye and cosmetic oils for the soap recipe. You will want to add the lye solution to your melted soaping oils. Then, you can use a stick blender to mix these soap making ingredients together.

Soap Scent to the Gin Martini Cold Process SoapSoap Scent to the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap

After mixing up the soap batter, you are ready to add the soap scent to the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap. So, you will need to weigh out 51 grams of the Gin Martini Fragrance Oil. Then, you will want to add it to your soap and use a stick blender to fully incorporate the fragrance. This scented oil will provide your cp soap with aldehydic top notes of club soda with warm citrus enhancements. These bubbly notes are followed by middle notes of fresh rosemary, balsam fir needles, and crushed ginger. Finally, these scents are all embraced by a bottom note of crisp cedar. The aroma of this soap fragrance oil blends with the aroma from using alcohol in soap making to create a fantastic champagne soap recipe!

Divide the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap BatterDivide the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap Batter

Next, you are going to need to divide the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap batter into two portions. Each of these portions will be used to create a different color. You will want to add approximately half of your soap batter to another mixing bowl. Once you have two equal portions, you are ready to move on to the next step.

Create the White Colored Gin Martini Cold Process Soap PortionCreate the White Colored Gin Martini Cold Process Soap Portion

Now, you need to grab one of your two portions of soap batter. You will use this half of the batter to create the white portion Gin Martini Cold Process Soap. So, you can add the titanium dioxide mixture to your soap portion. Then, you will want to incorporate the colorant with a stick blender. You can set the white soap batter aside for the moment.

Create the Green Colored Gin Martini Cold Process Soap PortionCreate the Green Colored Gin Martini Cold Process Soap Portion

Next, you are going to want to grab the other portion of your soap batter. This will be used to create the green colored Gin Martini Cold Process Soap portion. So, you are going to need to use 10 grams of the Lime Green FUN Soap Colorant, 3 grams of the Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant, and 1 gram of the Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant. Once you have added all of your soap colorants to this potion, you will need to use the stick blender to mix it all together.

Combining the Soap Colors for the Gin Martini Soap RecipeCombining the Soap Colors for the Gin Martini Soap Recipe

Once both your colorants have been created, you are going to be combining the soap colorants for the Gin Martini Soap Recipe. You are going to need to pour small amounts of the green soap batter into the white soap batter. Be sure to add these small portions in different places throughout the bowl. You will want to continue to add these portions until you run out of the green soap batter.

Swirling the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap RecipeSwirling the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap Recipe

Now that your colored soaps are combined, you are going to be swirling the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap Recipe. So, you will want to take a rubber spatula and swirl using a circular motion. You can move on to the next step once you are happy with the swirls in your soap batter.

Pouring the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap Pouring the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap

After you are happy with the swirls in your bowl of soap batter, you are going to be pouring the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap. So, you will want to set up your loaf soap mold. Then, slowly pour the soap swirl designs into your wholesale soap mold. 

Swirl the Top of the Gin Martini CP Soap Swirl the Top of the Gin Martini CP Soap

After pouring your homemade soap, you are ready to swirl the top of the Gin Martini CP Soap. So, you will need to get the wooden skewer. Then, you will drag this skewer along the top of your soap in circular motions. This will give the top of your soap a nice finishing touch to your soap loaf.

Remove the Gin Martini Soap From the MoldRemove the Gin Martini Soap From the Mold

Once your cold process soap has completely set up, you are ready to remove the Gin Martini Soap from the mold. It should take your soap about 24 to 48 hours in the soap mold before the soap hardens enough to remove it from the mold. When it is hard enough, your soap loaf can be removed from the mold.

Cutting the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap RecipeCutting the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap

Now that your soap is completely set up, you can begin cutting the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap. After slicing your soap into individual bars, you are going to need to set your soap somewhere safe to cure. The curing process can take anywhere for 4 to 6 weeks for enough of the soap lye to finish reacting.

Use the Finished Gin Martini Cold Process Soap RecipeUse the Finished Gin Martini Cold Process Soap Recipe

Once your swirl soap has finished curing, you are finally able to use the finished Gin Martini Cold Process Soap Recipe. At this point, you can use and enjoy the benefits of handmade cold process soap for your skin. Of course, you can use wholesale soap packaging supplies to save your bars for later use or

Mix Your Own Gin Martini

If you enjoy the aroma of our Gin Martini Fragrance Oil, then you may want to learn how to mix your own Gin Martini. This classic drink is simple and fast to create, so you will be ready for you to enjoy it in no time at all! Plus, it is sure to pair perfectly with the aroma of this nourishing batch of soap. So, check out the Perfect Gin Martini from Chow Hound.

Questions About This Cold Process Soap RecipeQuestions About This Cold Process Soap Recipe

We hope that you had fun creating the Gin Martini Cold Process Soap Recipe. If you have any questions about this cold process soap recipe, then you can reach out to us. As always, you can contact us over the phone on our HUG line, in the NG store, and on social media. First, we are available on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to reach us on Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask us questions about this boozy soap recipe, but you can share your own homemade soap ideas, too!

May
31

Zebra CP Soap Recipe


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Zebra CP Soap RecipeZebra CP Soap Recipe

Our Zebra CP Soap Recipe is a fantastic cold process soap recipe that you will be sure to love! This gorgeous zebra glam soap is perfect for creating decorative soap. Not only does this homemade soap recipe have a fantastic pattern, but this cp soap recipe uses fantastic soap making supplies from Natures Garden. Further, these wholesale soap ingredients are perfect for creating quality, skin-loving homemade soap. So, you can check out the blog below to learn how to make a fun zebra soap that will care for your skin!

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Soap Supplies Available From Natures Garden

Lye
Argan Oil
Avocado Oil
Coconut Oil 76
Sunflower Oil
Shea Butter
Mango Butter
Cocoa Butter Deodorized
NG Loving Spell Fragrance Oil
Sodium Lactate
Black Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
Vegetable Glycerin
Thermometer
Diamond Dust Mica Pigment
Titanium Dioxide
Safety Glasses for Soap Making
Natures Garden Apron
Safety GLOVES for Soap Making
Cutter for Mitre Box – Stainless Steel
Safety MASK for Soap Making
Large Rectangle Tray – Mold Market Molds

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Other Supplies and Equipment

Scale
Distilled Water
Mixing Bowls
Spatula
Stick Blender
8 ounce Squeeze Bottles (2)
Measuring Spoons

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Supplies and Amounts

323 grams of Distilled Water
116 grams of Lye- Sodium Hydroxide

8 grams of Sodium Lactate (added to cooled lye solution)
85 grams of Argan Oil

85 grams of Avocado Oil
170 grams of Coconut Oil 76
127 grams of Sunflower Oil
170 grams  of Shea Butter
127 grams of Mango Butter
85 grams of Cocoa Butter
64 grams of NG Loving Spell Fragrance Oil

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Amounts for Black Colorant

5 grams of Black Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
1 teaspoon of Diamond Dust Mica Pigment
3 grams of Vegetable Glycerin

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Amounts for White Colorant

12 grams of Titanium Dioxide
1 teaspoon of Diamond Dust Mica Pigment
(Mixed with a small amount of soaping oils)

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Prepare and Clean Up

Before you start to make this homemade soap recipe, you will want to make a few preparations. First, you will gather and wash any equipment that you need for this bath and body recipe. Also, you will want to gather your soap making ingredients for this free craft recipe. Next, you are going to want to clean up a space for you to use as a work area. Make sure you have enough area for you to work, so you will have a good work space. This will make the process easier and more fun!

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Prepare a Bottle of Vinegar

You will need to prepare a bottle of vinegar before creating this homemade soap recipe. This bottle of vinegar will be useful for cold process soap safety, as the vinegar will be used to deactivate lye that may come into contact with your skin. Also, you can use this vinegar to clean up your work station after working on soap to make sure that there isn’t any active lye left behind. So, you will want to fill a bottle with vinegar and set it nearby until it is needed.

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Beginning Soap Making

If you have never made cp soap before, then you may want to look at some of our soap making classes on this soaping process. First, you will need to make sure that you are familiar with soap making safety. Of course, you can find out soap safety in our Soap Making Safety Class. Further, you can Click Here For Basic CP Soap Making Class. If you feel ready to make this bath and body recipe, then you will definitely want to continue reading this soap making blog!

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Create Your Lye SolutionZebra CP Soap Recipe: Create Your Lye Solution

The first step you will need to take for this soap recipe is creating the lye solution for your soap. As always, you will want to prepare this soap recipe in a well ventilated room. Also, you will need to wear a face mask and protective clothing during this process. You will want to measure out 323 grams of water in one container. Also, you will want to add 116 grams of lye to a new container. Now, you will need to slowly add the lye to the water. You will need to add the lye to your water. Also, be sure to stir as you create this mixtureThen, you will need to wait for your solution to cool to room temperature. Once the lye solution has cooled, add the sodium lactate.

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Preparing the Cosmetic OilsZebra CP Soap Recipe: Preparing the Cosmetic Oils

While you are waiting for the lye solution to cool, you can prepare your cosmetic oils. You will want to add these soap making ingredients to a microwave safe bowl. So, you will want to add 85 grams of Argan Oil, 85 grams of Avocado Oil, 170 grams of Coconut Oil 76, 127 grams of Sunflower Oil, 170 grams of Shea Butter, 127 grams of Mango Butter, and 85 grams of Cocoa Butter. After each of these cosmetic oils are measured you will want to melt your oils. After these soap making oils are completely melted, allow them to come to room temperature.

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Creating the ColorantsZebra CP Soap Recipe: Creating the Colorants

Before your lye solution cools enough to combine with the soap making oils, you can make some preparations for the soap colorants. You will need to create both a white colorant and a black colorant for your soap making.

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Creating the White Colorant

In one bowl, you will want to add all of the soap making ingredients for the white soap colorant. You will want to add 12 grams of the Titanium Dioxide and 1 teaspoon of the Diamond Dust Mica Pigment. Then, you will want to mix these ingredients with a small amount of the soap making oils. You will need to be sure to mix these soaping ingredients thoroughly with the other bath and body ingredients.

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Creating the Black Colorant

In another bowl, you will want to create the black soap colorant. This bowl will contain 5 grams of the Black Oxide FUN Soap Colorant. Also, you will want to add 1 teaspoon of the Diamond Dust Mica Pigment and 3 grams of the vegetable glycerin. You will want to be sure that you mix these cosmetic ingredients together well.

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Combining Your Cosmetic IngredientsZebra CP Soap Recipe: Combining Your Cosmetic Ingredients

Now that your lye solution has cooled to room temperature, you are ready to combine all of your soap making ingredients. At this point, you will want to add 8 grams of the sodium lactate to your cooled lye solution. You will want to mix everything together thoroughly. Next, you will be able to add this mixture to your melted soap making oils. You will want to use a stick blender to fully incorporate all of these cosmetic ingredients.

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Adding the Fragrance OilZebra CP Soap Recipe: Adding the Fragrance Oil

Now you are able to add the soap scent to your soap batter mixture. So, you will want to add 64 grams of the NG Loving Spell Fragrance Oil to your soap batter. You will love the absolutely tantalizing aroma of this lovely soap scent! This scented oil is composed of a sweet bouquet of mandarin orange, bergamot, and tangerine notes. These fragrance oil notes are enhanced by hints of fresh peaches, strawberries, and raspberries. This aroma rests on an undertone of white musk notes. So, this is a refreshing scented oil that you can add to your cold process soap! You will want to make sure that the fragrance is fully incorporated.

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Adding the ColorantsZebra CP Soap Recipe: Adding the Colorants

Once your soap batter has been fully mixed and scented, you are ready to add the colorant to your soap recipe. So, you will want to retrieve a new, clean mixing bowl. You will want to separate the soap batter into two even portions of the soap. In one of the two portions, you will add the black colorant. In the other soap batter portion, you will add the white soap colorant. You will want to be sure to use the stick blender to incorporate the colorants fully into the soap batter.

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Filling the Squeeze BottlesZebra CP Soap Recipe: Filling the Squeeze Bottles

Next, you are going to want to add the soap mixture to your squeeze bottles. So, you will want to retrieve the black soap batter and pour this soap into one of your squeeze bottles. Then, you are going to want to use the white soap batter to fill the second squeeze bottle. Once both of these bottles are filled, you will want to add the lids and get ready to use your squeeze bottles.

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Adding the Zebra StripesZebra CP Soap Recipe: Adding the Zebra Stripes

Now you are going to need to grab the Large Rectangle Tray Mold. You will be adding the black soap to your soap mold. This soap will be added in a way to create lines that look just like the stripes on a zebra. For each of the rectangles in the divided soap mold, you will need to create a gorgeous zebra print pattern

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Filling in the White SoapZebra CP Soap Recipe: Filling in the White Soap

Once you have the black stripes in your wholesale soap mold, you will want to fill in the white soap. You will want to add use the other squeeze bottle to add the white soap to the empty spaces. After you have filled the first layer of soap in the mold, you will want to move on to the next step in the process.

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Filling Up the Soap MoldZebra CP Soap Recipe: Filling Up the Soap Mold

Now, you are going to use the rest of your two soap colors to fill up your whole mold. You will want to layer the same colors on top of each other. Also, you will need to alternate between white and black to create each layer of soap. Also, you can refill the squeeze bottles as you need to with the remaining soap in the bowls. Once your mold is completely filled with the soap, then you can move on with the process.

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Finishing Your Homemade SoapZebra CP Soap Recipe: Finishing Your Homemade Soap

Finally, your soap making recipe is nearly finished and ready to use! Before you can remove the soap from the mold, you will need to wait about 24 to 48 hours. Once your soap is set up enough you can remove it from the mold and cut your soap. You will be able to cut up eight bars of soap for individual use. Then, you will just need to wait for your cold process soap to cure. This curing process will take about four to six weeks for the lye to completely react with the soaping oils. After, you will be able to use your finished soap!

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Baby Zebra Born

Not only is the zebra print pattern fun for soap making, but real life zebras are beautiful, too. Of course, baby zebras are just the cutest little things! If you would like to learn more about a more recently born baby zebra, then you should definitely take a look at the It’s A Girl! LA Zoo Celebrates Endangered Zebra Birth article from Patch. This precious little one was the first zebra born at this zoo in thirty years. Plus, this little zebra is just too cute not to take a peek at!

Zebra CP Soap Recipe: Ask Us QuestionsZebra CP Soap Recipe: Ask Us Questions

We hope that you have enjoyed this homemade zebra soap recipe! If you have any more questions about how to make soap like this, then you can reach out to us to ask any of your questions. You can talk to us on our HUG Line, in the store, and online. An easy way that you can reach out to us online is through our social media. We are available on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use @ngscents to find us on either Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask the questions that you may have, but you can share your own soap making creations, too! So, we hope to hear from you sometime soon!