Soap Making Kits

Champagne Cold Process Soap Kit

Champagne Cold Process Soap Kit

This champagne cold process soap kit uses real champagne to add extra lather to soap making recipe. It also uses the Three Cheers Fragrance Oil. This kit makes a great gift, but it's important to note that if you've never made cold process soap, you must be familiar with the basics of cold process soap making and soap making safety before you give it a try.
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Usage & Recommendations

Making our Champagne Cold Process Soap:

Here's what's included in your kit:

  • Lye
  • Olive Oil
  • Safflower Oil
  • Coconut Oil 76
  • Sunflower Oil
  • Shea Butter
  • Avocado Oil
  • Three Cheers Fragrance Oil
  • 24K Gold Mica
  • Diamond Dust Mica
  • Titanium Dioxide
  • Square Loaf Mold
  • Safety Glasses
  • Safety Gloves

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Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:

  • Distilled Water, Champagne
  • Pot
  • Mixing Bowls
  • Mixing Spoons
  • Rubber Spatula
  • Scale
  • Stick Blender
  • Vinegar
  • Safety Mask
  • Hair Net


Total Recipe Weights:

  • 123 grams Lye
  • 136 grams Distilled Water
  • 136 grams Champagne
  • 180 grams Olive Oil Pomace
  • 180 grams Safflower Oil
  • 180 grams Coconut Oil 76
  • 136 grams Sunflower Oil
  • 136 Shea Butter
  • 90 grams Avocado Oil
  • 45 grams Three Cheers Fragrance Oil

White Colorant:

  • 7 grams Titanium Dioxide

Champagne Colorant:

  • 2 grams 24K Gold Mica
  • 2 grams Diamond Dust Mica

Mica Swirl for Top of Soap:

  • 1 gram 24K Gold Mica
  • 1 gram Diamond Dust
  • 16 grams Sunflower Oil


  1. Prepare your champagne. It is important that you are using a dry champagne. Sugars in champagne can speed up gel and cause your soap batter to bubble out of your mold.  Place your champagne into a pot on the stove top and boil it for 30-40 minutes stirring periodically.  Then, weigh out 158 grams of the champagne. Carefully pour the champagne into ice cube trays. Allow them to freeze overnight. When you are ready to soap, the frozen champagne is used as half of the water portion of the water/lye solution.
  2. Prepare your lye solution. There is a chance that when mixing the frozen champagne and water with the lye, a volcanic effect may take place.  This is why it is recommended that you mix the frozen champagne/water with the lye in a deep mixing bowl in the sink.  To a deep mixing bowl, add the frozen champagne.  Also, add 158 grams of distilled water.  In a separate bowl, weigh out 143 grams of lye.  To your bowl of water, slowly add a small amount of the lye and stir.  Continue this process until you have added all of the lye.  Set this bowl aside to come to room temperature.
  3. Prepare your soaping oils. Weigh out and melt 210 grams Olive Oil Pomace, 210 grams Safflower Oil, 210 grams Coconut Oil 76, 158 grams Sunflower Oil, 158 Shea Butter, 105 grams Avocado Oil.  Allow them to come to room temperature.
  4. Prepare the colorants. In small mixing bowl, add 1 gram of the Diamond Dust Mica and 1 gram of the 24K Gold Mica.  Also, add a small 16 grams of Sunflower Oil.  Stir to blend the ingredients.  This portion will be used to top your soap later, set this aside for now.  Next, prepare the colorants that will be used for the soap batter, weigh out 7 grams of the Titanium Dioxide and mix it with a small amount of your soaping oils.  Also, in a small mixing bowl, add 2 grams of Diamond Dust Mica and 2 grams of the 24K Gold Mica to create a champagne colorant.  Blend with a small amount of soaping oils. 
  5. When both your soaping oils and lye solution are at room temperature, combine them. Use a stick blender to emulsify them.  Then, add 53 grams of the Three Cheer Fragrance Oil.  Stir to incorporate.
  6. Separate your soap batter. Add 1/3 of your soap batter to a mixing bowl.  Add the champagne colorant and stir to blend.  To the remaining batter, add the Titanium Dioxide mixture. 
  7. Begin pouring the soap into your mold. First, pour the white soap batter into your mold.  Then, pour the champagne-colored soap batter into your mold, we poured ours in several lines down the length of the mold.  Tap the mold gently on your countertop to release any air pockets.
  8. Top your soap with a mica swirl. Use a pipette, or pour the mica/oil mixture to the top of the soap.  Then, use a toothpick or a skewer to create swirl on top of the soap in a figure eight pattern.
  9. After 24-48 hours, remove your soap from the mold. Once you slice your soap, allow it to cure for 4-6 weeks before using.

Note: If you have never made CP soap before, this kit is not recommended. Also, when making cold process soap it is imperative that you become familiar with soap making safety and procedures before preparing this recipe.  If you are not familiar with soap making safety and procedures, you should not use this kit.  You will also want to wear a face mask, apron, gloves, goggles, long sleeves, long pants, and close toed shoes the entire time you are preparing this recipe.  You will also need to prepare a bottle of vinegar and place it close by.  Any equipment used for soap making should not be used for any other purpose.      

Kit Specifics:
4 Pounds
Time to Make:
3 Hours
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