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Tea Tree Soap Recipe

Recipe makes approximately 3 bars of soap

Ingredients Found At Natures Garden:


Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:
Glass mixing bowl
Rubbing Alcohol

Mixing Spoons


Cutting Board
Large Knife


Step 1: Clean & Sanitize your work area and all of your packaging materials. It is suggested that you wear gloves, protective clothing, and a hair net while preparing this recipe. 


Step 2: Begin by preparing your clay mixture.  In a mixing bowl weight out 7 grams of Kaolin White Clay.  Now, add 15 grams of Vegetable Glycerin.  Mix well to create a paste consistency. Adding a clay paste to your soap will allow you to create swirls to the soap.  This will be added to the white portion of the soap, once it’s partially melted, you can set it aside for the moment. 


Step 3: Next, you will need two glass bowls.  Using glass bowls will allow for better insulation and prevent the soap from solidifying too quickly.   Place 288 grams of Hemp Oil Melt and Pour Soap in each bowl. 


Step 4:  Begin melting the soap.  You need to add the clay paste and color when the soap is partially melted.  To one bowl add ten drops of the FUN Soap Colorant- Teal.  To the other bowl, add the clay paste you prepared in step one.  Stir each bowl well.


Step 5: Put the soap back in the microwave to finish melting.  While you are waiting, get the mold ready to pour into.  Once you remove the soap from the microwave, you will need to move quickly.

Step 6:  Remove the soap from the microwave and quickly add 7 grams of Tea Tree Australian Essential Oil to each bowl.  Mix well.


Step 7:  With one bowl in your right hand, and the other in your left hand pour into the mold.  You want to pour the two colors at the same time.  Continue pouring until each cavity is filled.


Step 8: Using rubbing alcohol, spray each soap.  This will remove any air bubbles that may have formed.


Step 9: Allow the soap to setup.


Step 10: Finally, remove the soap from the molds.


We hope that you enjoy your Tea Tree Soap!

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