Batman Hanger Swirl Soap

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Na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na Na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na Batman! What would super hero month be without the famous Batman?? This cold process soap was inspired by our good Samaritan friend Batman! We chose to use Bramble Berry’s Lots of Lather Quick Mix as our recipe. This Quick mix yields a wonderfully moisturizing bar of soap with-you guessed it-an amazing lather! Scented with Vetyver fragrance oil to add a wonderfully woodsy aroma, this soap is sure to pack a powerfully cleansing kick to your daily  routine!

***This recipe yields about three pounds of soap***

What You’ll Need:

Ingredients:

33 oz Lots of Lather Quick Mix
4.7 oz lye
11 oz water

1 tsp activated charcoal (dispersed in avocado oil)
1/2 tsp fizzy lemonade (dispersed in avocado oil)
2 oz Vetyver FO

Hardware:

Scale
10″ Silicone Loaf Mold
Hanger Swirl Tool
Small ramekins (2)
Mini Mixer
Thermometer
Glass pyrex (2 four oz, 1 two quartz)
Easy Pour
Stainless steel whisk
Stick Blender
Goggles
Gloves

*If you are not local, you can get all of this and more at Bramble Berry! They will ship directly to you!**

If you’ve never made Cold Process soap before, stop here! I highly recommend checking out Brambleberry’s FREE four part SoapQueen.tv series on Cold Process Soapmaking, especially the episode on lye safety. And if you’d rather do some reading, Bramble Berry carries a wide range of books on the topic, including Anne-Marie’s newest book, Pure Soapmaking. You can also checkout the digital downloads for that instant gratification factor.

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DIRECTIONS:

COLOR PREP:

In a small ramekin or dixie cup, measure out 1 tsp activated charcoal and add a small amount of any fixed oil (we chose avocado oil). Use just enough oil to saturate the charcoal.  Then combine using Bramble Berry’s mini mixer.
In a separate small ramekin, disperse 1/2 tsp fizzy lemonade in avocado oil using the same method.

Weigh out 2 oz Vetyver FO into a small container and set aside.

OTHER PREP:

Mark your easy pour container at the 500 mL line.

Begin by organizing your area so that everything is ready to go. Place your ramekin of fizzy lemonade by the easy pour container. Have your fragrance, mold, and swirl hanger ready to go. Measure the swirl hanger to the length of the 10″ silicone loaf.

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LYE PREP:

Measure the distilled water into one glass container, and the lye into another. Carefully add the lye to the water and gently stir with a stainless steel whisk until solution is clear. Allow the lye to cool to around 115 degrees by either labeling and setting aside, or by placing into a designated freezer. We recommend using Brambleberry’s Infrared Thermometer. These are amazing because they are so easy to use and you don’t have to worry about getting your thermometer covered in lye water!

While the lye is cooling, microwave the lots of lather quick mix on 30 second bursts until the oils are around 115 degrees.

Once both the lye solution and the lots of lather quick mix solution are around 115 degrees (between 10 degrees of each other) you can begin soaping! Make sure you have gloves, goggles and long sleeves for protection.

Place the stick blender into the oils at an angle and burp the blender by gently knocking the stick blender on the bottom of the Pyrex to avoid mixing in any air bubbles. Pour the lye solution down the arm of the stick blender and start mixing until you have reached a thin trace.

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Once you have reached trace, pour the soap batter in your easy pour container to the line. Add the dispersed fizzy lemonade and mix well until fully incorporated. Be sure the get all the sides of the easy pour.

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Leave the rest of the soap batter in the 2 quart mixing bowl and add the dispersed activated charcoal. Mix well until fully incorporated.

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Add about 1/3 of the fragrance to the fizzy lemonade soap batter and mix well (you can eyeball this).

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Add the rest of the fragrance oil to the activated charcoal soap batter and mix well.

Pour a thin layer of the activated charcoal layer on the bottom of the 10″ silicone loaf mold.

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Gently tap the mold on the table to even the soap out.

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Pour about half the yellow soap batter to one side of the silicone loaf mold.

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Pour most of the remaining activated charcoal soap batter on the opposite side of the yellow soap batter.

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Pour the remaining yellow soap batter on the same side as before.

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Pour the remaining activated charcoal batter on top of the soap.

Push the hanger down the side of the soap with the yellow soap batter and swirl away from your body 2-3 times, emerging from the soap in the middle of the loaf.

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Spoon the middle of the soap.

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Spray with 99% rubbing alcohol to help prevent soda ash and cover to promote gel phase.

Wait at least 48 hours to cut with a multi-bar cutter. Let cure 4-6 weeks.

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Enjoy your batman-themed soap!

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Avenger’s Water Soluble Melt & Pour Soap

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Continuing on with Super Hero month, we decided to make Avenger’s soap! We love water-soluble paper here. Anything you can print on a piece of paper can be embedded into your melt and pour soap! We couldn’t wait to embed our favorite crime-fighting team into soap! Keep reading to learn more about how to put YOUR favorite heroes in soap 🙂

What You’ll Need:

Water Soluble Paper
12 bar square silicone mold
Smoky Patchouli FO
10 drops liquid red
5 drops liquid orange
2 drops liquid black
2 drops liquid green
Droppers
Scale
Forks (6)
Mugs (6)

If you are not local, you can find all of this and more at Bramble Berry!

Directions:

***You will need to print your pictures at least 24 hours in advance to help prevent the ink from bleeding***

Ensure your pictures are 2 1/2″ by 2 1/2″. Print your pictures through your laser printer. Cut them before you begin soaping.

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Melt 4 oz of clear melt & pour soap. It needs to be clear melt & pour specifically, because other “clear” melt and pour bases, such as aloe or olive oil, have a slight tint to them, and we need this first layer to be as clear as possible. We also don’t want to fragrance this layer. Fragrance oils can discolor soap and again, we want to be able to see our picture as clearly as possible!

Melt 9 oz of shea melt & pour soap. Add 15 drops of Smoky Patchouli FO. Mix well. This soap will be the second layer of the soap. We want it to be white so the picture will really pop.

Remove your fork from the mug with the clear melt & pour and spray your mug with rubbing alcohol to rid the mug of bubbles. Wait for a minute or two before pouring to also help prevent bubbles.

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Pour just enough of the clear soap into the mold as to cover the bottom of the mold. Spray once or twice with rubbing alcohol to remove any bubbles that may have formed.

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Immediately place your picture face down in the soap. Place one end of the picture in the soap and slowly let the picture fall. The soap should slowly saturate the picture. Repeat with all four pictures. Remember which cavity has which picture! We will be corresponding the pictures to the colors on the second layer of the soap. Wait a few minutes for the soap to solidify enough to layer.

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Once the first layer has solidified enough to layer, pour your shea melt & pour soap over a spoon or a fork to help prevent breakthrough. We call this the spoon-fork technique. If you don’t have experience working with layering melt and pour soap, we recommend you check out this blog first. Fill the mold about halfway full.

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Measure out two mugs each with 3 oz of shea melt & pour. Measure our another two mugs, each with 3 oz of clear melt & pour. Pop in the microwave on 30 second bursts until fully melted.

In one of the shea mugs, add 10 drops of liquid red oxide colorant and 5 drops Smoky Patchouli FO.

In the other shea mug, add 5 drops orange colorant and 5 drops Smoky Patchouli FO.

In one of the clear mugs, add 2 drops liquid black oxide and 5 drops Smoky Patchouli FO.

In the other clear mug, add 2 drops liquid green and 5 drops Smoky Patchouli FO.

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Once the second layer has solidified enough to layer, pour your layers using the spoon-fork technique. The black layer is for the avengers logo, the green is for the hulk, the orange is for black widow, and the red is for Iron Man.

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Let your soap solidify completely, either by placing in a freezer for about 30 minutes, or leaving at room temperature for a couple of hours. Pop of of the mold and enjoy!

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Wonder Woman Nail Polish Trio

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April showers bring May flowers! We sure hope so. Either way we are fighting our way through the season with Super Hero Month! We thought it was only appropriate to kick off Super Hero month with a warrior princess of the Amazonian people who also happens to be a demigoddess. Who wouldn’t want to embody such a Queen? These nail polish colors are the perfect combo to honor such a classic superheroine. Read on to learn how we made Wonder Woman inspired nail polish!

***This recipe yields three nail polishes***

What You’ll Need:

Ingredients:

Suspending Nail Polish Base
Rectangular Nail Polish Bottles (3)
Mini Scoops (7)
3 mini scoops Electric Bubblegum Colorant
2 mini scoops Merlot Sparkle Mica
2 mini scoops Tangerine Wow! Colorant
2 mini scoops Fizzy Lemonade Colorant
8 mini scoops King’s Gold Mica
8 mini scoops Caribbean Blue Mica
1 mini scoop Luster Black

Start by filling three rectangular nail polish bottles with Bramble Berry’s suspending nail polish base. Fill just to the 
shoulder of the bottle, leaving some space in the bottle to be able to mix your colors. 

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Add 8 mini scoops of king’s gold mica to one of the bottles and shake well.

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Be sure to shake until the mica has been fully incorporated. You shouldn’t be able to see any dry mica when you remove the cap.
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Now add 8 scoops of Caribbean blue mica to the second rectangular nail polish bottle.

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Add one scoop luster black mica to the same bottle. Shake well until mica is fully incorporated.

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Lastly we will work on the red. A perfect red is rather difficult to achieve, but we found a great combo for the red we were going for! Begin by adding 2 mini scoops of fizzy lemonade colorant.


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Now add 2 mini scoops of tangerine wow! colorant.

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Now add 2 mini scoops of Merlot sparkle mica.

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Lastly add 3 mini scoops of electric bubble gum colorant. Shake well until fully incorporated.

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Enjoy your fabulous wonder-woman inspired nail polish!final1

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Blueberry Jam Cupcakes

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For the final blog of fruit month, we went big with soap cupcakes! That’s right- while these treats look good enough to eat, they are in fact soap. We used Blueberry Jam fragrance oil to scent these fruit-inspired cupcakes and make them smell as delicious as they look. Be careful to warn those in your life with sweet-tooths!

Ingredients:

Melt & Pour:

45oz Clear M&P
12 mL Blueberry Jam FO
12 drops Liquid White
12 drops Liquid Blue
Large glass pyrex
Fork
Scale
Silicone cupcake mold (2)
Small 9 ball silicone mold (2)
Rubbing alcohol

Cold Process Frosting:

7.6 oz Kokum Butter
7.6 oz Coconut Oil
3.8 oz Olive Oil
6.3 oz Distilled Water
2.77 oz Sodium Hydroxide
1/2 tsp Titanium Dioxide
1/2 tsp Ultramarine Blue
2 tbs Sweet Almond Oil
1M Frosting Tip
Frosting Bag
Hand Mixer
Silicone Spatula
Temp gun
Glass pyrex (2)
Small Ramekins/Dixie cups (2)
Mini Mixer

**If you are not local, you can get all of this and more at Bramble Berry! They will ship directly to you!**

If you’ve never made Cold Process soap before, stop here! I highly recommend checking out Brambleberry’s FREE four part SoapQueen.tv series on Cold Process Soapmaking, especially the episode on lye safety. And if you’d rather do some reading, Bramble Berry carries a wide range of books on the topic, including Anne-Marie’s newest book, Pure Soapmaking. You can also checkout the digital downloads for that instant gratification factor.

Melt & Pour Instructions:

Weigh out 45oz clear melt and pour. Melt in microwave on 60 second bursts.

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Add 12mL Blueberry Jam fragrance oil.

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Add 12 drops of liquid white and 12 drops of liquid blue.

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Pour soap into the cupcake molds and spray with rubbing alcohol.

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Pour soap into a small 9 ball silicone mold. Be careful, they fill up very quickly! Spray with rubbing alcohol. Allow to harden at room temperature or pop in the freezer to quicken the process.

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Once the soap has hardened pop out of the mold.

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COLOR/FRAGRANCE PREP:

In a small ramekin or dixie cup, measure out 1/2 tsp of titanium dioxide in 1 tbsp of any fixed oil. We chose sweet almond oil. Mix well with Bramble Berry’s mini mixer. Repeat with blue.

Weigh out .5 oz of Blueberry Jam fragrance oil. Set aside.

LYE PREP:

Make sure you have gloves, goggles and long sleeves on before beginning to process the lye. Measure the distilled water into one glass container, and the lye into another. Carefully add the lye to the water and gently stir with a stainless steel whisk until solution is clear. Allow the lye to cool to around 60 degrees Fahrenheit by either labeling and setting aside, or by placing into a designated freezer. We recommend using Brambleberry’s Infrared Thermometer. These are amazing because they are so easy to use and you don’t have to worry about getting your thermometer covered in lye water!

While the lye is cooling, weigh out all the fixed oils in a large glass Pyrex bowl and heat in the microwave just until the kokum butter has melted.

For this technique we want our lye and our oils significantly cooler than usual. We want our lye to be around 60 degrees Fahrenheit, and our lye around 70 degrees before combining.

Frosting Instructions:

Whip the oils into a soft consistency using a hand mixer. They should be opaque before combining with lye.

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Slowly pour a small amount of the lye into the whipped oils, and use a spoon to incorporate. Be careful not to splash any of the lye water. This soapmaking process is a lot more laid back that normal cold process, so you have much more time to work with your soap. Take your time adding the lye!

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Once the lye has been incorporated into the oils (this can take a few minutes), turn the hand mixer or stand mixer on low. Scrape any batter that has splattered on the side of the container and then turn the mixer to a medium setting. Continue to whip for several minutes.

Once the lye and oils are completely combined, add the Blueberry Jam fragrance oil. Incorporate the fragrance oil with a spoon or spatula first until mixed, then turn the mixer on low and whip the ingredients together until completely combined. pic13
Continue mixing until you have achieved a frosting-like consistency. A good test is to lift the mixer out of the soap and if it keeps a peak, it is ready. This process can take between 20 and 30 minutes. Sometimes the soap will actually increase in temperature because of the lye reaction, so testing the temperature regularly and popping the mixture into the freezer for a few minutes can help this process.

Once the soap has reached the frosting-like consistency, split the frosting in half and add the titanium dioxide to half and the ultramarine blue to the other. Mix the color in well with a spatula or whisk. You can also give it a quick mix with the hand mixer.

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Cut off about a half inch from the tip of the frosting bag and push the tip through. Scoop two frosting colors into opposite sides of the bag until full. You will have some frosting left over, and will need to fill the bag again during the frosting process.

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Squeeze of some of the frosting until both colors come out, and to burp any air pockets that may be in the bag. Squeeze a dollop of frosting onto the middle of the cupcake bottoms.
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Pipe the frosting around the dollop of frosting in a circular motion until you have reached a peak.

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Sprinkle with glitter and place a small ball on top.

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This recipe yields anywhere from 10-13 cupcakes, depending on how tall you make your frosting. We were able to make 11.

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Let soap cure for 4-6 weeks before use. Enjoy your soapy cupcake treats!

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Peachy Keen Bath Bombs

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Spring is finally here! While the weather is warming up, it’s still just so nice to relax with a warm bath and a glass of wine in the evening time. This week we were inspired to make adorable peach bath bombs that smell wonderful, look adorable, and help to soften your bath water. Hello relaxation time!

**This recipe yields about 4 peach bath bombs**

What You’ll Need:

Ingredients:

2/3 cups Citric Acid
1 & 1/3 cups Baking Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate)
4 mL Southern Peach FO
Cantaloupe la Bomb
Witch Hazel

**If you are not local, you can get all of this and more at Bramble Berry! They will ship directly to you!**

Hardware:

Leaves
Glass Bowl
Gloves
Plastic Bath Bomb Molds (4)
Clean-Up Tool
1/3 measuring cup
Dropper

Directions:

Combine 2/3 cups citric acid and 1 & 1/3 cups baking soda (sodium bicarbonate).

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Mix well, making sure to break up any clumps.

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Add 4 mL Southern Peach Fragrance Oil. Mix well, making sure the fragrance is fully incorporated and all clumps are broken down.

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Add 11 drops of Cantaloupe la bomb. Mix well with gloved hands to ensure color is fully incorporated. Using gloves is important otherwise you will dye your hands!

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Now the tricky part. Begin spraying witch hazel into the concoction. Continue spraying and mixing until you reach a consistency in which it keeps its shape after clumping into a ball in your hands. We sprayed 16 sprays. This is a very finicky amount, and can vary due to humidity and other factors.

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Begin pressing your bath bomb mixture into the plastic bath bombs. Be sure to pack tightly.

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Try to avoid having the bath bomb mixture packed into the crevices where the halves meet. This will make it easier to unmold.

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Wait an hour or so for the bath bombs to set up. Then, using a clean-up tool, wedge the square side in between the two halves of the mold. Go around the circumference of the mold a few times to help loosen the mold.

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Then begin prying the halves apart. Take your time gently pulling them apart. Be careful as to not apply too much pressure and send the bath bomb flying across the room and exploding everywhere.

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Gently push the leaves into the bath bomb.

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Allow the bath bombs to harden for another hour or so.

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Enjoy your adorably wonderful bath bombs with a relaxing bath and/or shower!

Did you like this blog? Then check out our Tuxedo Bath Bomb tutorial!

Or if you’re looking for something a little more advanced, Soap Queen’s Tie-Dye Bath Bombs may interest you.

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Sparkling Lime

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Who doesn’t love toasting to a special occasion with some good champagne? We just love the smell of Bramble Berry’s Champagne fragrance oil so much, and combined with the simple yet zesty smell of Limes we were able to create this masterpiece. Oh yeah, I said masterpiece. This refreshingly zingy soap scent is sure to help put some zip into your hand-washing regime. We also added Kokum Butter, one of Bramble Berry’s newer items, to create a wonderfully moisturizing as well as great-smelling soap.

What You’ll Need

**This recipe yields about 3 pounds of soap**

Ingredients

 13 oz Distilled Water
4.95 oz Lye
1 oz Castor Oil
10 oz Coconut Oil
3 oz Kokum Butter
5 oz Olive Oil
9 oz Palm Oil
7 oz Rice Bran Oil
1.5 mL Polysorbate 80

1 oz Champagne Fragrance Oil
1 oz Lime Fragrance Oil
1/2 tsp Sparkle Gold Mica
1/2 tsp Titanium Dioxide
1/4 tsp Kermit Green Mica
1/4 tsp Titanium Dioxide
Sprinkle Kelly Green Mica
99% Isopropyl Alcohol

4 oz Large Bath Crystals
1 oz Medium Dead Sea Salt

Hardware:

Stick Blender
Glass Pyrex (2)
Whisk
Silicone Spatula
Wooden Spoon
Fork (4)
Ramekin (4)
Easy Pour (3)
Small Bowl (2)
Thermometer
Mini Mixer
Microwave
12″ Tall Silicone Loaf Mold

**If you are not local, you can get all of this and more at Bramble Berry! They will ship directly to you!**

If you’ve never made Cold Process soap before, stop here! I highly recommend checking out Brambleberry’s FREE four part SoapQueen.tv series on Cold Process Soapmaking, especially the episode on lye safety. And if you’d rather do some reading, Bramble Berry carries a wide range of books on the topic, including Anne-Marie’s newest book, Pure Soapmaking. You can also checkout the digital downloads for that instant gratification factor.

Directions:

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SALT PREP:

In a small bowl, measure out 4 oz of Large Bath Crystals. Add 1 mL of Polysorbate 80. Sprinkle Kelly Green Mica and mix well with hands until you reach the desired color.
In a separate small bowl, measure out 1 oz of Medium Dead Sea Salt. Add .5 mL of Polysorbate 80. Sprinkle Kelly Green Mica and mix well with hands until you reach the desired color.

COLOR/FRAGRANCE PREP:

In small ramekins or dixie cups, measure out each mica combo (except the sprinkle of Kelly Green) and add 1 tbsp. of any fixed oil. We used avocado oil. Then mix using Bramble Berry’s mini mixer. You should end up with two ramekins of white, one of gold and one of green.

Weigh out 1 oz Champagne FO and 1 oz Lime FO and combine into a small container. Set aside.

Draw a line on each easy pour container to indicate how much soap needed for each color. This will make it easier to separate out the soap batter. On two of the easy pour containers draw a line at 16 oz. On the other one draw a line at 8oz. There will be 8 oz left in your original container.

LYE PREP:

Make sure you have gloves, goggles and long sleeves on before beginning to process the lye. Measure the distilled water into one glass container, and the lye into another. Carefully add the lye to the water and gently stir with a stainless steel whisk until solution is clear. Allow the lye to cool to around 115 degrees by either labeling and setting aside, or by placing into a designated freezer. We recommend using Brambleberry’s Infrared Thermometer. These are amazing because they are so easy to use and you don’t have to worry about getting your thermometer covered in lye water!

While the lye is cooling, weigh out all the fixed oils in a large glass Pyrex bowl and heat in the microwave until the oils are around 115 degrees.

Once both the lye solution and the fixed oil solution are around 115 degrees (between 10 degrees of each other) you can begin soaping!

Directions:

Begin by organizing your area so that everything is ready to go. Place the Ramekin (or dixie cup) filled with color next to the corresponding easy pour container. Have your fragrance, mold, and salts ready to go.

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Place the stick blender into the oils at an angle and burp the blender by gently knocking the stick blender on the bottom of the Pyrex to avoid mixing in any air bubbles. Pour the lye solution down the arm of the stick blender and start mixing until you have reached a medium trace.

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Once you have reached a medium trace, separate the soap batter into the designated easy pour containers.

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In one of the easy pour containers that has 16 oz add the Sparkling Gold Mica and mix with a fork until it is fully incorporated.
In the other easy pour container that has 16 oz add 1/2 tsp of Titanium Dioxide and mix with a fork until it is fully incorporated.
In the easy pour container with 8 oz add the Kermit Green Mica and mix with a fork until it is fully incorporated.
In the pyrex with the remaining soap, add 1/4 tsp of Titanium Dioxide and mix with a fork until it is fully incorporated.

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Just eyeballing it, add the fragrance to each of the containers of soap batter.

Pour the Sparkling Gold Layer into the 12″ Tall Silicone Loaf Mold.

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Now for the in-the-pot swirl for the middle layer. Add the Kermit Green Mica soap batter to the pyrex with the white soap at 12 o’clock, 3 o’clock, 6 o’clock, & 9 o’clock until all of the soap is gone. Be sure it breaks the surface of the white soap.

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When all of the green soap batter has been poured into the white batter, take a utensil (we used the handle of a wooden spoon) and make one pass through the colors to create the swirl.

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Using a silicone spatula to help prevent breakthrough, pour the swirled soap over the gold layer.

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Using a silicone spatula to help prevent breakthrough, pour the white soap over the swirled layer. You need this soap to be at a thick trace so you can manipulate the top. If it hasn’t thickened up by sitting out, grab your stick blender and give it a few good mixes to create a thicker trace.

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Using a spoon, manipulate the top until you get your desired texture.

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Sprinkle the medium dead sea salt on the top of the soap. Add the bath crystals, keeping in mind where you will be cutting your soap, as you will not be able to cut through them.

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Be careful when you go to cut the soap, as the sea salt can scratch the soap. We laid the loaf on its side before cutting it as opposed to cutting from the top as we normally would.

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Enjoy your refreshingly clean-smelling soap!

Did you like this blog? Then you might like Soap Queen’s Rose Quartz Cold Process Tutorial.

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