Diy Whipped soap

After spending hours on the internet looking for a recipe I have finally decided you just have to wing it. Recipes for Whipped soap are far and few between but the ones you can find all have different ingredients or different methods than the last. So i am going to mesh a few togather and see how the end result turns out.

Ingredients (I use OZ on all of my recipes but I have included Cups and TBS for those that do not)

3 Cup or 24oz Foaming Bath butter or you can purchase a DIY Foaming bath butter here

9 TBS or 3 oz Coconut oil or any other soft oil of your choice

3TBS or 1.5oz Fragrance oil

Colorant

Jars (this recipe makes roughly 3 8oz jars and 3 4oz jars)


Begin by combining the Foaming bath butter and coconut oil in a Large bowl. You can add the fragrance oil now if you like or you can add later.

Using a mixer beat the first two ingredients together until light and fluffy they should resemble frosting.

Add the fragrance oil if you havent already and continue to mix until well blended. Foaming bath butter has a stong soapy smell so you can add a bit more to cover the scent while you are working it. Just make sure not to over do it.

If you are using 2 colors like I am split your batch in half

Add colorant and mix

Scoop the mixture into your jars for storage.

Or you can pipe it for a pretty presentation

To pipe you can add your mixture to a press and seal and close the ends

Once you have jarred your soap make sure you have a tight seal to keep the fragrance oil from dissapearing.

You are done!

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2 thoughts on “Diy Whipped soap

  1. Thanks for the recipe will have to try this

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    1. cherryblossomhandmadetx February 12, 2019 — 6:22 pm

      Of course if you have any questions please let me know

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