Entertaining and Vibrant Soaps

Posted on Friday 12 December 2008

LOVE SOAP

1tbsp Pink Clay

3tbsp dried Rose Petals

250gm Ecol Soap Powder

3ml (60 drops) Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

100ml Water

Your love soap can be rolled into the rose petals to make it look really appealing, do this while soaps are still very moist.

Please Note:  Rose petals may bleed colour.

CHOCOLATE SOAP BALLS

1 tbsp Cocoa Powder

250gm Ecol Soap Powder

20ml Vanilla Essence

100ml Water

Method:

1. Mix the soap base and dry additives together in a bowl

2. Stir in the water and other additives

3. Working quickly, knead the ingredients together.

4. Your soap mixture can now be formed into various shapes.

5. Leave to dry and set properly in a warm, dry, airy spot. The soap balls will dry in about two to three days. The soap pressed into moulds may take approx. a week before it can be removed from the moulds, or it can be placed in a freezer until hard then removed from the moulds and put in a place where they can dry.

These ideas will be great as gifts or for guests when they come to stay during the Christmas break.

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1 Comment for 'Entertaining and Vibrant Soaps'

  1.  
    December 13, 2008 | 7:44 pm
     

    Speaking of Christmas, scented candles are a favorite among teenage girls. Scented candles can be used as a decorative piece in the teenage girl’s room. With so many colors available, it is easy to find one that will match her décor. Scented candles also will provide her with a sweet, soothing aroma that will give her a sense of sophistication and maturity. These are also great to light when doing homework or when healing a broken heart.

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