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Get all of the ingredients and tools you need to make these Charcoal and Rose Clay Spar Bars!
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In this episode of Soap Queen TV, Anne-Marie makes an incredibly luxurious soap. For the base she used our Shea melt & pour soap and then used Activated Charcoal and Rose Clay for their purifying and cleansing properties – plus they look gorgeous together. To scent the bars she used SandalwoodRose Absolute, and Red Brazilian Mandarin Essential Oils for a natural finish to this tiny spa in a bar of soap project.

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This kit is a little different than our other kits in that you can remove or get extra of each item in your shopping cart (and the price will adjust accordingly) before you check out. So you can just get what you need. Also please note that there are no printed instructions included with this kit, learn how to make this soap on the Soap Queen Blog here or watch the video below.

 

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(based on 8 reviews)

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by Sonya
on 3/11/2014
Healing properties
One of my customers now swears by this soap for healing her eczema on her face! I made a slight alteration by using Tea Tree Oil E/O and Mandarin E/O instead of Sandlewood and Brazilian Red Madarin. The healing properties of the activated charcoal and the Tea tree oil make this an excellent soap. Will be making this again. Wish Anne Marie had more charcoal soap recipes.
by Teresa
on 3/5/2014
Wow!
This was my first time ever making any soap product. I have to say the instructions, vides, and supplies were perfect and I had no issues. They turned out wonderful and everyone is truly impressed. Thank you! My only question is can I use other essential oils and colorant combinations using this same technique? Would I be able to use indigo powder in place of the charcoal? Thanks again, this recipe has me hooked now!
by Marsha
on 1/19/2014
Spa Bars
I made these bars today and they turned out great. One question is this considered a facial bar since it has charcoal and clay in it? Thanks,
by Jennifer
on 1/12/2014
Love, love, love!!
I love this soap, it is one of my new favorites. It is not only beautiful but has a wonderful creamy lather when using. I am finding that the lather is black from the charcoal half but it rinses right off my skin and shower. Is it possible I used too much? I know that can happen with oxides as well. Thanks for the recipe! I will definitely make this one again and again despite my error this first time!
by James
on 12/31/2013
@dottie
Here is what I do. Once your first layer has set, grab a sharp knife and scores lines into the layer (not all the way through though, just about a 1/3rd), spray with alcohol and then pour your next layer. The soap layers won't separate, however, if you cut in the bar into pieces it will.
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