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ONE: In a large heat safe container, melt 32 ounces of clear soap in
the microwave. Once the soap is melted, separate the soap evenly into two
containers (16 ounces in each container).
TWO: Add 9 ml of Celestial Waters fragrance oil and 50 drops of
diluted Blue Green LabColor to the first batch of melted clear soap. Mix well
and set aside. Click here to learn how to dilute your LabColors.
THREE: To the second batch of clear soap, add 9 ml of Celestial
Waters, 20 drops of diluted Royal Blue LabColor and 30 drops of diluted Blue Mix
LabColor. Mix well and set aside.
FOUR:In another large, heat safe container, melt 16 ounces of
white so soap base in the microwave.
FIVE: Since the Celestial Waters fragrance oil is yellow
in color, we’re only going to add 3 ml of the fragrance oil to the white soap
base. We want it to stay nice and white. Leave the soap uncolored.
SIX: Let all three containers of soap cool down to 130-135
degrees. Try to time it so they cool at the same time.
HINT: If one of the three soaps cools down first, pop it back in
the microwave for 10 seconds. All three soaps need to be at 130-135 degrees
Fahrenheit before pouring.
SEVEN: Once the soaps are at the ideal pouring temperature, pour
a little bit of the teal soap into the mold (about 1/4 inch). Then pour the same amount of the blue soap followed by the white
soap. Repeat this pouring pattern, alternating soap colors. Spritz with rubbing alcohol to get rid of air bubbles along the
way. Once all of the soap is in your mold, let it cool for 4-6 hours before you
ONE: Combine 16 ounces of melted white soap base, 8
Tablespoons of Castile Liquid Soap and 6 ml of Celestial Waters fragrance oil in
an electric mixer. Whip the ingredients together on medium switching to high
after one minute. Keep mixing until the mixture forms fluffy, whipped peaks that
look like frosting.
TWO: Use a spatula to quickly frost
the entire loaf of soap then swiftly and evenly nestle 6 rubber ducks into the
HINT: I frosted what would be the “bottom” of the soap loaf,
which is the top of the soap after you’re done pouring.
THREE: Let the frosting harden for about an hour and the soap is
ready to cut!
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