Step 2: Melt and mix the Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Olive Oil and
Castor Oil. Slowly add the lye water to the oils, stick blending for about 10-15
seconds or until you reach a light trace. Not sure what trace is? Click
the Soap Queen.Tv Cold Process video that shows trace.
Step 3: Add 3 oz. of Spiced Apple Cider fragrance oil and whisk until it's fully mixed in. Then split the batch in half.
Step 5: Next pour about 1/2 cup of each color into a squirt bottle (like a ketchup or mustard bottle). We found ours at
a local restaurant supply store. You may need to snip off the end to make a
wider hole for your soap batter to easily flow.
Step 7: Place the skewer in the center of the circles and drag the soap out. The tip of the skewer just barely goes in the soap; it does not go all the way down into the batter.
Step 8: Spray the top of the soap with 91% rubbing alcohol to prevent soda ash, insulate and unmold after 2 or 3 days.
We’re a friendly group who love social media. See you ‘round the web!