Rose Quartz Soap Projecthttps://www.brambleberry.com/in-the-studio/projects/melt-and-pour/rose-quartz-soap-project/PS000090.html
These bars feature a soft pink hue with swirls of white to emulate rose quartz stones. They're scented with Rose Quartz Fragrance Oil, which is a fresh and citrusy spin on a rose scent.
The soaps couldn’t be easier to make. After mixing in color and fragrance oil, the white and pink soap are poured together into the mold and swirled together. Get tips on how to swirl melt and pour soap here. Once the soap has fully cooled, use a non-serrated knife to cut the soap into gem shapes. The leftover soap can be used in future projects, like the Alpine Frost Crystal Soap.
- Skill Level: Beginner
- Time to Complete: 30 minutes
- Kit Yields: 2 pounds of soap
Rose Quartz Soap Project
Rose quartz is known as the Heart Stone and is thought to inspire imagination and love. Harness that energy with these Rose Quartz Melt and Pour Soaps. They feature a soft pink hue with swirls of white to emulate the real stone.
12 Cavity Rectangle Silicone Mold
16 oz. Clear Melt & Pour Soap Base
16 oz. White Melt & Pour Soap Base
1 tsp. Rose Gold Mica
10 mL Rose Quartz Fragrance Oil
99% Isopropyl Alcohol in Spray Bottle
Chop 16 ounces of White Melt and Pour Soap and 16 ounces of Clear Melt and Pour Soap into small uniform pieces. Place them into separate heat-safe containers and melt in the microwave using 30 second bursts.
Once the bases are completely melted, disperse 1 teaspoon Rose Gold Mica into 1 tablespoon 99% isopropyl alcohol. Mix to get rid of any chunks of mica. Add all the dispersed mica into the melted clear soap.
Add 5 mL of Rose Quartz Fragrance Oil into the melted clear soap, and 5 mL into the melted white soap. Stir in completely.
Check the temperature of the soap. Both bases should be about 125-130° F to create wispy swirls. Fill about half of the mold with white soap. Then, pour the pink soap into the white soap until the cavity is full. You can alternate pouring the colors, or pour them at the same time. Use a chopstick, dowel, or small spoon to swirl the soap. Spritz with 99% isopropyl alcohol to get rid of any bubbles on top.
Repeat this process until all the soap is poured. Allow the soap to fully cool and harden for several hours or up to overnight. Remove them from the mold.
Use a sharp non-serrated knife to cut the soaps into gem shapes. There is no right or wrong way to do it – just have fun with it.
Wrap the bars in plastic wrap to help prevent glycerin dew. Enjoy!
Photographer: Amanda Kerzman
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