Recipes : Melt & Pour Soaps

Cinnamon Orange Soap | Cocoa Mint Soap | Lemon and Lavender Clear Soap



Cinnamon Orange Soap

20 oz Goats Milk Soap Base, cut into 1 inch chunks
1 tsp. Powdered Cinnamon
30 drops Orange Essential Oil
ΒΌ tsp Gold Mica
Soap Molds

Instructions
Place the soap base in a heat proof container and set it in a double boiler filled with steaming water, over medium-high heat. When the soap base is melted, add the Cinnamon and Mica. Stir well, pressing any lumps against the side of the container until the mixture is evenly combined. Take off the heat, add the Orange Essential oil, stir well and pour into your soap mold. Wait for 12-24 hours then gently un-mold your soap and cut into bars.




Cocoa Mint Soap

20 oz Goats Milk Soap Base, cut into 1 inch chunks
1 tsp. Cocao Powder
30 drops Peppermint Essential Oil
Soap Molds

Instructions
Place the soap base in a heat proof container and set it in a double boiler filled with steaming water, over medium-high heat. When the soap base is melted, add the Cocao powder. Stir well, pressing any lumps against the side of the container until the mixture is evenly combined. Take off the heat, add the Peppermint Essential oil, stir well and pour into your soap mold. Place mold in the freezer for 4 hours-overnight. Gently un-mold your soap and cut into bars. Makes 8-12 Individual Soaps if you use a square mold that you cut.




Lemon and Lavender Clear Soap

20 oz Clear Melt and Pour Soap Base, cut into 1 inch chunks
30 drops Lemon Essential Oil
10 drops Lavender Essential Oil
A few Calendula flowers
A few Lavender flowers
Soap Molds

Instructions
Place the soap base in a heat proof container and set it in a double boiler filled with steaming water, over medium-high heat. When the soap base is melted, add the Lemon and Lavender essential oil. Pour a little of the soap base into the mold and press in the flowers. Let the soap cool until there is a thick film and gently fill the mold the rest of the way, with the remaining soap. Wait for 12-24 hours then gently un-mold your soap.