Shea Butter Soap - A Blender Soap Recipe.
This is a luxurious blender soap recipe that you will love to use on your
face. Shea butter soap is a wonderful and extravagant experience for the
face, hands and body.
1 lb. Melt & pour soap base (opaque)
1 Tbsp. Jojoba oil
1 tsp. Shea butter
1 tsp. grated beeswax
To Make This Blender Soap Recipe:
Melt the soap base in a double boiler. Use a drink mixer to incorporate all the ingredients,
then pour into molds. You can use a fragrance oil of your choice.
Glycerin can be found at health food
stores, some drug stores, craft stores or major department stores. Glycerin
is a gentle skin moisturizer soap that is available in clear and opaque and
will work well for this blender soap recipe.
Glycerin makes soap making less intimidating because glycerin soap recipes
don't require lye and fats. The trick to great glycerin soaps is to keep the
heat as low as possible. High heating temperatures heat will produce a mushy
or beaded appearance. To keep the glycerin from attracting moisture from the
air, tightly wrap the glycerin soaps in plastic after making.
Paper is a popular
packaging medium because of the variety of papers available you can use for your
blender soap recipe. You can use brown
Kraft paper, marbled paper, gift wrap, wallpaper, any kind of paper you want.
Your creativity is the limit! You can use your computer to add designs and logos
to plain paper or you can paint or draw on the paper for an added personal
touch. You can wrap individual bars of this blender soap recipe like a gift and either leave plain or add
extra embellishment by tie with ribbons, cording, raffia or lace.
baskets are nice containers for shea butter soap, especially when you fill the boxes with
other materials. You can fill the box or basket halfway with herbs, dried
flowers or potpourri that matches the scent of your soap. Gift basket fillings,
other toiletries, washcloths or sponges also make great fillers in the basket
with your soap. Once you have added the filler and your shea butter soap, wrap the box or basket
Sticky labels, round labels and
heavyweight card stock can be used for labeling your blender soap recipe.
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