Cheerful spring soap with carrot oil and pink clay

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Cheerful spring soap with carrot oil and pink clay
Instructions for colorful spring soaps with carrot oil and pink clay scented with bitter orange, ylang ylang and bergamot. Made in minutes with minimal dirty dishes. :)More information
Ingredients for this recipe260g of soap mass1 tablespoon of carrot oil1 spoon of vegetable glycerin1-2 teaspoons of pink clay12 drops of Petitgrain essential oil12 drops of Bergamot essential oil5 drops of Ylang ylang essential oilSilicone mold
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Description

I soap, you soap, we soap... and we make soap!

Hand washing is an activity that we spend a lot of time on now (which is only good), so why not spice things up a bit and add some simple soaping to your soaping? :)

Instructions for colorful spring soaps with carrot oil and pink clay scented with bitter orange, ylang ylang and bergamot. Made in minutes with minimal dirty dishes. :)

Plus when it's so easy, quick and fun to make! Soap bars made by the "dissolve and pour" method, i.e. from soapy mass, are ready as dupes. You really only need to cut the mass, dissolve it, decorate it with whatever you want, and then simply pour it into the selected molds. Here, done. A quarter of a watch, one bowl, a saucepan and a wooden spoon. No more is needed!

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When soaping, so cheerfully and colorfully

Outside the windows, it starts to burst with colors, and it can be just as cheerful and joyful at home in the bathroom. When making spring soaps, we were inspired by the awakening nature and colored them orange. And since it's Easter, the spring holidays, we simply decorated a few pieces with cheerful spring patterns. The sunshine soap now makes us happy every time we go to the sink! :)

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Carrots and pink clay against spring phlegm and skin ailments

And how did we achieve that beautiful color? Carrots! That is, with great carrot oil, which gives soaps not only a fresh color, but also a lot of great abilities that will please the skin. Carrot oil is rich in vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K, beta-carotene and many minerals. It has an anti-inflammatory effect, slows down the aging of the skin and fights against all kinds of eczema, rashes and acne. Due to its nourishing properties, it is great for damaged, irritated, problematic and tired skin.

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We added pink clay to the carrot, which is suitable for all skin types due to its excellent softness (mature, irritated, sensitive, eczematous and mature skin) and what's more - it fights against redness, dryness and flaking of the skin, which are unpleasant phenomena. with which many of us certainly have experience now. Pink clay has excellent cleansing and detoxifying properties and has an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiseptic effect. And its beautiful color is the icing on the cake!

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We also added glycerin to the formula, because moisturizing and hydrating is never enough! And the smell? Of course, it is also fresh and colorful! We reached for petitgrain, i.e. bitter orange, bergamot and ylang ylang. How do you scent your spring soap?

What does it take?

For 5-6 small soap bars

- 260 grams of soap mass (the kind you like)

- 1 tablespoon of carrot oil

- 1 spoon of vegetable glycerin

- 1-2 teaspoons of pink clay

- 12 drops of Petitgrain essential oil

- 12 drops of Bergamot essential oil

- 5 drops of Ylang ylang essential oil

- Silicone mold

- Optionally, a drop of high-percentage alcohol and favorite shades of mica powders + brushes for decoration

How to do it?

Pour pink clay into a small bowl and add glycerin, mix well.

Cut the soap mass into cubes and place in a heat-resistant container in a water bath. Allow to dissolve slowly, stirring occasionally. If every minute of your time is precious to you, the substance can be quickly dissolved in the microwave oven - put the chopped soap into a suitable container, cover with a lid and heat the substance after shorter, maximum thirty-second intervals. After each heating interval, stir the mass so that everything dissolves evenly.

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When the mass is liquid, mix carrot oil and prepared glycerin with pink clay into it, and drop essential oils. (You need to proceed briskly, the mass solidifies relatively quickly).

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Lightly spray the molds with high-percentage alcohol (if you have enough of it), pour the dissolved soap mass into them and spray the cast soap with alcohol immediately afterwards. Alcohol is not necessary, but it will ensure that there are no bubbles on the soap and the surface of the soaps will be beautifully shiny and smooth.

And it is done!

Now all you have to do is let the soap solidify, which will take about 20 minutes in the cold, an hour in the warmer months.

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When the soaps are solid, take them out of the molds and if you want to decorate them, prepare small bowls in which you mix about a teaspoon of mica powder with a little alcohol. Dip the brush in the paint and paint the soap as desired. The paint is dry in seconds.

And then just have fun soaping!

Raw materials
260g of soap mass
1 tablespoon of carrot oil
Carrot oil, 50 ml

Carrot oil, 50 ml

10,53 EUR
1 spoon of vegetable glycerin
1-2 teaspoons of pink clay
12 drops of Petitgrain essential oil
12 drops of Bergamot essential oil
5 drops of Ylang ylang essential oil
Silicone mold
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