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Chocolate Oreo Truffle Scrubs - Day 2

Can you believe it? It is FRIDAY! Are you ready to head into the kitchen to finish the Oreo Truffle Scrubs? I am. Oh, you may need to keep an eye on these scrubs just to make sure no one eats them. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Letโ€™s finish these truffle scrubs up and then we can sit down with a beverage of choice and admire our work.Collect Needed Items:
Ingredients
White Melt and Pour Soap
Brown Oxide, Premixed
Scrub Balls From yesterday
Equipment
Microwave Safe Container
Fork
1/4 teaspoon
Ziplock Bag
Waxed Paper

Recipe:

Recipe in Grams
100 grams White Melt and Pour Soap
1/4 teaspoon Brown Oxide, Premixed
Scrub Balls From yesterday
Recipe in Ounces
50.7 ounces White Melt and Pour Soap
1/4 teaspoon Brown Oxide, Premixed
Scrub Balls From yesterday

Heat soap gently until liquid. Dip scrubs into soap several times to coat. Place on waxed paper. Once all of the scrubs have been coated, color the soap brown. Mix in Ziplock bag. Snip a small hole in a corner and drizzle the brown soap over the truffles. Allow to cool. Enjoy!
Taylor

Finished Chocolate Oreo Truffle Scrubs

Melted Soap

Measuring Premixed Brown Oxide

Mixing Color and Soap

Drizzling Brown Soap over Scrub

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