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Egg Soap

Recently my husband was teaching me how to make Tomato Eggs, a Chinese dish that is common for lunch or dinner. As I learned to cook a new dish, I couldn’t help but wonder how a soap would turn out if you added an egg. Would it affect the lather? Make a bar of soap pamper the skin more? Make a better shampoo bar? To answer these questions, I decided that I should make a batch of soap with an egg.

Since I know eggs mix really well with oil due to my experience baking, I decided to remove 2 ounces of oil to mix with my egg. This mixture I will add when light trace begins. By adding the egg at this point, I prevent the burning of the egg proteins and acceleration of the soap.

Hydrogenated Soy
Coconut Oil
Olive Oil
Sodium Hydroxide
Large Chicken Egg
Microwave Safe Container


Recipe in Grams
227 grams Hydrogenated Soy
113 grams Coconut Oil
113 grams Olive Oil
170 grams Water
62 grams Sodium Hydroxide
1 Large Chicken Egg
Recipe in Ounces
8 ounces Hydrogenated Soy
4 ounces Coconut Oil
4 ounces Olive Oil
6 ounces Water
2.2 ounces Sodium Hydroxide
1 Large Chicken Egg
Recipe in Percentages
50% Hydrogenated Soy
25% Coconut Oil
25% Olive Oil
Q.S. Water
Q.S. Sodium Hydroxide
Q.S. Egg

Weigh all of the oils into a microwave safe container. Heat gently until liquid. Add the Sodium Hydroxide to the water to form a lye solution. Remove approximately 2 ounces of oils from the melted oils. Add the egg to the removed oil and mix well. Allow the oils and the lye to cool to a lower temperature. We do not want to have the soap overheat and volcano especially since we are adding a temperature sensitive ingredient. Mix the oils and lye solution and blend until a light trace is achieved. Add the egg and oil mixture and mix well. Pour into a mold and allow to sit for 24 hours. Cut the soap. Allow the soap to cure. Longer curing time will result in a harder bar. Enjoy!

Note: When you cut the egg soap it will have a stinky egg smell to it and we noticed a greenish discoloration in the center. This smell will go away after allowing the soap to cure! The color in the center of the soap will also go away.

Melted Oils

Lye Solution

Egg and Olive Oil

Ready for Mixing

Mixing Soap

Mixed Soap

Soap in Mold

After 5 days

Egg soap after curing for 1 day

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