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Tassi Lavender in Melt and Pour Soap

Finished Tassi Lavender Soap

Finished Tassi Lavender Soap

With the many projects that we do in the blog kitchen, we sometimes end up with a bunch of partial bottles of fragrance oils. This collection is why all of the truckers who walk into our facility comment on how lovely it smells in our warehouse! Since it is the new year, we have been busy working on cleaning up and trying to downsize our collection of fragrances.

So when I came across this bottle of Tassi Lavender Fragrance Oil, it just called to me to be put to use. It has been a while since we did something with this fragrance oil and I think sometimes it often gets over looked. This is not just another lavender fragrance oil. While it is a floral scent, it also has undertones of herbs and woods. I am usually not a big fan of floral scents but I love Tassi Lavender! I actually think this fragrance would be great for men too. I added this fragrance oil to our White Melt and Pour Soap Base and made some samples so you could smell how great it is too. I adore sharing the fragrance love!

Collect needed items:

White Melt and Pour Soap Base
Tassi Lavender Fragrance Oil
Purple Raspberry Color
Grape Color
Mixing Bowl or Bucket
Soap Molds

Recipe: (Makes 48 ounces)

Recipe in ounces:
48 ounces White Melt and Pour Soap Base
0.72 ounces Tassi Lavender Fragrance Oil
Q.S. Purple Raspberry Color
Q.S. Grape Color
Recipe in grams:
1360.80 grams White Melt and Pour Soap Base
20.41 grams Tassi Lavender Fragrance Oil
Q.S. Purple Raspberry Color
Q.S. Grape Color
Recipe in Percentages
98.5% White Melt and Pour Soap Base
1.5% Tassi Lavender Fragrance Oil
Q.S. Purple Raspberry Color
Q.S. Grape Color

A lot of the time on recipes you will see us put Q.S. for the measurement of color. Q.S. stands for quantity sufficient, which means, just use as much as you need to get the color you desire. Sometimes we use such a little amount it is not measurable. For this soap we wanted it to turn out a lavender color so we did a couple drops of each color until it was the right color.

Making this soap was one of the easiest thing I’ve ever done. All we did to make this is weigh out the Melt and Pour Soap and then microwaved it until it was fully melted. Then we weighed out the fragrance oil and added it. Next we added our color and mixed it all in. Once everything is mixed we poured it into the soap mold. We let our soap cool over night but really once it is set up you can pop it out of the mold and enjoy!



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