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Cinnamon Rosemary Soap


  • 42 oz wt Olive Oil
  • 39 oz wt Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
  • 32 oz wt Coconut Oil
  • 16 oz wt Lye (sodium hydroxide)
  • 42 oz water


Add the scent (1/3 oz. cinnamon leaf essential oil and 1/3 oz. rosemary essential oil) and stir thoroughly; split the batch into two halves. Stir about 1/3 to 1/2 cup cocoa into one half of the batch to achieve desired brown color; marble the two in a box mold by pouring the cream colored portion in first, then the brown portion; swirl w/ a spatula. Cover as usual. This soap may take on a turpentine-like smell as it cures - don't worry! It goes away, and is a wonderfully long lasting scented soap.

Notes & Comments:

Here's my contribution to the recipe list - it's a wonderful marbled soap, everyone's favorite. Men seem to especially go for the spicy scent. (Note! Epileptics should not use rosemary essential oils)


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