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Man Bar


    Olive Oil 12oz
    Coconut Oil 6oz
    Regular Cocoa Butter 3oz
    Lanolin 1oz
    Water 8oz
    Lye 3oz

    Make one tablespoon of fragrance.
    2 tsp Lime Essential Oil
    1 tsp Sandalwood Fragrance Oil
    A few drops of lavender essential oil.


Combine lye and water, stirring until all lye crystals dissolve. Combine oils and heat gently until melted. Temperatures of both should be in the 110 F - 120 F range. (exact temps are not critical) Combine lye solution and melted oils. Stir until the mixture reaches thin trace and add fragrance. Continue stirring until trace is reached. Pour the soap into your prepared molds. Check your soap in 24 to 48 hours to see if i's firm. If it is turn it out and cut it into bars. If it is still soft let it stay in the molds until the outside is firm. Set the bars out to cure and dry. Place the bars on something that will allow them to breathe. Allow soap to cure for 2 to 3 weeks.

Notes & Comments:

I generally cut these bars larger (3&1/2 long x 2&1/2 wide x 1&1/2 high) so that they are Man Sized. These will weigh about 5 to 5-1/2 oz. each

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