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Soap Therapy (without pictures)

It has been a while since I have made soap. So I decided to grab my soap bucket and make something.

I really like the Tropical Rose soap recipe, so I wanted to start from there. This is really just a variation on that recipe.


    16 oz wt Coconut Oil
    19 oz wt Palm Oil
    25 oz wt Palm Kernel Oil
    4 oz wt Mango Butter

    9.5 oz wt Sodium Hydroxide
    24 oz wt Spring Water

    0.15 cc Purple Raspberry color
    1 fl oz Soothing Chamomile Fragrance Oil


  1. Mix lye into water and let cool.
  2. Add colorant to 1 oz of water and set aside.
  3. Combine all oils and melt.
  4. Stir lye mixture into oils.
  5. Add colored water until desired color is reached.
  6. Stir until mixture reaches a light trace.
  7. Add fragrance oil.
  8. Pour soap into mold and let cure.
  9. Cut into bars and let air dry.

Notes & Comments:

This recipe is repeated in \'Soap Therapy (with pictures)\' to show the entire process.

My temperature when I added the lye solution to the oils were 140 F for the oils and 130 F for the lye water.

After about 20 to 25 minutes in the mold the internal temperature of the soap was at 190 F.

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