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Tropical Rose Soap


    21 oz wt Coconut Oil
    25 oz wt Palm Oil
    32.75 oz wt Palm Kernel Oil
    5.25 oz wt Shea Butter, Refined

    32 fl oz water
    12.25 oz wt lye (sodium hydroxide)

    1 fl oz Rose Fragrance Oil
    .15 cc Amethyst Pink color


Measure oils on your scale. Warm on the stove or in the mircowave. Bring temperature to near 120 F. Exact temperature is not critical.

Add sodium hydroxide to the water. Mix well. Allow to cool to near 120 F. Exact temperature is not critical.

Combine oils and lye solution and add colorant. Stir until trace. Add Rose Fragrance Oil. Stir well. Pour soap into molds.

Allow to sit until soap is firm. Depending on the depth of the mold this will happen in 6 to 36 hours. Deeper molds allow for faster firming.

Cut into bars. Stack to allow good air circulation. Allow to cure for several days before using. Longer curing will result in a harder bar.

Notes & Comments:

This bar has a wonderful scent of roses with a soft pink color of pink tea roses. The lather quality of this bar is excellent! The soap will cure to a hard bar.

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