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Homemade Scented Soap - Smell Well

Scented soap making is a simple art to perfect if you have good attention to detail and the ability to properly follow instructions. Once you've figured out how to create soap, you can start experimenting with your own handmade recipes to completely personalize it.

Homemade Scented Soap

Making homemade scented soap is a lot of fun, and once you've tried an all-natural homemade scented soap bar, you won't want to go back to store-bought soaps. Making your own soap offers you total control over the process, and knowing the specific components provides peace of mind in today's world of chemical additions.

Why use Homemade Fragrance Soap?

Most commercial soaps aren't actually soap. They're comparable to detergents since they're often made using synthetic components. Parabens, petrochemicals, phthalates, triclosan, and phosphorus are examples of substances that irritate and dry the skin. Some of these substances have even been linked to hormone disruption and cancer by scientists. Homemade scented soaps contain no such harmful chemicals and are 100% safe for your skin. They even provide much more moisturization than store-bought soaps. Plus, they smell heavenly!

How To Make Scented Soap bars

Soap making is an ancient craft that has been passed down through generations. The benefit of making your own scented soap is that you can customize the smell, color, and size, and it's considerably less expensive than buying store-bought soap.

DIY Vanilla Scented Soap

DIY Vanilla Scented Soap Bars

When you use a melt and pour soap base, making soap may be both enjoyable and simple. You can produce extravagant soaps in a variety of fragrant aromas by just adding a few herbs, essential oils, and other additions. In this scented soap, brown Sugar provides our Brown Sugar and Vanilla Handmade Soap a lovely translucent golden color, and the vanilla essential oil adds a mild and sweet aroma.

About Ingredients, You Should Know 

This recipe requires the following ingredients:

  • Clear Glycerin Melt and Pour Soap

Additional glycerin is added to this melt-and-pour soap base during the production process. It makes working with the soap easier and is good for your skin. Glycerin is a natural humectant, which means it draws moisture from the air and stores it in your newly cleansed skin.

  • Vanilla Fragrance Oil

Vanilla fragrance oil is high in antioxidants, which neutralize free radicals and help to repair skin damage. It aids in the reduction of age-related symptoms such as fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots. It not only revitalizes your skin, but it also smells wonderful.

  • Brown Sugar

The granulated crystals of brown sugar exfoliate your skin, removing dry and dead skin cells. This aids in the creation of smoother skin and gives it a young glow. Brown sugar also has antibacterial characteristics as well as glycolic acid, which helps to keep your skin looking young and healthy.

  • Soap Molds

A silicone mold is one of the most common soap molds. They're simple to clean, don't require lining, and are available in a range of shapes and sizes. molds made from recycled containers, plastic, and wood are also available. Each has advantages that might influence your soaping experience.

  • Rubbing Alcohol

Rubbing Alcohol is used in soap manufacture to eliminate bubbles from melting and pouring soaps, prevent soda ash from developing on the soap's surface, combine the layers of poured soaps, and create clear soaps.

Ingredients With Quantity

  • 1 lb Clear Glycerin Melt and Pour Soap
  • 2 tsp Vanilla Fragrance Oil
  • 2 Tbsp Brown Sugar
  • Silicone Soap molds
  • Rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle

DIY Scented Melt & Pour Soap Recipe

  1. Cut the soap into 1-inch cubes and lay them in a big microwave-safe basin with cling wrap over it.
  2. Microwave for 45 seconds to melt the soap.
  3. Stir the soap, then reheat in 30 second intervals until it is completely melted and smooth.
  4. Combine the vanilla fragrance oil and brown sugar in a mixing bowl.
  5. Fill your molds with soap.
  6. To remove any bubbles, just spritz the soap with rubbing alcohol.
  7. Allow 1 hour for the soap to set and cool fully before taking it from the molds.
  8. To store, wrap with plastic wrap. Your homemade scented soap is now ready for use.

DIY Rose Scented Soap

Who wouldn’t want to smell like roses all day long? The scent of roses is one of the most endearing and sweet smells of all time. It reminds you of love and all things beautiful. If you are a fan of roses and their fragrance, this recipe for homemade rose-scented soap would be perfect for you.

DIY Rose Scented Soap Reicpe

About Ingredients, You Should Know 

This recipe requires the following ingredients:

  • Shea Butter Melt and Pour Soap Base

Including Shea butter soap base in scented soap will make the soap bar more soothing and nourish your skin. Shea butter prevents your skin from getting dry.

  • Clear Glycerin Soap

Additional glycerin is added to this melt-and-pour soap base during the production process. It makes working with the soap easier and is good for your skin. Glycerin is a natural humectant, which means it draws moisture from the air and stores it in your newly cleansed skin.

  • Rose Essential Oil

When it comes to your skin, rose oil offers a multitude of benefits, and we recommend giving it a try! Roses are high in vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals, and their oil is excellent for treating dry skin. It also has astringent qualities, making it a powerful anti-acne, anti-redness, and anti-inflammatory agent.

  • Silicone Soap Mold

A silicone mold is one of the most common soap molds. They're simple to clean, don't require lining, and are available in a range of shapes and sizes. molds made from recycled containers, plastic, and wood are also available. Each has advantages that might influence your soaping experience.

  • Bubble gum mica powder and Magenta mica powder
  • Rubbing Alcohol

Rubbing Alcohol is used in soap manufacture to eliminate bubbles from melting and pouring soaps, prevent soda ash from developing on the soap's surface, combine the layers of poured soaps, and create clear soaps.

Ingredients & Tools For Making Scented Soaps

  • 1 pound Shea Butter Melt and Pour Soap Base
  • 1 pound Clear Glycerin Soap
  • Rose Essential Oil 1 teaspoon
  • Silicone Soap Mold
  • 3/4 teaspoon bubble gum Mica Powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon magenta Mica Powder
  • Stainless Steel Spoon For Mixing
  • 99% Rubbing Alcohol in a Spray Bottle
  • Rubber or latex gloves

 Recipe Of Scented Melt & Pour Soap

  1. Cut the shea butter soap base into 16 cubes
  2. Place the cubes in a heat-safe glass or stainless steel dish.
  3. Cut the glycerine base into 16 cubes
  4. Place the cubes in a heat-safe glass or stainless steel dish.
  5. Pour 2 inches of water in the bottom of two saucepans
  6. Place the bowls with the soap cubes on top of the water in the saucepans and heat to a low simmer.
  7. Allow the cubes to melt for a few minutes, stirring regularly after they are mostly melted.
  8. Remove the saucepan and bowl from the pan when the soap base is entirely melted, and place on a silicone potholder or a heat-safe surface.
  9. Add the rose essential oil after mixing in the mica colourant, and stir briskly to fully incorporate the colour and oil into each of the bases.
  10. Pour or spoon some of the coloured clear glycerin soap bases into the molds as soon as possible. Six of the molds will receive a liquid foundation.
  11. Spritz the transparent base with 99 percent isopropyl alcohol before spooning the shea butter foundation over the clear base.
  12. It will take approximately one hour to set up the rose bars, and you can simply pop them out of the molds.

DIY Coffee Scented Soap

If you're looking for a caffeine fix in a nonconventional way, these Creamy Coffee Melt & Pour Soaps are ideal. Goat Milk Melt and Pour Soap Base is used to make the bars, and it provides a soft sensation on the skin.

Homemade Coffee Scented Soap

A few drops of coffee fragrance oil are added to the melted base. Coffee fragrance oil has a strong aroma and a dark hue since it is made from freshly roasted coffee beans.

About Ingredients, You Should Know 

Here’s some information about the main ingredients of this recipe

  • Silicone Circle Mold

A silicone mold is one of the most common soap molds. They're simple to clean, don't require lining, and are available in a range of shapes and sizes. molds made from recycled containers, plastic, and wood are also available. Each has advantages that might influence your soaping experience.

  • Goat Milk Melt and Pour Soap Base

Goats milk soap is reported to be excellent for persons who suffer from dry, itchy, irritated skin, and is especially beneficial for those who suffer from Eczema, Psoriasis, Rosacea, and Acne. Goats milk soap is also ideal for individuals with good skin who wish to keep it that way.

  • Coffee Fragrance, Espresso fragrance oil, and Ground coffee

The anti-aging qualities of coffee, in any form, are excellent. It gives the skin a healthy glow and a young appearance. It has a herbal scent and is high in vital fatty acids. Coffee can help the skin appear and feel tighter by increasing collagen and elastin levels.

  • Vanilla Color Stabilizer

This ingredient is mainly used only to keep the color of the soap vibrant. It prevents fading and yellowing of colors in the soap.

  • Rubbing Alcohol

Rubbing Alcohol is used in soap manufacture to eliminate bubbles from melt and pour soaps, prevent soda ash from developing on the soap's surface, combine the layers of poured soaps, and create clear soaps.

Ingredients For Making Scented Soaps

  • 6 Cavity Silicone Circle Mold
  • 650 ml Goat Milk Melt and Pour Soap Base
  • 1 tsp. Coffee Seed Oil
  • 1 tsp. Used Coffee Grounds
  • 12 ml Espresso Fragrance Oil
  • 12 ml Vanilla Color Stabilizer
  • Rubbing Alcohol in a Spray Bottle

Homemade Scented Melt & Pour Soap Recipe

  1. Take the Goat Milk Melt and Pour Soap Base and chop it into tiny, consistent chunks.
  2. Melt the soap in the microwave in 30-60 second spurts, in a heat-safe container.
  3. Use a spoon to thoroughly mix in 1 tsp. coffee fragrance oil to the melted base. Mix together the Espresso Fragrance Oil and Vanilla Color Stabilizer.
  4. 1 heaping teaspoon of discarded coffee grounds to be stirred in next.
  5. Allow the soap to cool down to a temperature of 120-125 degrees Fahrenheit. The coffee grinds will not sink to the bottom of the bars as a result of this.
  6. Fill each cavity in the mold. To remove bubbles, spray the soap with rubbing alcohol after each pour. Once it has cooled down completely, the soap can easily be removed from the mold.

Conclusion

DIY Melt and pour scented soap, commonly known as glycerin scented soap, is a dream come true for both new and expert soapers. These scented soaps contain natural fragrances that give homemade soap a beautiful and delectable aroma. Homemade scented soaps are 100% skin-friendly, they do not contain any sorts of harmful chemicals.