English Rose + Swirled Goats Milk Soap

AuthorLouisa
RatingDifficultyIntermediate

Swirl white and flash rose red to create this beautiful, delicate, English rose scented soap. This soap uses a centre-swirl as opposed to a half-n-half swirl (see the Funny Monkey soap).

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Yields1 Serving
Total Time30 mins

Ingredients
Equipment
 1 1L Pyrex Jug
 2 Stirrers

1

Weigh out and chop 500g of soap base and place into the Pyrex jug. Heat in the microwave on thirty second bursts until completely melted.

2

Weigh out 15g of the English Rose fragrance oil (this works out to around 18ml). Add the fragrance oil to the melted soap base and mix well.

3

Add the isopropyl alcohol to a pyrex jug. Immediately mix the titanium dioxide in (otherwise the alcohol will dissolve).

4

Add half of the melted soap to the white mixture and combine well until there are no lumps.

5

Mix the flash rose red mica in to the clear half of the base.

6

Assemble the two jugs and the mould on a flat surface that won't be disturbed.

7

Wait until both bases are below 55 degrees celsius.

8

Pour all of the rose red mixture into the mould.

9

Slowly drizzle the white soap through the centre of the pink soap. You can get creative and drizzle in patterns or just drizzle in a straight line along the length of the mould.

10

Spray the top of the soap with isopropyl alcohol to burst bubbles. This will give your soap a much cleaner finish. Allow to cool for at least an hour, until it is completely hard all the way through.

11

Un-mould your soap and cut it up. You can do a traditional cut of 4 equal bars, or you can chop it into smaller pieces as shown here. These are great for guests, kids, bathroom soaps or (in our case) samples.

Ingredients

Ingredients
Equipment
 1 1L Pyrex Jug
 2 Stirrers

Directions

1

Weigh out and chop 500g of soap base and place into the Pyrex jug. Heat in the microwave on thirty second bursts until completely melted.

2

Weigh out 15g of the English Rose fragrance oil (this works out to around 18ml). Add the fragrance oil to the melted soap base and mix well.

3

Add the isopropyl alcohol to a pyrex jug. Immediately mix the titanium dioxide in (otherwise the alcohol will dissolve).

4

Add half of the melted soap to the white mixture and combine well until there are no lumps.

5

Mix the flash rose red mica in to the clear half of the base.

6

Assemble the two jugs and the mould on a flat surface that won't be disturbed.

7

Wait until both bases are below 55 degrees celsius.

8

Pour all of the rose red mixture into the mould.

9

Slowly drizzle the white soap through the centre of the pink soap. You can get creative and drizzle in patterns or just drizzle in a straight line along the length of the mould.

10

Spray the top of the soap with isopropyl alcohol to burst bubbles. This will give your soap a much cleaner finish. Allow to cool for at least an hour, until it is completely hard all the way through.

11

Un-mould your soap and cut it up. You can do a traditional cut of 4 equal bars, or you can chop it into smaller pieces as shown here. These are great for guests, kids, bathroom soaps or (in our case) samples.

English Rose + Swirled Goats Milk Soap
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