Step 1: Prepare your lye solution for the CP soap portion. Allow it to drop to room temperature.
Step 2: Now, prepare the soaping oils. Once weighed out, melt them. Then, allow them to drop to room temperature as well.
Step 3: While you are waiting for your temperatures to drop, prepare your titanium dioxide. Weigh out the titanium dioxide and mix it with a small amount of your soaping oils. Also, weigh out your Frost and Snowdrops Fragrance Oil. Set these aside, for now.
Step 4: Prepare your melt and pour soap embeds. You will need the snowflake mold out and in front of you. Melt the shea butter mp soap base. Then, add the fragrance oil and neon blue colorant. Stir. Pour the melted soap into the the mold. Once it sets up, remove it from the mold. You will need these in a later step.
Step 5: Once both your lye solution and oils are at room temperature, combine them. Use a stick blender to emulsify them. Add the Frost and Snowdrops Fragrance Oil. Stick blend to incorporate the scent.
Step 6: Separate and color the batter. You will need three small bowls. To two of these, add 300 grams of soap batter. To the larger remaining portion, add the titanium dioxide. Stick blend to incorporate the colorant. Then, in your third bowl, add 475 grams of the white soap batter. Set the 475 grams aside. We will use it later to top our soap. To one of the smaller 300 gram bowls, add the neon colorant for the ice blue portion as listed above. Once again, stick blend. To the second small bowl, add the ultramarine blue colorant to achieve the royal blue color. Stick blend to incorporate the colorant.
Step 7: Starting with the ice blue batter drop several "plops" into various spots of the bowl containing the white soap batter bowl. Then, do the same with the royal blue soap batter. Now, place the spatula into the bowl, and drag it in a circular manner.
Step 8: Once you are happy with your swirls, add the soap to the loaf mold.
Step 9: Use the white soap batter that you set aside earlier to top your soap. Place the soap batter on top of the loaf. You want the white soap to resemble a snowy peak top.
Step 10: Next, add the snowflake embeds that you prepared earlier. Finally, if you would like, you can top the soap with mica.
Step 11: Allow the soap to setup for 24-48 hours. Finally, cut the soap and allow it to cure.
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