Step 1: First, prepare both of the lye solutions. Set them aside for now.
Step 2: Next, prepare the soaping oils for each batch.
Step 3: Prepare your first batch. Add the first lye solution to one of the bowls of soaping oils. Stick blend to emulsify.
Step 4: Now, add the fragrance oil and the activated charcoal mixture. Once again, stick blend.
Step 5: Place your loaf mold in front of you. Prop it up at a 45-degree angle. Then, pour the soap into the mold. Allow it to set up for about 10-15 minutes.
Step 6: At this time, prepare the next batch of soap. Once your lye solution and soaping oils are emulsified, add the fragrance oil and green clay mixture. Once again, stick blend.
Step 7: Set the mold flat in front of you. When your soap batter reaches trace, pour the second batch of soap batter into the soap mold. Tap the mold on the countertop to release any air bubbles.
Step 8: Once your soap has set up for 24-48 hours, cut it. Once cured, it will be ready to use!
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