Boil your water. To the water, add two fillable tea bag filled with chickweed. This will be used for the water portion of this recipe. Make sure you boil plenty of water as some will boil off.
Prepare your lye solution using the tea. Allow the lye solution to cool to room temperature. Add the sodium lactate.
Step 2: While you are waiting for your lye solution to cool, prepare your soaping oils. Once your oils are melted, allow them cool to room temperature.
Step 3: While you are waiting for your oils and lye solution to cool, prepare the white and green colorants.
Step 4: When both the soaping oils and the lye solution are ready to be combined, do so. Then, stick blend the soap batter to emulsify. Next, divide the soap batter into three equal portions.
Step 5: Next, to one bowl, add 27 grams of the Pearamel Fragrance Oil. Stick blend and then set this bowl aside for the moment. To the second bowl add the titanium dioxide mixture you prepared. Once again stick blend and set this bowl aside for the moment. To the third bowl, add the green colorant, 27 grams of the Pearamel Fragrance Oil and 27 grams of the Vanilla White Color Stabilizer. Once again, stick blend to incorporate the ingredients.
Step 6: Now, we will begin with uncolored soap. Pour the soap into the soap mold. Next, you should pour the other two colors into the mold. Alternate each color using all of the green, saving half of the white for the top of the soap in a later step.
Step 7: Finally, place a wooden skewer into the mold and make circular motions throughout the soap mold to create swirls.
Step 8: Once your remaining white soap batter is at a thickened frosting-like consistency, add it to the top of your soap.
Step 9: Finally, melt the cocoa butter soap base. Add the colorant, Pearamel Fragrance Oil, and Vanilla White. Stir. Then, use a disposable pipette to drizzle the mp soap on top of cp soap.
Step 10: After 48 hours, remove the soap from the mold. When ready, cut the soap into slices. Allow them to further cure before using.
We hope that you enjoy our Pearamel Cold Process Soap Recipe!