Shaker of Salt Exfoliating Soap Recipe

Shaker of Salt Exfoliating Soap Recipe

Recipe makes approximately 24 soaps.

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Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:
Cutting Board
Mixing Bowl
Mixing Spoon
Lemon/Lime Slices Mold (
Step 1:  Prepare the limes.  Weigh out and melt 120 grams of the clear soap base.  Once melted add 5 drops of the lime green FUN Soap Colorant and 6 grams of the Shaker of Salt Fragrance Oil.  Stir.  Pour the melted soap into the lime slices mold and spray with alcohol.  Allow them to set up before removing them from the mold.  You will need a total of 24 slices.  Once prepared, set them aside for now.
Step 2:  Prepare the shredded white melt and pour soap.  You will need your grater and 3 cubes of the shea butter melt and pour soap base.  Grate the soap.  We used the portion of our grater that allowed for the smallest shreds.  
Step 3:  Prepare your oils.  In a deep mixing bowl, add 50 grams sunflower oil, 50 grams fractionated coconut oil, 35 grams sweet almond oil, 35 grams argan oil, 20 grams Shaker of Salt Fragrance Oil, and 3 drops of the lime green FUN Soap Colorant.  Set this mixture aside, for now.
Step 4:  In a separate bowl, weigh out and melt 170 grams of the clear soap base.
Step 5: To the mixing bowl containing the oil mixture, add the melted soap base and 450 grams of the Dead Sea Salt fine ground.  Quickly mix everything together thoroughly.
Step 6:  Press the mixture into each cavity of the mold.  Then, sprinkle the shredded white soap and place a lime on top.  Allow the cubes to set up before removing them from the mold.
Your Shaker of Salt Solid Exfoliating Soaps are now ready to use!  Enjoy!
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