Saturday, February 12, 2011

Bubble Gum Soap Recipe!

   ~I have another soap recipe for you to try out if you like. I am creating recipes as I said before and I would like your feedback for it. I would like the honest truth about the recipe if possible. Thank you for your time.~

- 8 oz. Distilled Water
- 3 oz. Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)
- 7 oz. Palm Oil
- 7 oz. Coconut Oil
- 6 oz. Olive Oil
- 1 oz. Jojoba Oil
- 1 oz. Bubble Gum Fragrance Oil
- Imperial Red Mica to color

Mix water and lye together. (Always pore lye into water never the other way around).
Let cool to 100 degrees F.
Blend oils together over a double boiler all except the essential/fragrance oils.
Melt and cool to 100 degrees F.
Blend the lye mixture and the oils together slowly and stir till it traces.
Add the Mica mixed with the fragrance oil so there are no clumps of mica.
Pour in molds and wrap it up.
Keep an an even 100 degrees F, then use thermometer to keep track. (UV Thermometer works amazingly well).
When it gets to 80 degrees F, its ready to unmold.
Cut and let it rest.
Let cure for 2-4 weeks.

I would love to hear your opinion for this recipe!


  1. Hey there, sounds interesting. So does it have a bubble gum fragrance?

  2. Hey! How are you. Yes, it does have a Bubble Gum Fragrance. So good to eat. But, do not eat! hahahaha

  3. Hi! Popped over from Southern Mommas to say hi! Can't wait to try this recipe out...sounds devine!

  4. Hey Bella! I am so excited that you are going to try this recipe out! I am very excited. I hope you like. =)