WARNING: you’re going to want to take a bite into these soaps. Ditch all the plastic packaging that comes with buying boring soap from the store. Try making your own soap instead.

Check out each delicious-looking soap down below for a full list of materials you’ll need as well as step-by-step instructions to help you out along the way.

Cinnamon Roll Soaps

Materials:

Instructions:

  1. Start with a melted white soap base. The best way to execute this is by setting a bowl over a pot of boiling water to help properly melt the soap down without burning it.
  2. Stir in some cinnamon, gold soap coloring, and vanilla essential oil until the white soap base changes to more of a tan color.
  3. Remove from the heat and pour into a rectangular tray. You can shape your own out of aluminum foil.
  4. Sprinkle more cinnamon over the soap and let the soap semi-harden.
  5. Remove it from the tray and cut lengthwise with a pizza cutter.
  6. Roll each strip up to shape your cinnamon rolls.
  7. In a small dish, mix together some cinnamon and almond oil.
  8. With a paintbrush, follow the spiral of the cinnamon roll and paint on the cinnamon and almond oil mixture.
  9. Add any leftover over white soap base (melted) to a piping bag and pipe the “frosting” over the cooled cinnamon roll soap bar.

Peelable Rose Petal Soaps

Materials:

Instructions:

  1. Start with a melted white soap base. The best way to execute this is by setting a bowl over a pot of boiling water to help properly melt the soap down without burning it.
  2. Squeeze in some pink and red soap coloring and a few drops of rose essential oil. Stir until the soap base changes to a nice pink color.
  3. Remove the pink soap from the heat and spoon small amounts onto a parchment paper-lined baking sheet.
  4. Peel the “rose petals” off the baking sheet once they are semi-hardened.
  5. Roll the individual petals up and add more and more until you’re left with a rose. Open up the edges of the petals to really make the soap look like a rose.
  6. With a knife, cut off the excess bottom parts of the rose soap.

 

Funfetti Cake Soap

Materials:

Instructions:

  1. Start with a melted white soap base. The best way to execute this is by setting a bowl over a pot of boiling water to help properly melt the soap down without burning it.
  2. Stir in a few drops of gold soap coloring and vanilla essential oil.
  3. Add in the small cubes of the pink, green, purple, and orange soap bars to act as the sprinkles throughout the batter.
  4. Pour the “batter” into a silicone cake mold. Set it aside and let it harden.
  5. In a separate bowl, with more melted white soap base, add some dish soap.
  6. Using a hand mixer, mix the soap until the texture resembles “frosting.”
  7.  Spoon a quarter of the mixture into a piping bag.
  8. Add pink soap coloring to the remaining mixture in the bowl. Stir until you have pink “frosting.”
  9. Remove the Funfetti batter soap from the silicone mold.
  10. Apply the pink “frosting” with a frosting spatula until the “cake” is covered.
  11. Add piping of the white frosting around the cake in whichever design you’d like.
  12. Feel free to add any other decorations!

 

Honeycomb Soap

Materials:

Instructions:

  • Start with either a melted white or clear soap base. The best way to execute this is by setting a bowl over a pot of boiling water to help properly melt the soap down without burning it.
  • Drizzle in some honey, the orange essential oil, almond oil, and some orange zest. Stir until the white soap base changes to a dull orange color or the clear soap base to a deep honey color.
  • Pour the two different colored soaps into each half of the silicone honeycomb soap mold. Let the soap harden before removing from the mold.
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