March 29, 2023

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cold pressed soap 6

This soap offers you a slightly stronger rose scent but can be a bit challenging to get the right balance for those new to making swirled soaps.



  • 8 bar mold with liner
  • 2 ounces Castor Oil
  • 16.3 ounces Coconut Oil
  • 20.8 ounces Olive Oil
  • 13 ounces Palm Oil
  •  6.5 ounces Sunflower Oil
  •  6.5 ounces Sweet Almond Oil
  •  9.1 ounces Sodium Hydroxide Lye
  •  21.5 ounces Distilled Water
  •  4 ounces Wild Rose Fragrance Oil
  •  1 teaspoon Rose Pearl Mica
  •  1 teaspoon Shamrock Green Mica
  •  2 teaspoons Titanium Dioxide
  •  Pink Rose Petals

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NOTE:  1 OUNCE = 28.35 g


  1. Start by preparing your colors. Place the Titanium dioxide into 2

tablespoons of a liquid oil of your choice. Use a hand mixer to get rid of

all clumps. In separate containers you want to mix the Shamrock Green

and Rose Pearl Mica; each mixed with 1 tablespoon of any lightweight

liquid oil and mixed until there are no clumps.

  1. Add 9.1 ounces of lye to 21.5 ounces of water slowly and carefully,

gently stir until the lye is completely dissolved and the liquid is clear. Set

aside to cool.

  1. Combine the oils and melt. Once the oils, as well as the lye, have cooled

to 130 degrees Fahrenheit, then you can combine them and stick blend

them to a very thin trace.

  1. Divide the soap into four equal containers of about 700 millilitres. Add

the following colors per container and whisk until completely


  1. 1 tablespoon titanium dioxide for a white color.
  2. 1 teaspoon titanium dioxide with ½ teaspoon Rose Pearl Mica for

a light pink color.

  1. 2 teaspoons of Rose Pearl Mica for a pink color.
  2. 1 teaspoon of Shamrock Green Mica for a green color.
  3. Divide the fragrance equally between the containers and whisk to mix


  1. Pour any of the colors into the mold first in long S-curves lengthwise.
  2. Pour any second color into the mold, still with long lengthwise S-curves.
  3. Continue doing this with alternate colors.
  4. As the mold gets halfway full, be careful to make sure you differentiate

the colors to have a more distinct pattern.

  1. Once you are at the top of the mold, you want to pour so that each color

is visible.

  1. After all the soap is in the mold, tap it firmly to remove air bubbles.
  2. Use a chopstick, dowel or other wood stick and drag to cross the lines

you created with the soap. Make this S-curve pattern throughout the

soap until you’ve swirled the entire mold.

  1. Insert the dividers in the mold, so they reach the bottom in all sections,

or you can wait and cut your bars later.

  1. Sprinkle pink rose petals in a pattern you desire on each bar and gently

press into the soap with a gloved hand.

  1. Spritz the top of the some with 995 isopropyl alcohol in order to prevent

soda ash.

  1. Cover the mold and if needed place it on a heating pad for 30 minutes at

medium heat.

  1. Keep the soap in the mold for two to three days and then remove from

the mold once firm enough to handle.

  1. Allow the soap to cure for four to six weeks.


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