I have heard so many great reviews on the use of whipped soap and whipped sugar scrubs, after today’s DIY I am also in love with the whipped texture of this soap and the versatility of this foaming bath butter.
This time I had a great helper, my daughter enjoys working on the DIYs with me and this one did not involve working with hot butters or wax as when making body butters or candles. Since I had the extra help, it was only fair to allow the great helper to select the fragrance and the color for this fantastic sweet buttercream whipped soap.
Ingredients & Materials
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- 8 oz foaming bath butter
- 1 oz sweet almond oil
- Buttercream fragrance
- Sweet in Paris fragrance
- soap dye (optional)
- hand mixer
- 2 – 4 oz jars with lid
How to make whipped soap
First, separate 8 oz from the base soap container and whip for a minute or two until it start taking a whipped consistency.
Add the sweet almond oil, fragrance and soap dye and continue to whip for 5 more minutes. I used about one gram each of buttercream and sweet in Paris fragrances. This soap smells deliciously sweet, just like icing and with a hint of lovely flowers.
After the soap is whipped and the color and fragrances incorporated, scoop into jars and use as needed.
I love using this recipe for my hands but it can be used in the shower too.
This recipe is very simple, the starting point is a melt and pour type of soap base and as with melt and pour soap bases, it can be used to make sugar or salt scrubs as well. I can’t wait to make the sugar scrub with this base, once it’s ready I will certainly share it here.
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