Anne-Marie Makes Lingonberry Spice Cold Process Soap

Anne-Marie Makes Lingonberry Spice Cold Process Soap

This Lingonberry Spice Soap has a rustic chic look that’s perfect for the holidays and beyond. The bars have a white base and activated charcoal pencil lines. To make the top look festive, there are rose hips and dried leaves.

It’s scented with Lingonberry Spice Fragrance Oil, which is a comforting mix of apple, cedarwood, lemon, balsam fir, cinnamon, and mountain air.

Of course, how the soap feels is just as important. The recipe is made with new lingonberry seed oil, which has a silky and lightweight texture on the skin. The soap also features skin-loving shea butter and cocoa butter.

Lingonberry Spice Cold Process Soap Recipe:
5 Pound Mold with Sliding Bottom
Silicone Liner for 5 Pound Wood Mold
2.8 oz. Shea Butter (5%)
7 oz. Canola Oil (13%)
1.1 oz. Castor Oil (2%)
2.8 oz. Deodorized Cocoa Butter (5%)
14 oz. Coconut Oil (25%)
2.8 oz. Lingonberry Seed Oil (5%)
14 oz. Palm Oil (25%)
11.2 oz. Sunflower Oil (20%)
7.8 oz. Sodium Hydroxide Lye
15.6 oz. Distilled Water (15% water discount)
3 oz. Lingonberry Spice Fragrance Oil
Titanium Dioxide
Activated Charcoal
Rose Hips
Dried Leaves

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