Handmade Heart Shaped Valentine’s Day Soap Recipe
Get a jump start on your homemade Valentine’s Day gifts with my new cold process Silk & Rose Clay Facial Soap recipe! It’s just one of the many amazing bath & beauty recipes featured in Wholesale Supplies Plus’ January 2014 issue of eHandmade magazine. Simply click here to download this issue in PDF format and skip forward to page 24 for the recipe.
This new homemade soap recipe is palm free for those who are eco-conscious or find it difficult to source sustainable palm oil. It’s creamy lather leaves your face feeling moisturized, not tight and dry, and is formulated from moisture binding silk amino acids, rich jojoba, argan & sweet almond oils, shea butter and gentle rose kaolin clay that’s perfect for all skin types. But don’t just limit this lush handmade soap to your face. Try it as a body soap and even as a shampoo bar!
Looking for more homemade Valentine’s Day gift ideas? Get started by purchasing the Wilton 6-Cavity Silicone Heart Mold needed for my Silk & Rose Clay Homemade Facial Soap Recipe. Then be sure to also check out my other homemade bath and body recipes that utilize this same mold to get those creative juices flowing: Natural Patchouli & Rose Complexion Bar, Handmade Triple Butter Solid Sugar Scrub Hearts, Handmade Heart Shaped Handmilled Soap, Homemade 4th of July Red White & Blue Soap, Handmilled Lavender & Dead Sea Salt Milk Soap, and Valentine’s Day Solid Lotion Bars.
You can find more homemade soap recipes by visiting Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen as well as by following my DIY Bath & Body Board on Pinterest! And for DIY Valentine’s Day gift ideas, be sure to also follow my DIY Valentine’s Day Gifts board on Pinterest.
December 26, 2013 at 11:43 am
Your photos are really wonderful. Shared on G+ and tweeted, Hope your New Year is great! Via CBC
Rebecca D. Dillon
December 26, 2013 at 12:05 pm
December 27, 2013 at 10:30 am
Your Valentine’s Day soap is so beautiful. You make it look so easy that I think I might could do it. Thanks!
January 3, 2014 at 4:47 pm
Hello Rebeca! I want to ask you how do you unmold this kind of soaps? For me is a completly mess…. ;(
Rebecca D. Dillon
January 3, 2014 at 5:46 pm
I just made another batch of this with a different scent without any issues. Per instructions within the emag, be sure to wait a day or two after the initial 24 hour insulation period before unmolding otherwise the corners might not come out clean. You’ll also want to start with a clean mold. I simply turned the mold over and gently pressed each one out by sort of turning them out of the mold. Did you make any changes to the recipe?
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