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Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe

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This traditional solid sugar scrub cubes recipe is not only easy to make, but it's ready the same day for gifting. These are great year round as homemade gifts for everything from birthdays to Mother's day!

This traditional solid sugar scrub cubes recipe is not only easy to make, but it’s ready the same day for gifting. Made using all natural ingredients this solid sugar scrub cubes recipe is great for crafting year round to give as homemade gifts for everything from birthdays to Mother’s day! And the easy no hassle recipe is also easy to customize with your favorite essential oil or essential oil blends and a carrier oil that suits your skin care needs.

This traditional solid sugar scrub cubes recipe is not only easy to make, but it's ready the same day for gifting. Made using all natural ingredients this solid sugar scrub cubes recipe is great for crafting year round to give as homemade gifts for everything from birthdays to Mother's day! And the easy no hassle recipe is also easy to customize with your favorite essential oil or essential oil blends and a carrier oil that suits your skin care needs.

Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

2.5 oz. Stephenson’s Natural Shea Butter Melt and Pour Soap Base
4 oz. Shea Butter or Sal Butter
1.2 oz. Natural Anti-Aging Rosehip Seed Oil (or other carrier oil suited for your skin type)
.35 oz. Lavender Essential Oil (or other essential oil of choice – or try a blend of equal parts lavender, sweet orange and ylang ylang essential oils!)
16 oz. white granulated sugar
pinch of mica or other powdered pigment color, to suit

Instructions:

I lined my DIY wooden soap mold to use as a mold to create my solid sugar scrub cubes, then cut them into squares once they’d hardened with a Chef’s knife. However, you can also use a small cardboard box lined with plastic or even a silicone candy mold that has multiple cavities in fun shapes. This will make individual solid sugar scrub cubes that don’t need to be cut afterwards. This silicone chocolate rose mold would be great for making solid sugar scrub cubes for homemade Mother’s Day gifts.

In addition to a mold, you will also need a digital scale to weigh out your ingredients.

Begin by weighing out the melt and pour soap base with your digital scale. Then, using a Chef’s knife, cut the soap into chunks and combine in a double boiler. (You can also combine the soap base in a large glass Pyrex measuring cup to heat in the microwave.)

Weigh out the shea butter and mix in with the soap base. Heat in the double boiler until the ingredients have melted completely. Remove the melted shea butter and soap base from heat.

Now weigh out the rosehip seed oil and lavender essential oil and stir into your melted ingredients.

Weigh out the granulated sugar into a large glass bowl. If using a powder pigment for color – such as ultramarines, oxides or micas – cut a pinch of color into the sugar using a butter knife or spatula.

Pour the sugar into the shea butter/soap/oil mixture and mix well to fully incorporate the ingredients.

Now scoop the solid shea butter sugar scrub mixture into your mold(s) and level with a spatula. Place your filled mold(s) in the refrigerator until your solid sugar scrub cubes have fully cooled and hardened. (If you aren’t using a silicone mold you will need to line your mold for easy removal of your final product. In addition, placing your mold onto a cutting board before filling it with your scrub will make transport to the refrigerator much easier.)

Finally, remove your completed solid sugar scrub cubes from the mold(s) and package in an airtight container until use. I packaged mine in 8 oz. Clear PET Plastic (BPA Free) Refillable Low Profile Jars.

Creating DIY wedding favors? These mini printed mason jars make the perfect containers for homemade solid sugar scrub cubes! Click through for an easy, all natural solid sugar scrub cube recipe you can create and gift!

I also like the idea of using these Printed Mini Mason Jars from beau-coop if you’re making large batches of these solid sugar scrub cubes for DIY wedding favors or other event gifts.

If you enjoyed this natural skin care recipe for making traditional solid sugar scrub cubes, then you may also like my collection of simple homemade skin care recipes for creating your own natural salve, homemade body butter and exfoliating sugar scrub. These three skin care recipes all share one ingredient in common and each have only two ingredients each! Or if have extra dry skin you may also want to try my White Tea scented solid sugar scrub cubes recipe that combines nourishing argan, sweet almond, coconut and macadamia nut oils with cocoa butter and a bit of beeswax to lock in moisture.

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DIY White Tea Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe

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DIY Homemade Moisture Intense White Tea Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe - Doesn't contain a melt and pour soap base!

Exfoliating and moisturizing seem to be key to keeping skin looking youthful and fabulous. Solid sugar scrub cubes turn that extra little step into an enjoyable time out in your day. This all natural solid sugar scrub cubes recipe is made from moisture intense oils praised for their skin rejuvenating properties – without the unnecessary melt and pour soap base. Plus it’s super easy to make and perfect for anyone with ultra dry skin. The nourishing ingredients stay on so there’s no lotion needed after stepping out of the shower. Just dry as usual! I made mine in one of my wooden loaf molds – I simply lined it first – but you can make these in silicone molds as well. (I’m a huge fan of this Silicone Chocolate Flower Mold.)

DIY White Tea Scented Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe - Made WITHOUT a Melt and Pour Soap Base

White Tea Scented Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

3 oz. refined (76° melt point) coconut oil
2 oz. argan oil
1 oz. beeswax
.5 oz. macadamia nut oil
.5 oz. sweet almond oil
.25 oz. cocoa butter
.3 oz. White Tea Fragrance Oil (or scent of choice)
12 oz. sugar

Instructions:

Using a digital kitchen scale, begin by weighing out the beeswax and cocoa butter in a glass Pyrex measuring cup, then melt in the microwave (or in a double boiler.) Remove from heat, then weigh out the remaining oils and stir into the melted beeswax and cocoa butter until all ingredients are completely melted. Finally, weigh out the sugar and stir into the melted ingredients then pour into your prepared mold. Place the mold in the refrigerator until the scrubs have completely solidified, then unmold and cut into squares.

Not a fan of white tea? You can sub any skin safe fragrance oil for the white tea or use half the amount (.15 oz.) if using essential oil(s).

Don’t need the skin protection of beeswax or like products that “stick” to skin? Then substitute the beeswax with a traditional emulsifying wax instead.

These made wonderful homemade gifts, especially if you’re already thinking ahead to Easter or Mother’s Day, and can be completed from start to finish in under an hour. It will yield enough cubes to fill three 8 oz. containers each with about 6 oz. of product each.

If you liked this recipe, also be sure to check out my Natural Lemon Verbena Bath Melts and Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipes. Or if you prefer salt over sugar, give my Chocolate Solid Salt Scrub Bon Bons Recipe a try!

For more fabulous homemade bath and body recipes, be sure to follow my DIY Bath & Body Board on Pinterest! Or get a jump start on the upcoming holidays by following my new DIY Homemade Easter Crafts and Treats Board and my Homemade Mother’s Day Gift Ideas Board.

Recipes for Lemon Verbena Bath Melts & Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes

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Liven up your natural skin care routine by making this lush recipe for bath melts as part of your self care beauty regimen! Two natural bath and body recipes for summer skin care for soft skin. Learn how to make a natural lemon verbena bath melts recipe to moisturize skin. Plus how to make a solid sugar scrub cube recipe without a melt and pour soap base.

Liven up your natural skin care routine by making this lush recipe for bath melts as part of your self care beauty regimen! Two natural bath and body recipes for summer skin care for soft skin. Learn how to make a natural lemon verbena bath melts recipe to moisturize skin. Plus how to make a solid sugar scrub cube recipe without a melt and pour soap base.

Recipes for Bath Melts & Solid Sugar Scrubs

Since many of you are so fond of completely natural and organic bath and beauty products, I decided to create an all natural lemon verbena scented recipe for bath melts. Plus a natural homemade solid sugar scrub cube recipe that doesn’t use a melt and pour soap base. These bath and body recipes feature lots of rich, skin conditioning ingredients which include cocoa butter, kokum butter, shea butter, coconut oil and luxurious organic argan oil.

Argan oil is naturally rich in vitamin E and phenols, carotenes, squalene and fatty acids. It absorbs quickly into skin when used in bath and body applications and delivers deep hydration. If you have dry or maturing skin, then this natural bath melts recipe and solid sugar scrub cube recipe are two natural bath and body recipes you’ll definitely want to add to your to do list.

Bath and Body DIY - Natural Organic Bath Melts and Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipes - Made with Rich Argan Oil, Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Kokum Butter and Coconut Oil

Lemon Verbena Scented Recipe for Bath Melts

© Rebecca D. Dillon

Ingredients:

5 oz. natural cocoa butter
1.5 oz. 76° melt point refined coconut oil
.5 oz. kokum butter
.5 oz. shea butter
.5 oz. argan oil
.04 oz. lemon verbena essential oil or essential oil of choice (or  .15 oz. lemon verbena fragrance oil)

Supplies:

digital kitchen scale
large glass pyrex measuring cup
metal spoon and knife
two silicone flower molds
containers with lids

Recipe Directions for Making Bath Melts:

(It’s important to note that these bath melts have a low melting point so they melt in bathwater. Therefore they need to be kept in a cool, temperature controlled environment.)

Ready to make my recipe for bath melts? Let’s get started!

Using a digital scale weigh out the cocoa butter, kokum butter and shea butter in a large glass pyrex measuring cup. Simply place the measuring cup on the scale, set to tare, then add your ingredients one at a time until the correct weight is reached.

Next, melt slowly in the microwave in 45 second increments until fully melted.

Now weigh out the coconut oil – this oil is solid at room temperature but melts at 76 degrees or when it comes in contact with skin – and stir into your butters until completely melted.

Follow by weighing the argan oil and adding it into the measuring cup. Now weigh out and  add your essential or fragrance oil of choice. Stir well, then slowly pour into two silicone flower molds. I recommend placing the molds on a small cutting board or other flat surface before pouring the liquid bath melts into the molds.

Once you’ve filled the molds, place them in the freezer for about 20 minutes to allow the bath melts to solidify. Then slowly push your completed bath melts out of the molds and package in your desired containers of choice. (You can half this recipe for bath melts if desired!)

DIY Natural Handmade Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe - Made Without A Glycerin Melt and Pour Soap Base

Lemon Verbena Solid Sugar Scrub Recipe

© Rebecca D. Dillon

Ingredients:

5 oz. natural cocoa butter
1.5 oz. 76° melt point refined coconut oil
.5 oz. kokum butter
.5 oz. shea butter
.5 oz. argan oil
.04 oz. lemon verbena essential oil or essential oil of choice (or .15 oz. lemon verbena fragrance oil)
4 1/2 Cups white sugar

Supplies:

digital kitchen scale
large glass pyrex measuring cup
metal spoon and knife
four silicone flower molds
containers with lids

Recipe Directions for Making Solid Sugar Scrubs:

Feel free to halve this recipe if desired. This is basically the same recipe as my natural handmade bath melts but with a touch more fragrance and white sugar. Because of the sugar it makes twice as much as the bath melts recipe.

To make the handmade solid sugar scrub cubes, follow the instructions for making my recipe for bath melts. However, before you place into the molds, stir in 4 1/2 cups of sugar. Next, simply scoop the sugar scrub mixture into your molds pressing into the molds as you go. Once you’ve filled a mold, use the backside of a knife to scrape the excess sugar scrub from the top of the mold and level out the cavities. Place in freezer to allow to solidify then pop out after 20 minutes or so and package!

Homemade Gift Idea - All Natural Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe - DIY Bath and Beauty Recipe

I’m a washi tape addict lately, so I decorated my containers of homemade bath melts and sugars scrub cubes with pink chevron washi tape. However, you can decorate – or not – your containers any way you like. Don’t feel limited by plastic jars though. You can also use small mason jars to keep these fabulous little bath and beauty treats in.

These natura skin care recipesare not only lovely for your own use, but they also make sweet little homemade gift ideas for just about any occasion! Gift them for Mother’s Day, birthdays, Valentine’s Day, Christmas stocking stuffers – even handmade wedding favors!

Recipe for Bath Melts. Liven up your natural skin care routine by making this lush recipe for bath melts as part of your self care beauty regimen! Two natural bath and body recipes for summer skin care for soft skin. Learn how to make a natural lemon verbena bath melts recipe to moisturize skin. Plus how to make a solid sugar scrub cube recipe without a melt and pour soap base.

Like my recipe for bath melts? Be sure to pin it for later!

More Recipes for Bath Melts

If you enjoyed my recipe for bath melts and my recipe for making solid sugar scrubs, you can discover more wonderful skin care recipes by following my boards on Pinterest! Or try one of my other homemade recipes for bath melts.

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DIY Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe

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Homemade Gift Idea for Mother's Day - Natural DIY Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes with Shea Butter - Gift in a Beauty Themed Spa Gift Basket - Comes with Free Printable Labels

With Mother’s Day right around the corner I thought this would be the perfect time to revisit one of my most popular posts for 2011 on how to make solid sugar scrub cubes as they would make lovely homemade gifts. However, this time around, I’m also including free printable labels for your homemade solid sugar scrub cubes – both in black and white and color – so they are even easier to craft, then gift.

Homemade Gift Idea for Mother's Day - Natural DIY Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes with Shea Butter - Gift in a Beauty Themed Spa Gift Basket - Comes with Free Printable Labels

Solid Shea Butter Sugar Scrub Cube Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

2.5oz Crafter’s Choice Natural Shea Butter Melt and Pour Soap Base
4oz. Refined Shea Butter
16oz. White Sugar
2 Tablespoons Fractionated Coconut Oil (You can also sub with any other carrier oil such as olive oil, jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, olive squalane oil, argan oil or whatever you have on hand that is liquid at room temperature.)
1 Tablespoon skin safe fragrance oils (or 1/2 Tablespoon essential oils) of Choice
Pinch of cosmetic mica or oxide or ultramarine pigment powder (optional)

Instructions:

You can either use a silicone loaf pan mold or smaller cavity candy type molds like these pretty silicone rose molds.

Cut your your melt and pour soap base into chunks then weigh out amount needed using a digital kitchen scale. Next, melt the glycerin soap base about half way in the microwave or a double boiler. Now, weigh out the shea butter needed and add to your mostly melted soap base and continue heating until thoroughly melted. Once these ingredients are melted, use a Tablespoon measurement to measure out the fractionated coconut oil and your choice of fragrance. Stir these ingredients into the melted shea butter and soap base.

In a separate bowl – I use a large one quart Pyrex measuring cup– weigh out the sugar. If using a pigment for color, cut in a pinch of color using a butter knife or spatula. (Keep in mind if your fragrance oil contains vanilla, your sugar scrub cubes will darken and turn brown depending on amount of vanilla content.) Finally, quickly pour the sugar into the shea/soap mixture and mix well. Scoop into your mold(s) and level with a spatula, then place in the refrigerator until solidified.

Once your scrub has solidified, gently remove the scrub from the mold(s). If you opted to use a loaf mold, take a Chef’s knife and gently cut the scrub into square cubes. Place your finished solid sugar scrub cubes in an airtight container until use. I used Clear 8oz. Heavywall Low Profile Plastic Jars with lids. Now simply download the labels here, print onto sticker paper and apply the labels to either the lid or the bottom of the jars.

To use these scrub cubes, simply crush one or two cubes in your wet hands and slather over your body.

(If you prefer to use natural, organic ingredients in your recipes, then I highly recommend Mountain Rose Herbs. They supply a variety of certified organic soapmaking and bath and body ingredients for the highest quality projects.)

Easy Melt And Pour Soap Recipe with Solid Sugar Scrub Hearts

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Whether you’ve been making soap for some time, or you’re wanting to learn how to make soap, this easy melt and pour soap recipe is the perfect soap making project! Crafted using both clear and white melt and pour soap bases, this easy soap recipe features a solid sugar scrub heart in the center to exfoliate skin as you bathe. Learn how to make this easy melt and pour soap recipe now as a treat for yourself or to give as year round soap gifts for anniversaries, birthdays and holidays.

Easy melt and pour soap recipe with solid sugar scrub hearts. Save time in the shower and gently cleanse and exfoliate skin in one simple step with this easy melt and pour soap recipe for beginners. A lovely handmade gift idea for birthdays, anniversaries or holidays, this homemade soap recipe provides all the benefits of a traditional sugar scrub but without the oily residue. Learn how to make melt and pour soap now at Soap Deli News. Creative melt and pour soap making ideas for your next DIY.

An Easy Melt and Pour Soap Recipe with A Twist

I’ve always been a sucker for sugar scrubs. Not only are they easy to make, but my dry skin loves the extra attention. Unfortunately, when I first started using sugar scrubs, I almost killed my first husband. This was well before emulsified sugar scrubs were popular. Back when Bath & Body Works had just started selling their original brown sugar scrubs. You remember the ones. They were basically oil and sugar and nothing else. And everyone lined up to try them on their dry hands at sink stations they had set up inside of their stores.

When I first started making sugar scrubs in the way way back, they were just like the ones sold by Bath & Body Works. All oils and sugar. One day in particular, I used one of the homemade sugar scrubs I’d made. My ex-husband, then followed with his own shower. A shower in which, when stepping into the tub, he slipped on the film of oils left behind by my sugar scrub – and almost died.

To be completely honest, I don’t think he was anywhere close to death at the time. Not like when he went to replace the heating element in the oven and forgot to unplug the stove first. That mistake threw him halfway across the kitchen. This time around however, he “nearly” fell, slipping on the oil residue in the tub. Luckily he caught himself mid-fall, just in the knick of time. Of course, however, he insisted he almost and most certainly could have died. So I’ve since stayed on top of wiping out the bottom of my bathtub after every sugar scrub experience.

Solid sugar scrub cubes, however, are an easy fix to the slippery tub scenario. And, when combined with an easy melt and pour soap recipe, the combo becomes an instant time saver. So you can wash and exfoliate in one easy step – even if you hit snooze on your alarm clock five times before finally dragging yourself out of bed.

Easy melt and pour soap recipe with solid sugar scrub hearts. Save time in the shower and gently cleanse and exfoliate skin in one simple step with this easy melt and pour soap recipe for beginners. A lovely handmade gift idea for birthdays, anniversaries or holidays, this homemade soap recipe provides all the benefits of a traditional sugar scrub but without the oily residue. Learn how to make melt and pour soap now at Soap Deli News. Creative melt and pour soap making ideas for your next DIY.

Easy Melt and Pour Soap Recipe (With Solid Sugar Scrub Hearts)

© Rebecca Dillon

Ingredients for sugar scrub heart embeds:

5 oz. white granulated sugar
3.5 oz. clear melt and pour soap base, of choice
1.25 oz. refined shea butter
.25 oz. peppermint frost (type) fragrance oil, or scent of choice
fine bubble gum (or color of choice) biodegradable glitter, to suit
sliver of neon pink pleasure soap color bar, or soap colorant of choice

Ingredients for the melt and pour soap recipe:

30 oz. white melt and pour soap base, of choice
1.25 oz. peppermint frost (type) fragrance oil, or scent of choice

Tools & Materials:

digital scale
24-Cavity Wilton Easy-Flex Silicone Heart Mold
12 Bar Silicone Round Shaped Soap Mold
sharp knife (for cutting soap)
Pyrex glass measuring cups
utensils for mixing
spray bottle with 99% isopropyl alcohol

Instructions:

This easy melt and pour soap recipe with solid sugar scrub hearts yields ten soaps weighing around 4 oz. each.

Easy melt and pour soap recipe with solid sugar scrub hearts. Save time in the shower and gently cleanse and exfoliate skin in one simple step with this easy melt and pour soap recipe for beginners. A lovely handmade gift idea for birthdays, anniversaries or holidays, this homemade soap recipe provides all the benefits of a traditional sugar scrub but without the oily residue. Learn how to make melt and pour soap now at Soap Deli News. Creative melt and pour soap making ideas for your next DIY.

Step #1:

You’ll start by making the solid sugar scrub heart embeds for my easy melt and pour soap recipe first. To do this, use a digital scale to weigh out 3.5 oz. of clear melt and pour soap base. Cut the base into chunks with a sharp knife, then combine in a glass measuring cup.

Easy melt and pour soap recipe with solid sugar scrub hearts. Save time in the shower and gently cleanse and exfoliate skin in one simple step with this easy melt and pour soap recipe for beginners. A lovely handmade gift idea for birthdays, anniversaries or holidays, this homemade soap recipe provides all the benefits of a traditional sugar scrub but without the oily residue. Learn how to make melt and pour soap now at Soap Deli News. Creative melt and pour soap making ideas for your next DIY.

Step #2:

Now weigh out the 1.25 oz. of refined shea butter. Add to the measuring cup with the soap chunks. Then heat in 30 second increments in the microwave until both ingredients have melted. (I recommend stirring after each heating.)

Easy melt and pour soap recipe with solid sugar scrub hearts. Save time in the shower and gently cleanse and exfoliate skin in one simple step with this easy melt and pour soap recipe for beginners. A lovely handmade gift idea for birthdays, anniversaries or holidays, this homemade soap recipe provides all the benefits of a traditional sugar scrub but without the oily residue. Learn how to make melt and pour soap now at Soap Deli News. Creative melt and pour soap making ideas for your next DIY.

Step #3:

Cut off a small chunk of the color bar and stir into the melted shea butter and soap mixture until it dissolves completely. Add more color as desired. (Keep in mind that the color will be muted once the sugar is added and the soap base solidifies.)

Easy melt and pour soap recipe with solid sugar scrub hearts. Save time in the shower and gently cleanse and exfoliate skin in one simple step with this easy melt and pour soap recipe for beginners. A lovely handmade gift idea for birthdays, anniversaries or holidays, this homemade soap recipe provides all the benefits of a traditional sugar scrub but without the oily residue. Learn how to make melt and pour soap now at Soap Deli News. Creative melt and pour soap making ideas for your next DIY.

Step #4:

Now stir in some glitter. You can use as little or as much glitter for this step as you like.

Step #5:

Weigh out .25 oz. of fragrance oil, then stir into the melted soap mixture.

Easy melt and pour soap recipe with solid sugar scrub hearts. Save time in the shower and gently cleanse and exfoliate skin in one simple step with this easy melt and pour soap recipe for beginners. A lovely handmade gift idea for birthdays, anniversaries or holidays, this homemade soap recipe provides all the benefits of a traditional sugar scrub but without the oily residue. Learn how to make melt and pour soap now at Soap Deli News. Creative melt and pour soap making ideas for your next DIY.

Step #6:

Next, weigh out 5 oz. of sugar. Pour the sugar into the melted soap and shea butter mixture. Then mix well with a fork or other utensil until all the ingredients are thoroughly combined.

Easy melt and pour soap recipe with solid sugar scrub hearts. Save time in the shower and gently cleanse and exfoliate skin in one simple step with this easy melt and pour soap recipe for beginners. A lovely handmade gift idea for birthdays, anniversaries or holidays, this homemade soap recipe provides all the benefits of a traditional sugar scrub but without the oily residue. Learn how to make melt and pour soap now at Soap Deli News. Creative melt and pour soap making ideas for your next DIY.

Step #7:

Pour the solid sugar scrub mixture into ten of the cavities of your heart silicone mold. Then smooth out the tops with a fork or spatula.

Easy melt and pour soap recipe with solid sugar scrub hearts. Save time in the shower and gently cleanse and exfoliate skin in one simple step with this easy melt and pour soap recipe for beginners. A lovely handmade gift idea for birthdays, anniversaries or holidays, this homemade soap recipe provides all the benefits of a traditional sugar scrub but without the oily residue. Learn how to make melt and pour soap now at Soap Deli News. Creative melt and pour soap making ideas for your next DIY.

Step #8:

Set the solid sugar scrub hearts aside to cool. Once they’ve solidified fully, unmold the heart embeds.

Easy melt and pour soap recipe with solid sugar scrub hearts. Save time in the shower and gently cleanse and exfoliate skin in one simple step with this easy melt and pour soap recipe for beginners. A lovely handmade gift idea for birthdays, anniversaries or holidays, this homemade soap recipe provides all the benefits of a traditional sugar scrub but without the oily residue. Learn how to make melt and pour soap now at Soap Deli News. Creative melt and pour soap making ideas for your next DIY.

Step #9:

Now that you’ve made the solid sugar scrub heart embeds, you’re ready to move onto the next step and make the easy melt and pour soap recipe. To do this, weigh out 30 oz. of white melt and pour soap base. Cut into chunks then heat in 30 second increments in the microwave until melted.

Step #10:

Once the white soap base has melted, weigh out 1.25 oz. of the fragrance oil. Then stir the fragrance oil into the melted soap base.

Step #11:

Pour the melted soap base into ten of the cavities of the round soap mold. Fill each cavity about halfway full. (You will have some soap left over. Simply set this aside for use later. Alternatively, you can make half now and half later.) Then spritz the tops of the soaps you just poured with isopropyl alcohol to remove any air bubbles.

Easy melt and pour soap recipe with solid sugar scrub hearts. Save time in the shower and gently cleanse and exfoliate skin in one simple step with this easy melt and pour soap recipe for beginners. A lovely handmade gift idea for birthdays, anniversaries or holidays, this homemade soap recipe provides all the benefits of a traditional sugar scrub but without the oily residue. Learn how to make melt and pour soap now at Soap Deli News. Creative melt and pour soap making ideas for your next DIY.

Step #12:

Once the white melt and pour soap in your round mold has solidified, Spritz the tops of the soaps once again with alcohol. Then place each of your solid sugar scrub hearts on top of the white soap. Use one heart in each of the ten cavities of the mold.

Easy melt and pour soap recipe with solid sugar scrub hearts. Save time in the shower and gently cleanse and exfoliate skin in one simple step with this easy melt and pour soap recipe for beginners. A lovely handmade gift idea for birthdays, anniversaries or holidays, this homemade soap recipe provides all the benefits of a traditional sugar scrub but without the oily residue. Learn how to make melt and pour soap now at Soap Deli News. Creative melt and pour soap making ideas for your next DIY.

Step #13:

Reheat the remaining white soap base if necessary. Then spritz the soaps in the mold with isopropyl alcohol once again. Next, carefully pour the remaining soap into each of the ten cavities of the mold around each of the heart embeds. Once you’ve poured the soap around the hearts and filled the cavities of the mold you’re using, spritz alcohol on the tops of the soaps to remove any air bubbles. Set the soaps aside to solidify.

Easy melt and pour soap recipe with solid sugar scrub hearts. Save time in the shower and gently cleanse and exfoliate skin in one simple step with this easy melt and pour soap recipe for beginners. A lovely handmade gift idea for birthdays, anniversaries or holidays, this homemade soap recipe provides all the benefits of a traditional sugar scrub but without the oily residue. Learn how to make melt and pour soap now at Soap Deli News. Creative melt and pour soap making ideas for your next DIY.

Step #14:

Once the soaps have cooled and fully hardened, unmold them. Then wrap them tightly in foodservice film until ready for use.

To use your easy melt and pour soaps, simply massage onto to damp skin in the shower or bath as you’d normally bathe – scrub side up.

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If you like my easy melt and pour soap recipe, then you’ll also love this easy perfume tutorial with free printables to give as gifts to friends, family and loved ones. Or explore all of my DIY Valentine’s Day gift ideas here.

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