This soap is made of beautiful blue, dried cornflower blooms with rose essential oil-scented with a shea butter soap base. This is an easy, simple, heat and pour, how-to soap tutorial.
Hi Everyone, have you ever tried to make your own custom soap? There are endless combinations that you can make and today we are showing you How to Make Cornflower Rose Shea Butter Soap.
These floral-scented soaps look gorgeous for your own use, guest use or to give as gifts for any occasion.
For this tutorial we will be using bMAKER's dried cornflowers and rose essential oil.
Making your own homemade soap is much easier than you think. All you need is a double boiler to melt the soap, then you add the dried cornflower blooms and rose essential oil. There are endless combinations that you can make when making soap this way.
On the Dried Cornflower bMAKER package, it says:
Cornflower is a member of the daisy family noted for its vibrant azure blue flowers. The plant is called cornflower because it naturally occurs near field crops, namely corn.
If you try this How to Make Cornflower Rose Shea Butter Soap, please let us know in the comments below! Thank you for reading and following along!
2 pounds Shea butter soap base
1-2 tablespoons dried cornflower flowers
5-10 drops rose essential oil
double boiler or a medium saucepan with a metal bowl
wooden spoon for stirring
measuring spoons and cups
silicone soap molds
rimmed sheet pan
1.) Gather the ingredients for this tutorial. Put the silicone mold(s) on a rimmed baking sheet for ease of movement and set aside.
2.) In a medium saucepan (or double boiler), add about 1 inch of water, put a metal bowl to sit on top. Bring the water to a boil, then reduce to a simmer.
3.) While you bring the water to a boil, cut the soap base in squares. Add the squares to the bowl of the double boiler. Melt the soap base squares completely, occasionally stirring with a wooden spoon.
4.) When the soap base is completely melted, add the flowers and rose essential oil. Stir to combine.
5.) Carefully pour the liquid soap mixture into the soap molds. Allow the soap to harden at room temperature or place in the refrigerator to harden at a faster rate. When the soap is completely hardened then remove the soap from the silicone molds. Enjoy!