DIY Beauty: Summer Soapsicles

Check out these perfect for summer, fun, little, popsicle-shaped soaps!

What You’ll Need:

BPA-Free Popsicle Molds

Wooden Popsicle Sticks

Double Boiler

Measuring Spoons

Liquid Measuring Cup (heat-safe, preferably glass)

Spatula (heat-safe)

Mixing Spoon

Ingredients:

8 oz. Glycerin Soap (clear, or assorted colors)

1/4 tsp. each natural Essential Oils in Orange + Lime /  Fragrance Oils in Cherry + Grape 

Natural, plant-based food coloring 

Tips:

Always use the highest quality of fresh, organic ingredients when possible. Most materials + ingredients can be purchased at Mountain Rose HerbsStarwest Botanicals, or Amazon.

I believe that only the Norpro brand of popsicle sticks fit into the Norpro Molds.

For helpful Soap making hints, click here.

Instructions:

Divide soap into 4 parts of 2 ounces each.

Melt one part at a time in a double boiler.

Work in small batches adding a fragrance oil + matching natural food coloring for each one.

Stir gently + pour into molds.

Add a popsicle stick

Put popsicle molds in freezer + when frozen, remove from molds.

Store in cellophane bags with a ribbon or a twist tie.

Make sure to mark them clearly so they don’t appear to be candy!

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Unite for HER and author are not responsible for any specific health or allergy needs that may require medical supervision and are not liable for any damages or negative consequences from any treatment, action, application or preparation, to any person reading or following the information in this article. References are provided for informational purposes only and do not constitute endorsement of any websites or other sources. Readers should be aware that the products listed in this article may change.