8 EASY
TO MAKE
GLYCERIN SOAP RECIPES




Enthuse Yourself With These 8 Easy-to-make Glycerin Soap Recipes.


Glycerin soap recipes are easy to follow and making these soaps at
home can be fun, and a great pastime too. These recipes have no
chemicals that may harm your skin.



Did You Know?

Glycerin soaps can also be used as shampoos. It will leave your hair
smoother and shinier. Also, a good solution if you are facing any
scalp problems.

Glycerin is hygroscopic in nature, which means, not only does it absorb
moisture from the air but also retains it for a long time. This helps
in keeping the skin hydrated. It is used in various cosmetics and beauty
products. It is a primary ingredient in making all kinds of soaps. Not
just that, glycerin also has anti-aging properties and is suitable for
all skin types. No wonder you came looking for a recipe.

So, here are some easy-to-make glycerin soap recipes.




LEVENDER GLYCERIN SOAP

BEESWAX GLYCERIN SOAP

SHEA BUTTER GLYCERIN SOAP

ROSE GLYCERIN SOAP

SWEET ORANGE GLYCERIN SOAP

LIQUID GLYCERIN SOAP

GOAT MILK GLYCERIN SOAP

MULTI-LAYERED GLYCERIN SOAP



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LAVENDER
GLYCERIN
SOAP




You Will Need:

1 glycerin soap bar

7 to 10 drops of lavender essential oil

Lavender flowers

Distilled or non-chlorinated water

Purple food color

Double boiler

Molds

Rubbing alcohol spray

Petroleum jelly



Directions:

Melt 1cup of glycerin in a double boiler.

Heat a cup of distilled water over a low flame.

Add lavender flowers to the boiling water.

Boil for 2 minutes.

Now, remove them from the water and add to the melted glycerin.

Add lavender essential oil and purple food color.

Stir it on a low flame, till all the ingredients are mixed well.

Apply petroleum jelly to the molds and fill with this mixture and
spray rubbing alcohol on it.

Let it cool for about 3 hours and release the soaps.




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BEESWAX
GLYCERIN
SOAP




You Will Need:

1 tbsp. honey

1 tbsp. beeswax

1 cup glycerin

Yellow food color

Double boiler

Molds

Rubbing alcohol spray

Petroleum jelly



Directions:

Melt glycerin in a double boiler and add beeswax.

Heat on a low flame.

Stir the ingredients slowly, till both are mixed well.

Add honey to this mixture and keep stirring for a minute.

Apply petroleum jelly to the molds.

Now fill the molds with this mixture and spray rubbing alcohol on it.

Let it cool for about 3 hours.

After the mixture has completely cooled, release the soaps from the molds.




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SHEA BUTTER
GLYCERIN
SOAP




You Will Need:

2 - 3 cups glycerin soap base, grated

1 oz. castor oil

2 tbsp. shea butter

7 - 10 drops lavender or sweet orange essential oil

Food color

Microwave or double boiler

Molds

Rubbing alcohol spray

Petroleum jelly



Directions:

Place the soap and beeswax in a medium-sized bowl.

Microwave until it melts completely.

You can also make use of a double boiler
(on low flame) instead of the microwave.

Now pour the melted soap in another bowl.

Add the remaining ingredients to this, one by one.

Mix well.

Now, apply petroleum jelly to the molds.

Pour the mixture in them.

Spray some rubbing alcohol over it.

Leave it overnight for drying.

Release the soap from the soap molds.

Wrap in plastic wraps for storage.




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ROSE
GLYCERIN
SOAP




You Will Need:

1 glycerin soap bar

A few rose petals

5 to 6 drops of red or pink food color

4 to 5 drops of rose essential oil

Double boiler

Molds (preferably rose shaped)

Rubbing alcohol spray

Petroleum jelly



Directions:

Melt 1 glycerin soap bar in a double boiler.

Boil water with the rose petals in a bowl for 10 to 15 minutes.

Later,pick them out and keep them aside on a tissue, to absorb
water from the petals

Add the essential rose oil, food color and the rose petals to
the melted glycerin and stir it continuously.

Apply petroleum jelly to the molds.

Spray rubbing alcohol over each soap mixture.

Let it dry for 2 to 4 hours.

Release the soap from the soap molds.




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SWEET ORANGE
GLYCERIN
SOAP




You Will Need:

1 glycerin soap bar

2 teaspoons orange food color

1 teaspoon sweet orange essential oil

teaspoon dried marigold flowers

teaspoon orange zest, dried

Double boiler or microwave

Molds

Rubbing alcohol spray

Petroleum jelly



Directions:

Melt the soap in a microwave or on a low flame (as above).

Turn the heat off.

Pour the melted soap in another bowl.

Add the remaining ingredients to this, one after the other.

Mix well.

Apply petroleum jelly to the molds.

Pour the mixture in them.

Spray some rubbing alcohol.

Leave it overnight for drying.

Release the soap from the soap molds.

Store by wrapping in plastic wraps.




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LIQUID
GLYCERIN
SOAP




You Will Need:

2 cups of grated soap bar

gallon water (optional)

3 tbsp. of glycerin



Directions:

Melt 2 cups of grated soap bar in a double boiler.

Heat it on a low flame, and keep on stirring it till it melts evenly.

Add gallon water to it.

While adding water, keep on stirring the melted soap.

You can also add 1 gallon water, if you want the liquid soap to be
less thick.

Then, pour the glycerin into this hot mixture and stir, till the
three ingredients mix very well.

Now, store this liquid in a jar and cover it tightly.

With this, your liquid glycerin soap is ready!




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GOAT MILK
GLYCERIN
SOAP




You Will Need

1 glycerin soap bar

A few rose petals

2 tbsp. goat milk powder

5 to 6 drops food color

4 to 5 drops of essential oil

Microwave or double boiler

Molds

Rubbing alcohol spray

Petroleum jelly



Directions:

Melt the glycerin soap bar in a microwave or double boiler.

Add the goat milk.

Heat on a low flame.

Add the food color and essential oil, and mix well.

Apply petroleum jelly to the molds and pour the mixture in them.

Spray some rubbing alcohol.

Allow to cool and release from molds.

Wrap in plastic wraps.



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MULTI-LAYERED
GLYCERIN
SOAP




You Will Need:

2 bars of glycerin soap

10 drops essential oil of your choice

2 drops each of two food colors

Microwave or double boiler

Molds

Rubbing alcohol spray

Petroleum jelly



Directions:

Heat the soap in the microwave on high for 30 seconds.

Remove container.

Swirl the mixture.

Place it back in the microwave and heat for another 30 seconds.

Remove the container and swirl until it melts completely.

Now, add the first food color and essential oil.

Pour half of this mixture into two separate molds
(filling each one just halfway).

Wait for about 20 minutes.

Melt the second bar just like the first one.

Add the essential oil and the other food color to this mixture.

Pour it in the molds.

This forms the second layer of the soap.

Spray some rubbing alcoholSoap Making Tips- To prevent air bubbles
from forming, use rubbing alcohol.

- When making a multi-layered soap, do not let the first layer of
mixture to cool completely. Wait only until it forms a thin layer.
Spray some alcohol before pouring the other layer. This will prevent
the mixing of the layers and help them bond better.

- Try not to move the molds until the soap has completely set. This
might result into wrinkles on the soap. In such a situation, you can
spray rubbing alcohol over the wrinkles.To speed up the setting process,
put the molds in refrigerator.

Do not store the soaps in a place that is too hot or cold.

It is best not to make the soaps when the weather is humid. It will
interfere with the setting process.

Let the soaps dry for at least 3 weeks before you start using them.
This will harden them properly and make them last longer.

These recipes can be used to make wonderful gifts for your friends.
Add a personal touch to your gift, by tying them up with ribbons,
or keep them in decorated boxes. To gift wrap, take 1 or 2 glycerin
soaps, wrap them in a homemade wrapper and stick a label with the
name of the soap and the ingredients it contains. Hopefully, these
soap recipes will have enthused you enough, to make glycerin soaps
at home.



8 Easy-to-make Glycerin Soap Recipes
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