SENSUAL-ROSE-SOAP

MAKING SENSUAL ROSE SOAP

Indulge Your Senses with Sensual Rose Soap

Imagine stepping into a rose garden, enveloped by the intoxicating fragrance of delicate blooms. Now, imagine capturing that essence in a luxurious, skin-loving soap. Sensual Rose Soap is more than just a cleanser; it’s a sensory experience that awakens the mind and body.

Embrace the Power of Rose

Rose petals are more than just beautiful. They are infused with natural oils and antioxidants known to nourish and soothe the skin. The delicate scent of rose is revered in aromatherapy for its calming and uplifting properties, promoting relaxation and emotional well-being.

Beyond the Fragrance

Sensual Rose Soap elevates the experience with its luxurious ingredients. Rich carrier oils like coconut and olive oil create a creamy lather that gently cleanses without stripping your skin’s natural moisture. Shea butter and cocoa butter add a touch of decadence, leaving your skin feeling soft and pampered.

More Than Just a Bathtime Treat

Sensual Rose Soap is versatile enough for both the shower and the bath. Use it to create a spa-like experience at home, or gift it to someone special for a touch of indulgence. Each bar is a beautiful reminder to slow down, savor the moment, and embrace the sensual pleasures of life.

In this article, we will see how making sensual rose soap:

GENTLE

START TO FINISH TIME:
1 to 2 hours,
24 hours insulation,
4 to 6 weeks to cure 

SCENT: ROSE

In aromatherapy, rose is used to uplift and calm the mind. This recipe will produce a pretty pink soap containing that wonderfully sensual rose scent. It makes a great hard and bubbly bar. Rose essential oil can be very expensive, so don’t be afraid to buy a dilution as low as 3 percent.

SAFETY FIRST! Remember to wear your safety equipment and mix the lye water outside. Tell everyone you live with that where you’re working is off limits. Give yourself enough time to complete the recipe.

EQUIPMENT

  • Kitchen Scale
  • Mesuring Spoons
  • Glass Bowls
  • Large spoon
  • Large stainless steel pot
  • Small zip-topplastic bag
  • Mold
  • Thermometer
  • Parchment Paper
  • Stick Blender (or hand mixer)
  • Whisk
  • Rubber Spatula
  • Blanket

INGREDIENTS

  • 300gr (10 ounces) Olive Oil
  • 300gr (10 ounces) Tallow
  • 270gr (9 ounces) Coconut oil
  • 90gr (3 ounces) Avocado oil
  • 130gr (4.4 ounces) Lye
  • 375gr (12.2 ounces) Water
  • 30gr (1 ounce) Rose Essential Oil (3% dilution)
  • 1 Tablespoon Rose Clay

1. HEAT THE FATS/OILS:

In a large pot, combine the olive oil, tallow, coconut oil and avocado oil. Heat over medium-low heat until they are melted and incorporated. Remove from the heat and allow to cool to 100°F(38C°) to 110°F(45C°).
 

2. MIX THE LYE WATER:

Put on safety gear, including protective eyewear, a mask, gloves, and long sleeves. Outside, carefully add the lye crystals to the water and stir until dissolved. Allow to cool to 100°F(38C°) to 110°F(45C°). If the oils and lye water cool at different rates, you can use a cold- or hot-water bath in the sink.
 

3. PREPARE THE MOLD:

While the oils and lye water cool, line the mold with parchment paper.
 

4. COMBINE AND BRING TO TRACE:

When both the oils and lye water are 100°F(38C°) to 110°F(45C°), carefully pour the lye water into the pot of oils. Use a stick blender (or hand mixer) to mix for 1 to 2 minutes and then let the mixture rest for 4 to 5 minutes. Repeat mixing and resting until light trace.
 

5. MIX IN NATURAL ADDITIVES:

When the soap reaches light to medium trace, add the rose essential oils and blend for 30 seconds.

6. MIX IN COLORANTS:

Transfer 1 cup of soap to a separate bowl. Add the rose clay and whisk until there are no lumps. Return the rose-colored soap to the larger batch and blend until fully incorporated.

7. MOLD THE SOAP:

Pour the soap mixture into the mold, cover with a lid or parchment paper and insulate with a blanket for 24 hours.

8. CUT AND CURE:

Remove the soap from the mold. If it seems too soft to remove, wait another 12 to 24 hours before removing. Cut the soap into 12  bars. Allow the bars to cure in a well-ventilated location for 4 to 6 weeks.
 

TIP: Watch for light trace so that you have time to add the rose clay before the batch gets too thick.

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Kelly Cable

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