In this video I’m going to walk you through making this triangle soap design using natural colorants.
Here’s what you’ll need!
Natural Brazilian Clay Layered Triangle Soap Recipe
- Coconut Oil (76 degree) – 225 grams (25%)
- Cocoa Butter – 135 grams (15%)
- Olive Oil – 360 grams (40%)
- Avocado Oil – 90 grams (10%)
- Apricot Kernel Oil – 90 grams (10%)
- Sodium Hydroxide – 126 grams
- Water – 252 grams
- Lemongrass Essential Oil – 15 grams
- Lime Essential Oil – 10 grams
- Peppermint Essential Oil – 5 grams
Use your favorite slow-moving fragrance or essential oil blend. I simply used a blend of lemongrass, lime and peppemrint essential oils. If you’re looking for a good place to get essential oils, I HIGHLY recommend (affiliate link) Appalachian Valley Natural Products. I love their products and their shipping is super fast!
- Purple Brazilian Clay
- Yellow Brazilian Clay
- Natural Brazilian Clay
- I used two 8″ silicone loaf molds from Wholesale Supplies Plus.
Let’s make soap! If you are new to soapmaking, be sure to download our free guide, How to Make Cold Process Soap! Gear up in your gloves and your safety glasses.
Enjoy the design video!
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