DIY Men's Antibacterial Sports Soap Bar | Melt & Pour Soap Recipe

DIY Men's Antibacterial Sports Soap Bar | Melt & Pour Soap Recipe

Recipe below… This soap bar is great for the men. It’s antibacterial and invigorating. With natural ingredients like lemon, eucalyptus, and peppermint, it will keep you, or the man in your life, feeling fresh. It’s perfect for anyone who plays sports. The Tea Tree oil in this soap bar will kill any bacterial created by sweat. You will feel fresh and clean all day. Guaranteed!

LoveYourSkin {BeautyDIY}
22 hours ago
Hello Everyone, here is a loaf recipe for this soap.
32 oz Melt and Pour Soap base
½ tsp Eucalyptus essential oil
1 tsp Lemon essential oil
¼ tsp Peppermint essential oil
¼ tsp Tea Tree essential oil
½ tsp Lavender essential oil
3 Tbsp Rice Bran oil
2lb Soap Mold

Melt soap down to a liquid at 30 second bursts.
Add the essential oils to the melted soap base.
Separate the melted soap base into two bowls.
Add colorant of your choice to one of the bowls, mix well.
Begin by pouring in the uncolored soap base into the mold, let cool for a few minutes.
Then pour the colored soap base and swirl.
Spray top of soap base with alcohol to remove any air bubbles.
Let cool until solid (1-2 hours)

I purchase my melt and pour soap base from Bulk Apothecary.

As always, I hope you enjoy this tutorial.

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