Egg Soap Making with Calendula Infused Oil – Soap Challenge Club

Egg Soap Making with Calendula Infused Oil – Soap Challenge Club

Egg Soap Making with Calendula Infused Oil. This was my entry for the April Soap Challenge Club – to create a rustic soap with packaging. Lather test at 04:45. Be sure to watch in HD. 🙂

If you’d like to read more information about this soap, the process, and why I chose my ingredients, you can read my detailed blog post that I wrote for the soap challenge –

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If you use those links to buy anything, it won’t cost you anything extra, but I will receive a very small percentage of the sale. Every little bit helps, though, so thank you very much if you do! 🙂

Why use eggs in cold process soap? Here are some great posts:
– LovinSoap.com Guest Post: How to Make Egg Soap by Tricia Mascotti
– Egg Soap by Anne L. Watson
– Soap Deli News Homemade Egg Soap Recipe
– Soap Making Resource – Shampoo Bar Recipe using Eggs

Link to my oil infusion video –

Remember to always wear safety glasses and gloves when making soap. I also recommend long sleeves and closed toe shoes. If you’ve never made cold process soap before, Soap Queen TV has an excellent YouTube video series for beginner soap makers, starting with this one on lye safety and ingredients:

**** Video Timeline ****
00:17 – making the calendula tea & straining the infused oil
00:33 – adding the sodium hydroxide to the cold calendula tea
00:49 – gathering the eggs
00:57 – separating the eggs, mixing the egg yolks with oil from the recipe
01:09 – adding the lye to the oils, blending, & then adding the egg/oil mixture
01:44 – adding the essential oils
01:54 – dividing the soap, adding rhassoul clay to one half
02:21 – pouring the soap into the mold
03:00 – cutting the soap
04:00 – wrapping the soap
04:29 – final photos
04:45 – testing the lather

**** RECIPE **** (More details in my blog post at

Calendula Infused Olive Oil – 29%
Coconut Oil – 28%
Lard – 23%
Castor Oil – 10%
Sesame Oil – 7%
Shea Butter – 3%

Eggs – 1 egg per pound of oil in recipe – I used 2 room temperature egg yolks

Rhassoul clay – 1 teaspoon per pound of oil – dispersed in a little distilled water

Water – Calendula tea made with distilled water (33% Lye Solution)

Superfat – 5%

Essential Oil Blend – Lavender, Bergamot, & Rosemary (equal parts Lavender & Bergamot with just a hint of Rosemary)

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Waring 7” Quik Stik Immersion Blender from Amazon.com – (my favorite blender ever)
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Soap cutter – Buds Woodshop (Bud Haffner) on Etsy –
Tiny hole punch –
My favorite silicone spoons for soap making –
Soap Stamp –
Batter Bowls –
Main soap mixing bowl – 6 quart –
Stainless Steel pot with handle – (8 cup) (12 cup)
Glass Beakers –
Double mesh strainer –

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Canon 7d (discontinued but refurbished available on Amazon)
Canon Lens for Video – Canon EF-S 18-55 STM –
Wireless Remote for Canon Cameras –
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