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Close up photo of bright blue-green coloured peppermint-eucalyptus soap. It's oval shaped and has raised nubs on top.
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Peppermint Eucalyptus Massage Soap

This melt-and-pour soap is an easy project to make. The ingredients in the soap combined with a massage bar mold combine into something nice to use on sore muscles.
Prep Time5 mins
Cooling time1 hr
Total Time1 hr 5 mins
Keyword: DIY Peppermint Eucalyptus Soap, Eucalyptus, Homemade Peppermint Eucalyptus Soap, peppermint, Peppermint Eucalyptus, Peppermint Eucalyptus Bath, Peppermint Eucalyptus Soap
Yield: 5 soap bars
Author: Marie Porter
Cost: $7

Equipment

  • Massage Bar Soap Mold
  • Shrink Wrap Soap Baggies
  • Eye Droppers

Instructions

  • Chop soap base into small pieces
    Close up photo of a sliced brick of clear glycerin soap.
  • Following the recommendations on your choice of melt and pour soap, melt the soap base.
    Close up photo of a measuring glass filled with clear liquid.
  • Gently stir soap colouring into melted soap base.
    Close up photo of a measuring glass filled with clear liquid. There is a swirl of blue dye in the liquid.
  • Use eye droppers to measure essential oils into melted soap base. Stir well - but gently - to combine
    Close up photo of a measuring glass filled with clear blue-green liquid.
  • Pour soap into soap molds
  • Allow soap to fully cool and harden, about 1 hour
  • Carefully remove soaps from mold. Store in an airtight container, and/or seal in shrink wrap baggies to protect soaps while storing.
    Close up photo of bright blue-green coloured peppermint-eucalyptus soap. It's oval shaped and has raised nubs on top.
  • If gifting, consider wrapping with ribbon, as pictured
    Close up photo of bright blue-green coloured peppermint-eucalyptus soap. It's oval shaped and has raised nubs on top.