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A green bar of soap, with green flecks of pine needles throughout.
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Homemade Citrus Cedar Soap

This DIY Citrus and Cedar Soap is easy to make, and smells amazing - woodsy, earthy, with a touch of citrus brightness. Easy to make, and makes a fantastic holiday gift!
Prep Time5 mins
Cooling time1 hr
Total Time1 hr 5 mins
Keyword: Cedar bath products, cedar bath set, Cedar soap, cedar spa, Citrus cedar soap, DIY Cedar Soap, DIY Citrus Cedar Soap, Homemade Cedar Soap, Homemade Citrus Cedar Soap
Servings: 5 soap bars
Author: Marie Porter
Cost: $7


Spice Grinder
Eye Droppers
Rectangular Soap Mold
Shrink Wrap Soap Baggies



  • Measure the dried pine needles into a spice grinder or small food processor, process until it's a fine grind.
    A small vessel with finely ground pine needles in it.
  • Chop soap base into small pieces
    A cutting board with a cubes of clear soap piled on it. There is a large knife in the background,
  • Following the recommendations on your choice of melt and pour soap, melt the soap base.
    A glass measuring cup with cubes of clear soap in it.
  • Gently stir pine needles into melted soap base.
  • Use eye droppers to measure essential oil into melted soap base. Stir well - but gently - to combine. If using soap dye, add at this point as well.
    A glass measuring cup with green tinted melted soap in it.
  • Pour soap into soap molds
    A close up photo of a rectagular soap mold, filled with green soap. There are flecks of pine needles throughout.
  • 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.
    A green bar of soap, with green flecks of pine needles throughout.