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!
Servings: 5 soap bars
Shrink Wrap Soap Baggies
Measure the dried pine needles into a spice grinder or small food processor, process until it's a fine grind.
Chop soap base into small pieces
Following the recommendations on your choice of melt and pour soap, melt the soap base.
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.
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.