Rosemary soap smells fantastic and has a little bit of an exfoliating factor too. That makes it a gorgeous addition to your shower or beauty routine.
Have you always wanted to make homemade soap, but never quite got around to doing it or figuring out how to make it? Well, today’s your lucky day because I have a foolproof, easy DIY for Homemade Rosemary Soap.
My teen is slightly obsessed with all things Pinterest. So, when it comes to crafts, and the like, she’s always hunting things down on Pinterest. To be clear, she’s obsessed with a lot of social media channels, not just Pinterest. But Pinterest has the best crafts and recipes and DIY ideas. So, this idea of making soap has really appealed to her for years now.
Yes, that’s right, my teenager is crazy crafty and always has been. Way, way, back in the days when she was a little bean I had to enrol her in Preschool because of the crafts. I couldn’t keep up with her crafting. It was nuts. I didn’t have any intention of having my entire day consumed by crafting since I also had a new baby at the time too.
She has been asking to get supplies to make homemade soap for awhile now. I put it off for a bit. But recently we decided it was simply time to get this done. So, I figured this one was worth sharing with my readers too.
Easy peasy and so pretty too.
Homemade Rosemary Soap
You can get the soap making supplies like the soap base and soap molds at a craft store. Or grab them on line from Amazon. There are several soap making holds here. Check these soap molds out.
Soap Making Supplies:
- ¾ lb melt and pour soap base (white)
- 1 tbsp dried Rosemary
- Small glass bowl
- Spoon or wooden popsicle stick
- Rectangular soap molds (3)
Instructions to Make this one Yourself:
Step 1. Put soap base in glass bowl and microwave for 30 seconds. Stir very well. If not completely melted, repeat at 10 second intervals.
Step 2. Stir Rosemary into the bowl.
Step 3.Spoon mixture into the soap molds.
Step 4.Let set for about 30-60 minutes and remove from mold.
Making soap is a pretty easy activity to do and doesn’t require too many ingredients either. So why not get started now!
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