Recipe: Tropical Berry Whipped Soap

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This recipe makes the prettiest soft pink fluffy soap ever! I’m in love.

It smells pretty fantastic too.

OH- and it took me a matter of minutes to make. Awesome, right?!

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To make this delicious tropical berry blend, you’ll need:

1 cup Foaming Bath Butter

1 Tablespoon Coconut Oil

1 teaspoon Vitamin E Oil

1 Tablespoon Wildberry Fragrance Oil

1 teaspoon Butt Naked Fragrance Oil

Pigment Powder

I added Vitamin E oil to this recipe just because it?s so amazing for the skin (because of ALL of the benefits, I put it in a lot of recipes!). The wildberry fragrance oil is wonderful alone, but the foaming bath butter tends to have a very powerful soap smell that I wanted to cover. The butt naked fragrance oil (funny name, I know) is a sweet, fruity blends that compliments the berry scent beautifully- making the soap smell amazing!

Start by beating the foaming bath butter and coconut oil together on medium high speed with a hand or stationary electric mixer. The bath butter comes in a solid form, so we need to whip it into a light, fluffy texture.

Next, add in all of the oils and continue to beat the mixture to blend all ingredients together.

The pigment powder is going to add a soft, shimmering color to your soap. You can add in as little or as much as you’d like, depending on how dark you want the finished soap to be. I start out by adding just a pinch and mixing it, and continuing to add and mix until I’ve reached the color I want. For this recipe I probably ended up using about 1 teaspoon.

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Add the mica powder and blend until you’re happy with what you see! For me, it was a soft pale pink- perfect for the berry scent that we used.

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Scoop the mixture into a jar or container (you’ll want something with a lid), finish it with a pretty label and you?re done!

So easy, right?!

Now I’m off to the pool to soak up some sun- with SPF of course 🙂

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