Pink Ribbon Soaps Recipe

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October is breast cancer awareness month!

So in an effort to contribute to the cause, here’s a simple soap mold recipe that can easily be used for your next fund raiser, gathering, or group function.

Did you know? According to the Susan G. Komen website:

Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide and the second-most common cancer overall. In 2014, an estimated 232,030 cases of invasive breast cancer were diagnosed in the U.S. alone.

We should all do our part in fighting to find a cure for this disease. The month of October is dedicated to raising awareness and funds to do just that. Whether you’re participating in a walk, going to a charity event, or hosting a fundraiser, these easy pink ribbon soaps would be a great addition to your efforts!

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You’ll need:

2 lbs. Melt and Pour Soap Base, cubed

Fragrance Oil or Essential Oil (I used Tahiti Sweetie– it smells fruity and fresh!)

Soap Color (Optional)

Ribbons Tray Soap Mold

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Start by melting the cubed soap base in the microwave using short intervals and stirring in between until all cubed have dissolved into a smooth mixture. If you’re adding color to your soap you can do so two ways: by using pieces of a soap color block that melts along with the soap, or by using mica powders that you will stir in after the soap has melted. Both ways are great! I went for a bright pink color for my ribbon soaps.

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Add in the fragrance and stir well to blend. You can add a small amount for a subtle hint of fragrance, or use a heavier dose for a stronger scent. I used 1 tablespoon for this recipe which yielded a soft scent.

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Carefully pour the finished soap mixture into the mold and allow to cool.

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Once completely hardened, flip the mold over and gently press along each ribbon to release the soap. If the block doesn’t easily release, place the mold in the freezer for a few minutes and try again. This will make unmolding the soap easier.

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This mold is wonderful because it’s so easy to cut each individual soap after you’ve unmolded the block. Using a straight soap cutter, carefully slice the soap along each line to cut individual pieces. After slicing, I cleaned up the edges with a butter knife to make each smooth and slightly rounded.

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Package each soap in a clear plastic bag and tie with ribbon for the perfect fundraiser item or event favor!

They’re sure to be a hit! 🙂

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