Strawberry Milkshake Whipped Soap Recipe

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Guys- this recipe is one of my FAVORITES!

 

It’s light and creamy and smells INCREDIBLE. It also looks good enough to eat- which you should not. Whipped soaps are one of my favorite products to make. They’re super easy to blend, have the creamiest texture and melt into the skin when used.

 

People LOVE them.

 

So for Valentine’s Day, why not make a batch to give to your favorites?

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For this recipe you’ll need:

 

1 Cup Foaming Bath Butter

2 TBS Coconut Oil

1 TBS Avocado Oil

1 TBS Strawberry Milkshake Fragrance Oil

Red Soap Color

Glass Jar

 

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In a large bowl, combine the bath butter, coconut oil and avocado oil. Coconut oil is wonderfully moisturizing for the skin and avocado oil is extra nourishing- especially in the winter months when we all battle dryness. This combination will leave your skin feeling soft and hydrated.

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Using an electric mixer (either hand held or stand) whip the ingredients together. I start on a low setting to combine the ingredients and then switch to a high speed, whipping the mixture until it’s light and fluffy.

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Add in the fragrance oil and continue to whip. The foaming bath butter has a strong soapy scent to it, so I tend to use more fragrance with these recipes to cover the soap smell, but feel free to adjust the fragrance to suite your preference.

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Using red soap color (you can use mica powders or liquid soap colors), blend a small amount into the mixture to create a bright pink color. Start with a small amount, blend and add more until you’ve reached your desired color intensity.

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Scoop the finished mixture into lidded jars for storage (this jar has a lid, it’s just not pictured).

 

To use: Massage over damp skin and rinse with water. Follow with a good moisturizer to be extra soft during the cold winter months!

 

ENJOY!

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Recipe: Strawberry Milkshake Whipped Soap

Strawberry Milkshake Whipped Soap Recipe

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27 thoughts on “Strawberry Milkshake Whipped Soap Recipe

    1. Can I freeze this to make it more of a solid bar type of should I just use a traditional aoap base that isn’t foaming? Thanks!

  1. I’m new at this. I think , I just finished making it but I put to much scent and ruined it because I could still smell that soapy smell . Does that soapy smell go away ? Can I do anything with it?

    1. Hi Terri! You may get a semi-soapy scent, but this should be quickly overpowered by the scent of the oils. You can try adding a few extra drops of the fragrance oil until you archive the desired scent.

      Happy Creating!

  2. I would like to ask how your flavor and fragrance oils are extracted. It never says how in the description. Are they artificial?

  3. Out of curiosity, how much is this recipe supposed to render? This is my first time making this, and it doesn’t seem like the finished product has a lot of soap in the end. Did I do something wrong? Also, am I meant to melt the soap base prior to mixing it or not? Recipe didn’t say.

    1. The foaming bath butter contains preservative, which allows the recipe to be best used within 3 to 4 months; however, if you add a preservative such as the Liquid Germal Plus, it can possibly extend the shelf life by 1 year.

  4. Your recipe calls for 1 Cup Foaming Bath Butter, is that 1 cup by volume or weight? Did you weight the cup on a scale which would come out as 16 oz or did you have a measuring cup and fill the measuring cup to 1 cup? Most soapers weight their oils and butters. I would like to make a larger batch so I need to know how you got the one cup.
    Thank you

  5. I made this today. Turned out great! Also I put a few Flax seed in mine to look like the strawberry seeds. Thank you for wonderful tutorial.

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