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Make Melt and Pour Soaps

by Lesley Mitchell / Renascent College (follow)
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Forget all the messy chemicals and lengthy waiting time, using milk and pour soap is quick and easy, with perfect results every time.

Made with a Renascent
Poured into a Renascent "3 rose ball" silicone soap mould - Copyright Lesley Mitchell

Time: 5 minutes

White or clear melt and pour soap base (I use renascent)
Pure pigment Soap making dye
Mould - silicone, plastic, even an old muffin tray


Cut your soap into small pieces.

pop them into a heatproof container and melt them using either a stovetop or in a microwave (if using a microwave about 30 seconds will do).

Add some dye, just a few drops and then colour up to the desired shade.

Add some fragrance, just a few drops and then a little more until you get the desired fragrance.

Gently stir together.

Pour into a mould.

Allow to set.

Pop out of mould.

Your soap is created.

Package up in a bag with a pretty ribbon for a lovely gift

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