Scented Glycerine Soaps

Patti McKenna

Melt the following ingredients together in a saucepan over low heat.

Ingredients:

  • 1 Tbsp. liquid glycerine
  • 5 oz. unscented glycerine soap
  • 4 tsp. liquid soap

Directions:

Remove from heat. Add 1 tsp. your choice fragrant oil (i.e. hydrangea, rose, apple, pear, etc.). Pour into molds until set.

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For a unique scent, mix and match the oils to create your own fragrance. Optional, 2-4 drops of food coloring.

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June 7, 20060 found this helpful

ACTUALLY ALL YOU NEED IS THE GLYCERIN SOAP. MELT IT DOWN AND ADD A FEW DROPS OF FRAGRENCE AND A FEW DROPS OF COLORING MADE FOR SOAP MAKING.POUR INTO MOLD AND LET SIT AT LEAST 30 MINUTES TILL HARD. I HAVE BEEN MAKING THESE SOAPS FOR 5 YEARS NOW AND EVERYONE LOVES THEM. THEY ARE GREAT TO MAKE UP A LITTLE BASKET AS A GIFT. THERE IS A POST WITH MY DIRECTIONS ON THIS SITE FROM LAST YEAR

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June 8, 20060 found this helpful

Where do you find glycerin soap? I was told you can find liquid glycerin in a drug store, but I looked and couldn't find it. I was told to look near peroxide?? Please help. Oh and what kind of liquid soap do you use? Thanks, Tammi

Editor's Note: Glycerin soap is any clear soap. For liquid glycerin, you will probably need to ask the pharmacist and they will help you find it.

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