How to make citrus soap

There are a lot of us that like soaps that have a citrus fragrance. These are the ones that make us feel fresh and energized to take on the challenging day ahead. You can make a citrus soap by simply using the melt and pour method and using citrus fragrance in the soap. However, if you would like you do something more advanced then you will need to get clear melt and pour, white melt and pour, non-bleeding liquids, Micas depending on the colors that you like, citrus fragrances, droppers, silicone brownie tray and a Pyrex container. The fragrances that you can choose from include Yuzu, Energy, Tangerine EO, and Creamsickle. You will also need biscuit cutters, spoons, rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle, saran wrap and a paring knife.

Firstly you will need to melt about 16 ounces of soap in the microwave. Once it is completely melted, you can add the fragrance and the color based on your preference. Clean the silicon mold with a paper dipped in alcohol to make sure that the mold is completely clean and hygienic. Pour the soap in the mold and allow it to harden completely. Remove the soap from the mold once it is done. Choose two biscuit cutters - one large and the other small. Push down with the larger cutter and make circles out of the entire soap that you have removed from the tray. In each square use the smaller biscuit cutter to form rings. Now you have smaller circles and also the rings. This is something that will help you make a center for the citrus soap that you are trying to make.



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