Cotton Candy Cold Process Soap

This is a fun technique that gives you a surprise whichever way you cut your soap. Using squirt bottles I create a cross-hatch pattern in tones of pink and teal. Although this technique is easy it does take some time and careful attention to your trace. To make a successful Cotton Candy soap be patient and keep your trace very, very light.

To make this soap you will need:

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10 Comments

  1. says

    What a cool technique! Thanks for sharing this tutorial. The horizontal cut looks really cool. And I’m glad to see that the recipe is palm-free! I’ve been moving away from palm oil lately and am always on the lookout for palm-free soap recipes. :)

  2. says

    Anne-Marie, your hair looks awesome in this video! I’m not sure if I have the patience to wash out the all those bottles but maybe one day I’ll give this technique a try. Thanks for another terrific video!

    ~Evie

    • says

      Hi Evie!

      Thanks for the kind message, I will pass it along to Anne-Marie! I’m so glad you enjoyed this video! If you don’t want to wash as many bottles, you could simplify the technique and use less colors :)

      -Amanda with Bramble Berry

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