Guess what day it is?! Its Make it Monday! So far on this round of cold process challenges, we’ve seen hundreds of naturally colored soaps (check out this eye candy) and some absolutely phenomenal unique tops! (Psst…Check back later today to see the winners of the most recent #uniquetops challenge!). So are you ready for this week’s challenge?
Mission (if you choose to accept it)
- Create a unique soap that follows the theme for the challenge of the week. This week is all about rebatch.
- Post your pictures of your rebatch soap to Bramble Berry’s Facebook page during the entry period (September 24th -October 8th).
- Your entry must have the hashtag of the week in order to be entered into the contest. This week, your picture must have the hashtag “#Rebatch
- At the end of the two weeks, Team Bramble Berry will pick our favorite soaps. The winners of the challenge will be featured on the Soap Queen Blog. You have until Monday, October 8th to post your #Rebatch photos. Please submit your photos by 12 pm (pacific standard time).
- You can submit up to three different pictures.
Don’t have any rebatch handy? Check out Bramble Berry’s selection of rebatch bases: Shea, Goat Milk, Castile, Basic and Luxury
Soap Queen TV: How to Make Rebatch Soap from Soap Queen on Vimeo.
Missed our challenges? Check these albums for all of our challenges to get some extra-soapy inspiration for your next project:
Make it Monday: #Natural Colorants
Make It Monday: #Soap Sculpting Challenge
Make It Monday: #Swirling Challenge
Make It Monday: #Embedding Challenge
Can i use rebatch soap to make sugar scrub cubes?
Becky with Bramble Berry says
Hi Grace! We’ve never tried to make sugar scrub cubes from the rebatch base before, because heating sugar can cause it to burn in soap. But, if you do try it out, let us know how it turns out. 🙂
-Becky with Bramble Berry
Robyn Thomson says
Grace, I only make sugar scrub cubes with cold process soap (I don`t make M&P at all. Melt the soap shreds, add sugar, and mold.