Pink Clay & Primrose Rebatch
Recipe type: Rebatch Soap
Serves: About 12 bars of soap
  • 2 lbs. Luxury Rebatch
  • 4-6 oz. Rose Water
  • 1 Tbs. Pink Brazilian Clay
  • 1 tbs. Primrose Extract
  • Rose Petals
  • .8 oz. Ylang Ylang III Essential Oil
  • 6 Bar Oval Silicone Mold (2 molds)
  1. Disperse 1 tbs. Pink Brazilian Clay with 1 tbs. rose water. Use a mini mixer to get clumps worked out smoothly. The clays tend to sink to the bottom of the container, so be sure to give them one final mix right before you add them into the soap.
  2. In a crock pot or double boiler, heat the rebatch and 4 ounces of rose water over medium heat until it reaches the consistency of mashed potatoes, stirring frequently to ensure the soap heats evenly. Add additional small amounts of rose water if needed.
  3. Add all of the pink Brazilian clay mixture into the soap, and use a spatula to stir in and fully incorporate.
  4. Add the Evening Primrose Extract and Ylang Ylang III Essential Oil , and use a spatula to fully incorporate.
  5. Once all additives are fully incorporated, use a spatula to scoop the soap into the mold cavities. Using your hands or the spatula, press the soap into the mold to eliminate bubbles and air pockets.
  6. Sprinkle rose petals on the top of the soap, and use your fingers to gently press them into the rebatch to ensure they adhere.
  7. Once all the cavities are filled with soap and topped with rose petals, allow the soap to stay in the mold for 5-7 days. Once it is firm enough to remove, allow the soap to cure for several more days. This allows the moisture to evaporate, creating a harder and longer lasting bar
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