Soap making has become quite a hobby of mine. I enjoying mixing different scent and color combinations, and I also like adding in fun things, like dried rose petals. They really make this coconut rose petal soap look beautiful! I added some rose fragrance oil to give it that lovely scent too! *This post contains affiliate links.
This coconut rose petal soap is super easy to maker, even for a beginner. Trust me, I was a beginner just two months ago! The trick is to use a melt and pour soap base, because it's simple to use and you won't have to work with lye. One day, I may try the cold process soap making, but for now, I'll just stick to what is easy!
coconut rose petal soap
This recipe makes 5 bars of?coconut rose petal soap if you use the same mold. I would recommend it, so that you get the same look of the rose petals on top. If you use some of the other soap molds that I have featured in any of my soap recipes, the rose petals will just float to the top, which is actually the bottom, in some of those molds.
- 1 pound melt & pour goat milk soap base
- dried rose petals (crumbled)
- 10 drops rose fragrance oil
- 10 drops coconut fragrance oil
- Silicone soap mold?
- Rubbing alcohol in spray bottle
- Large Pyrex measuring cup
- Wooden stir stick
- Cut the soap into 1 inch cubes. Melt the soap in the microwave for 30 seconds. Stir. If it is not completely melted, put it back on for 10 second increments, until fully melted; stirring each time.
- Add the rose fragrance
- Add the coconut fragrance
- Mix well
- Add some of the dried rose petals
- Poor into the silicone mold.
- Stir a bit to evenly distribute the rose petals.
- Top with more dried rose petals.
- Spray lightly with rubbing alcohol to reduce bubbles.
- Let set for about 2-3 hours.
- Remove from mold. Using the wavy scraper, cut the soap into 2 inch bars.
See how simple that was?!I think youll also like these other soap recipes: