- NOTE: If you are making these products for sale, good manufacturing practices recommend you wear a hairnet, gloves and a mask. We also recommend a clean apron.
- Place mold in freezer for 20 min.
- Melt 3 oz of clear soap and pour into 3 different beaker cups.
- Add a different small amount of color to each cup and stir well. You can add additional color until your desired color has been achieved.
- When each of the colored soaps have reached 130º F, remove mold from the freezer.
- Place mold on a cookie sheet for security. This will allow you to move it without flexing the mold.
- Using one color at a time, drizzle the soap in different patterns. For the soap in the image, I drizzled diagnonally from the top right corner to the bottom left corner.
- Repeat with each color. Try to drizzle additional colors where there is part of the mold exposed.
- When you are done creating the artistic surface, place the mold (keep on the cookie sheet) back in the freezer.
- Cut 4 pounds of goats milk soap into 1" pieces and place in the Pyrex cup. Melt in the microwave at 2 min. intervals. Stop when completely melted.
- In a small cup mix 2 oz of Fragrance and 2 oz of Stablizier. At this point you are blending a fragrance of your own. This stabilized fragrance will not change color due to the amount of vanilla in the original fragrance.
- When the soap reaches 130º F, add the stabilized fragrance.
- When soap reaches 125-128º F, remove the mold from the freezer.
- Spritz the soap in the mold with a fine mist of rubbing alcohol. Make sure all soap has been sprayed as this is what cause the two different types of soap to stick together.
- Slowly pour the melted soap into the mold. As you are pouring, move the pouring container onto different areas of the mold. This prevents the melting of your artistic designs.
- Allow the soap to return to room temperature. This may take 4 hours.
- Remove the soap from the mold and cut. Label according to FDA guidelines.