- 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.
- Remove Goat Milk soap from 2 lb. plastic tray. Weigh 20 oz. of soap and cut up into chunks. Place in large glass measuring cup.
- Place in microwave and heat until all soap has melted. Remove and stir to be sure there are no soap pieces remaining.
- Add 30 drops of Matte Woodland Green Liquid Pigment. Stir until fully blended in.
- Add 3 ml of Rosewater Lemonade Fragrance Oil and stir.
- Pour all of the soap into the loaf mold and let harden.
- Weigh 2.5 oz. of Goat Milk Soap. Place in a clear glass measuring cup. Place in microwave and heat until melted.
- Add 15 drops of Matte Americana Red Liquid Pigment and 0.5 ml of Rosewater Lemonade Fragrance Oil and stir.
- Pour the pink soap into one of the Rectangle Soap Cups and let it harden.
- Weigh 1.5 ounces of the Goat Milk Soap. Place in glass measuring cup and heat until melted.
- Add 5 drops of Matte Woodland Green Liquid Pigment and 0.5 ml of Rosewater Lemonade Fragrance Oil. Stir to blend in.
- Pour green soap into the other Rectangle Soap Cup and let it harden.
- Spritz top of soap in loaf mold with alcohol.
- OPTIONAL STEP: Sprinkle about 1 teaspoon of the Sparkle Dark Gold Mica Powder over the soap. Pat it down with the back of a spoon and spritz with alcohol to set in place. There needs to be some soap showing through the mica so the second layer will stick to the first. If any mica powder is sticking to the sides of the mold, carefully clean up with a wet paper towel.
- Weigh 20 oz. of the Goat Milk Soap. Cut up into chunks and heat in microwave until melted.
- When melted, add 3 ml of Rosewater Lemonade Fragrance Oil and stir to blend in.
- Make sure the soap temperature is at or below 125°F. Spritz the green soap and pencil line generously with rubbing alcohol.
- Pour the melted soap over the green and spritz top of soap with rubbing alcohol. There should be about 1/4" left at the top. Let soap completely harden.
- Unmold both soaps from the Rectangle Soap Cups. Using a vegetable peeler, create soap curls from both bars. Set soap curls aside.
- Pinch one end of each of the green soap curls so that they all look like leaves.
- Melt the remaining 4 ounces of Goat Milk soap. Spritz the top of the soap in the mold with rubbing alcohol. Pour soap over the top.
- Spritz the soap curls well with alcohol. Spritz the entire area, front, back and inside so they will adhere to the soap when placed in the mold.
- Let soap start to slightly set up and then push the soap curls into the top of the soap. It is fine if it pushes the warm soap up and around the curls. This will give a nice look to the top of the loaf.
- Let soap completely harden.
- When ready to unmold, gently pull sides away from the soap. Turn mold over and gently press on the bottom until you see the soap start to release. Carefully ease the soap out of the mold.
- If available, use mitre box to cut soap into slices or hand slice soap. Wrap and label accordingly.