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STEP 11 – ROSEMARY SOAPS

Keep your family’s hands clean and germ free with this great DIY hand soap!

DIY ROSEMARY AND LEMON FOAMING HANDSOAP RECIPE

• 3 tbsp. Unscented Castile Soap

• 12 drops ROSEMARY Essential Oil

• 10 drops Lemon Essential Oil

• 2 tsp. Fractionated Coconut Oil

• 1 c. Distilled Water

In a 10 oz. foaming pump bottle, add: soap, essential oils, fractionated coconut oil. Then gently swirl to combine. Add water to bottle and place pump on top. Be careful not to overfill. Shake well to mix. Pump into palm of hands, lather well, then rinse off.

Or consider this homemade bar soap:

DIY ROSEMARY AND LAVENDER BAR SOAP RECIPE

• 1/2 lb. Goat’s Milk Soap Base

• 2 tbsp. Dried Rosemary

• 2 tbsp. Dried Lavender

• 15 drops ROSEMARY Essential Oil

• 15 drops Lavender Essential Oil

• Soap Mold

• Soap Coloring (optional)

• Spritz bottle filled with rubbing alcohol

Chop the rosemary and lavender into fine pieces and sprinkle a small amount into the bottom of the soap mold. Cut the soap base and place in a microwave safe cowl or a small pan for melting. If using the microwave, use 30 second increments until melted. On the stove top use low heat, stirring constantly, until completely melted. Transfer to a liquid measuring cup and allow to cool until no longer hot, just warm. Add Essential Oils and soap coloring if desired. Add remaining lavender and rosemary to bowl. Stir to combine. Spray the bottom of the mold with the rubbing alcohol (this is to help remove any air bubbles that would have gotten trapped in the soap). Gently pour soap mixture into soap molds. Spray the top of the soap with the rubbing alcohol. Allow to harden for at least an hour. Gently pop out of mold and store in an airtight container until ready to use.

QUESTION – WHICH OF THESE ROSEMARY ESSENTIAL OIL SOAPS WOULD YOU LIKE TO TRY?

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