SUGAR SCRUB SOAP

orange sugar scrub cubes - the perfect gift for gardeners!

Solid sugar scrub cubes are one of our favourite soap projects! To use, simply moisten a cube with a little water in the sink or shower and gently rub onto your skin then rinse. Pick your favourite scent for a great hand scrub to keep in the laundry.
   
YIELD: 4 BARS (24-48 CUBES)
      
INGREDIENTs:
50g (1.75oz) sweet almond oil
20 drops skin-safe fragrance oil or 10 drops skin-safe essential oil (optional)
120g (4oz) white melt & pour soap 
1 drop liquid soap colour (optional)
200g (7oz) white sugar
    
METHOD:
1. Mix sweet almond oil and fragrance oil (or essential oil) together in a bowl.
2. Melt soap in a microwave jug on 50% power. Add colour and mix well.
3. Combine the oil and soap mixtures together.
4. Add the sugar and mix FAST then press into moulds.
5. Soap too firm? Microwave for 15 seconds before pouring into moulds.
6. Remove from moulds once cool and cut each bar into 6-12 cubes (large cubes for body scrub, small cubes for hand/feet scrub). Store in an airtight container away from moisture, sunlight and heat.
  
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