Lemongrass Mint Homemade Soap Recipe

This cold procedure homemade soap recipe is standard enough for the novice soapmaker and yields roughly 10-- 12 standard homemade soap bars ideal for summertime. The fresh scent mix of lemongrass, lemon verbena and spearmint produces an additional rejuvenating and eye opening early morning shower!

Lemongrass & Mint Homemade Soap Recipe

Lemongrass Mint Homemade Soap Recipe


  • 13.5 oz. pomace olive oil
  • 6.6 oz. palm oil
  • 13 oz. 76 ° melt point coconut oil
  • 2 oz. rice bran oil
  • 1.5 oz. refined shea butter
  • 5.1 oz. lye/sodium hydroxide
  • 12 oz. pure water
  • 2 oz. Lemongrass Mint scent oil
  • 1/8 -1/ 4 teaspoon yellow iron oxide to fit
  • pinch to 1/4 teaspoon chromium green iron oxide to match


Begin by weighing out the lye and water. Gradually put the lye into the water and blend well up until liquefied. Reserve to cool.

Now weigh out the soapmaking oils and incorporate in a huge non-aluminum pot. Heat on the stovetop over medium heat till all the oils and shea butter have actually melted.

As soon as the soap is about the consistency of custard, put half to 2/3 of the soap into your ready mold. Now include the chromium green iron oxide to the continuing to be soap in the pot. Mix well up until completely included then put the staying soap onto the very first layer you formerly put.

After the insulation duration has actually passed, unmold the soap loaf and cut into bars. Enable to treat 3-6 weeks prior to usage.