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To Make My Own Scented Foam Soap
Source:http://www.kadaholding.com  Date:  2008/4/15 10:16:08

To Make My Own Scented Foam Soap

Scented foaming soap is often a big seller at beauty stores, since you can put it out for guests to use, yet only a small amount is needed. Instead of paying for the soap, making your own foam soap takes about five minutes and allows you to experiment with a wide variety of scents. Holiday smells, such as pumpkin pie, cranberry, gingerbread or cinnamon, can be used to make gifts of soap for friends and family. Foam soap is very simple, even kids can make their own, and many kids love to play with the foam as well. What's more, it is a DIY process.
Things you may need
1.  One tea kettle
2. Foam pump with soap dispenser
3. Some scented essential oils
4. Oil-based liquid soap, with no scent
5. Stick to stir
Steps to DIY  foam soap
1. Heat water on the stove until it is hot but not boiling. If your water does end up boiling, just remove it from the heat and let it cool for a couple of minutes for use.
2. Pour the water into the soap dispenser, leaving about one or two inches at the top. If your bottle is narrow, leave more room, if it is a wide bottle, you only need the one inch.
3. Add eight to ten drops of essential oil. Citrus fragrances, like orange, lemon or lime, are nice for soap, as are herbal scents such as rosemary and lavender.
4. Add 2 tablespoons of oil-based liquid soap, also referred to as Castile soap, to the dispenser.
5. Stir the mixture for a few times to mix the soap and essential oils with the water.
6. Attach the foaming pump to the dispenser and enjoy your own scented foam soap.

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