5 Mood Enhancing Homemade Natural Lavender Soaps

Homemade Natural Lavender Soaps

Lavender has been an all-time favorite herb for skin and what better way to indulge in its magic than to bathe in the glory of homemade and handmade lavender soaps? These lavender soaps listed below will provide you ample options to choose from and no matter which one do you pick, you will never face any problems with their preparation, even if you are a beginner. To add to the pleasure, none of the ingredients listed below are anything difficult to find or are too expensive. Hence; these lavender soaps are just perfect for beginners.

5 Mood Enhancing Homemade Natural Lavender Soaps:

Clay Lavender Soap

This tantalizing lavender soap uses purple Brazilian clay for the color and it is because of this color that your bathing experience with this handmade will get intensified. For this soap, combine 4.01 oz. lye with 9 oz. distilled water or lavender tea. To that solution, add a mixture consisting of 8 oz. coconut oil, 3.5 oz. apricot kernel oil, 15 oz. olive oil and 3 oz. meadowfoam oil. Whisk the mixture until the trace forms. Once that happens, stir-in 2-3 tablespoons lavender essential oil and 2 tablespoons dissolved purple clay. Pour the mixture into a soap mold and let it stand for 1-2 days before unmolding.

Clay Lavender Soap

Lavender, Jasmine And Sandalwood Soap

To make this color splashed and nourishing soap, mix lye with water at room temperature. Add 7 oz. olive oil, 0.88 oz. castor oil, 1.76 oz. molten shea butter, 4.4 oz. coconut oil and 3.52 oz. molten lard to the lye mixture. Combine 0.2 oz. each of sandalwood and jasmine essential oil and 0.1 oz. of lavender essential oil to the mixture. Finally, blend-in 1 tablespoon kaolin clay, purple oxide and 2 teaspoons titanium dioxide a little at once. Pour the prepared mixture into a mold and let it rest for 2-3 days.

Lavender, Jasmine and Sandalwood Soap

Lavender Patchouli Soap

To make this mood uplifting soap, mix 1.05 oz. lye with water. To that, add an oil mixture consisting of 4.4 oz. coconut oil, 1.76 oz. castor oil, 6.17 oz. olive oil and 2.64 oz. each of molten lard and shea butter. To the mixture, add 0.705 oz. lavender essential oil, 0.49 dark patchouli essential oil, 0.105 oz. hydacheim essential oil and 0.105 oz. curcuma essential oil. Divide the mixture into two and add 1 teaspoon ultramarine pink oxide and 1 tablespoon kaolin clay to one batch and 1 tablespoon rhassoul clay to another batch. Pour the soup mixture in the mold in batches and swirl with a stick to create a textured effect. Let it set for 1-2 days.

Lavender Patchouli Soap

Lavender Oatmeal Soap

To make this mildly exfoliating soap bar, prepare the lye solution as you would normally do with goat’s milk soap base. To that, add oats, fresh lavender tea and lavender essential oil. Whisk the mixture nicely to get the trace. Then pour it in the soup mold of your choice. Sprinkle some lavender leaves on top. Allow the soap to harden and then slice to use.

Lavender Oatmeal Soap


Lavender And Lemon Soap

This lavender and lemon soap offers a unique blend of aroma to uplift the senses. However; this soap is enriching for the skin too and it is good for getting the much wanted glow on skin too, thanks to lemon’s vitamin c content. For this mix 7.05 oz. olive oil, 3.5 oz. molten lard, 1.76 oz. avocado oil, 4.4 oz. coconut oil and 0.881 oz. castor oil to a lye and water mixture. To that, add 0.35 oz. of 5 fold essential oil, 1 tablespoon titanium dioxide, 2 teaspoons lavender iron oxide, 1 tablespoon kaolin clay and 0.705 oz. lavender essential oil. Whisk the mixture well and then transfer it to a soap mold. Let it harden and take shape for 24 hours before you slice it. Lavender and Lemon Soap