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DIY Rose Water Soap For The Home

She is the queen of flowers, stands for beauty and grace. It is also one of the oldest plants in the world. Fossils prove that it existed long before humans. No other flower is mentioned more often in the literature. The talk is – how could it be otherwise – of the lovely DIY rose water soap.

A well-known saying, which is based on a misbelief. From a botanical point of view, the rose has no thorns at all, but thorns. Be that as it may, the thorns do not detract from the charm of the rose – on the contrary. Because the rose also stands for a certain polarity. The scent of the rose is also mostly polarizing. Either you love it or you don’t like it at all. At least that’s the experience. The rose is often associated with an opulent and heavy fragrance. But there is also the fresh version. It is precisely this delicate and unobtrusive rose scent that is made of rose water soap. And how you can do it yourself, we will show you in a short DIY.

DIY Rose Water Soap

Basically, you only need two ingredients DIY rose water soap: raw soap and rose water or rose hydrolate. However, we used a few other ingredients for the rose water soaps, which are definitely impressive. For 4 – 6 pieces you need the following:

  • 250g raw soap
  • 3 tbsp rose water
  • 2 tbsp clay
  • 1 tbsp wild rose oil
  • Soap color
  • dried rose petals (optional)

We use a white raw glycerine soap without sodium lauryl as the basis. This is cut into small pieces and heated in a water bath until it is liquid. Now you can stir in the clay. You can use red or pink clay for a natural color. We used white clay and added 6 drops of red soap dye. Next, simply stir in the rose water and the rose oil and mix everything well.

The Shape

Before the mass cools down again, put it in small molds. Silicone molds are particularly suitable for this, as you can easily remove the soap later. For example, you can use cube molds that you already have at home. Of course, there are also variants for soap, if you are looking for a special shape.

You can optionally add a few dried rose petals. Now let the soap cool down for at least 1-2 hours. It’s a little faster if you put the soap in the fridge. Cutting: Once the soap has cooled down, simply remove the finished pieces from the mold and cut them to the desired size with a knife, if necessary.