Whip, scent and pot up! After that this easy whipped soap is ready for your own bathroom, or for gift giving. Once whipped, our Foamy Bath Butter has a mousse-like texture, never separates and rinses clean. The result is a whipped, lightly textured cleansing cream soap.
We packaged this whip in our Economy Tubs which make a really economical and versatile container. You can also use our 240ml Double Wall Jars or 200ml Bail Jars which are great for presentation too. Label either on the lid, or use a swing tag using elastic thread to secure around the rim under the lid. Dressed with a Wooden Bath Scoop, they are very appealing.
There is no heating required, Foamy Bath Butter is whipped cold using a regular balloon whisk beater or a stand mixer with the balloon whisk attachment.
What you need to make creamy scoopable soap:
- 500g Foamy Bath Butter
- 20g Silc Oliv
- 10g/ml (2 teaspoons) Sage and Lemongrass Fragrance or Lemongrass Essential Oil (you may wish to increase or decrease the amount to suit your taste)
- 10 - 20g Lagoon Jojoba Beads - sorry no longer available
- Measure out the Foamy Butter Base and place into a medium sized jug or bowl.
- Using an electric balloon whisk or stand mixer, set the mixer on medium and begin beat the bath butter squishing it down.
- Increase the speed to high as the base begins to soften up (if it is mid winter a slight warming in the microwave of 30 seconds will soften it up).
- Add the Silc Oliv and Fragrance or Essential Oil and continue beating to combine.
- Continue beating until it is really whipping the scrub up like egg whites and it is light and fluffy.
- Spoon into Economy Tubs, Bail Jars, Wide Neck Tubs. or 240ml Double Wall Jars.
- Pop on the lids and label.
Variations for use in Foamy Bath Butter:
- Shredded Loofah for body scrubs
- Bamboo Powder for facial application
- Jojoba Beads for face or body application
- Natural Clays if you would like it to be a little drawing and more deeply cleansing
- For a natural yummy buttery colour, try using some Infused Carrot Oil for an apricot coloured scrub
- If using vanilla based scents, don't forget they will discolour the soap from a deep cream to a dark brown, so take this into account when planning your soap and add some Vanilla Colour Stabiliser