November 25, 2008
I suppose this soap could be an any time of year soap, but I loved the harvest moon tinge (not obvious in the photo) and the invigorating woodsy scent. The perfect bar to celebrate fall.
Read 4 Steps to Making Homemade Soap for basic soap directions.
*I made an oil infusion of calendula, yarrow, echinacea, comfrey and plantain earlier in the summer for making salve. I had lots of oil left and used it in this recipe. It gives the soap its subtle green tinge. You can substitute regular olive oil.
Essential Oils & Technique
At trace add essential oil and mix well. Pour into mold. Cool, cut and cure.
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