Rodelle Homemade Vanilla Bean Loofah Soap

Rodelle Homemade Vanilla Bean Loofah Soap

The perfect homemade idea for upcoming Mother’s Day that’s both easy to make and a beautiful gift! This incredible recipe was adapted from Budget Barbie.

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Time

30 minutes

Difficulty

easy

Yields

6 servings

Ingredients

  • A round can for shaping - Pringles potato chip size
  • Olive oil cooking spray
  • A natural, long loofah
  • Melt-and-pour soap, transparent (and some opaque soap as well for coloring)
  • 1 Rodelle Vanilla Bean, split and scraped
  • Oil for the scent of your choosing (we recommend vanilla)
  • Food coloring
  • A microwave-safe measuring cup
  • 1 wooden spoon

Directions

  • Empty out, then wash and dray Pringles can. Then spray the inside with olive oil cooking spray.
  • Wet and rinse the loofah, then squeeze all excess moisture from it. Slide it into the Pringles can, a snug fit is the best (use 1 1/2 loofah for a whole Pringles can).
  • Cut the soap into cubes and fill the microwave-safe cup with the transparent soap and around 2-3 cubes of opaque soap for coloring. Melt in microwave, starting at 2 minutes, and continue melting at 1 minute intervals until completely smooth. Careful not to bubble or boil. Stir when needed.
  • Once melted, add the scraped Rodelle Vanilla Bean seeds, food coloring, and scent of your choice to the melted soap.
  • Next, pour the soap over the loofah that’s in the Pringles can, fill to the top. Then put in refrigerater to harden (several hours).
  • After hardened, take a serrated knife and cut away the Pringles can. Then patiently slice through the soap and loofah. This may be very difficult because of the hardness, so be careful when cutting.

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