July 13, 2016
Scrub a dub dub, this soap is too good to share with three men in the tub! Wisk away dull, dry skin. This delightful soap smells like fresh lemons, and when the powdered loofah is mixed in, it will make the soap extra-exfoliating. Loofah, a plant that grows much like the cucumber, can be dried, shredded and added to soap. To make the powder, loofah can be cut up into tiny pieces using a pair of sharp scissors, or you can purchase it in powder form.
One 4 oz. bar unscented glycerin soap
1 teaspoon powdered loofah
15 drops lemon oil
1 drop red food coloring
1. In a small saucepan over low heat, melt your bar of glycerin soap until liquefied.
2. Remove from heat and stir in powdered loofah, lemon oil and food coloring.
3. Pour soap into a mold and let set for three hours or until hardened.