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Orange Zest Lemon Soap Tutorial

By: Gabby from essentiallyeclectic.com
Orange Zest Lemon Soap Tutorial
Orange Zest Lemon Soap Tutorial
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Refresh your skin this summer by trying this Orange Zest Lemon Soap Tutorial. All you need is the zest of one or two oranges, soap colorant, vitamin E, and lemon oil for this homemade soap recipe. There's nothing more natural than having actual orange zest pieces suspended in your homemade hand soap, and it looks amazing as well. You'll love the fruity scent of lemon and orange, and a soap bar like this will feel incredible on your skin after a long day under the hot sun.

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueCandlemaking/Soapmaking

Easy

SeasonSummer

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I'm very picky when it comes to smells, but I love citrus scents. This combination of orange and lemon will definitely make you feel fresh and clean.

These are so awesome! I wonder if this would be kind of similar to how you make jelly soap body wash!

I love hand made soaps and anything with lemon in it always smells so crisp and fresh. I really like the idea of using a clear soap base so you can see the orange zest suspended inside. Top marks too to the tutorial writer for adding information about how to get rid of bubbles.

I love the combination of orange and lemon scents! I'm sure this soap smells great (it looks fabulous). I can't wait to try it!

I LOVE ORANGES. Oh my goodness, this soap is stunningly beautiful. And I love the smell of oranges, so a perfect way to wash up.

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