Who says that amazing scent of coffee just has to be for your morning cup of joe? This DIY Vanilla Coffee Soap will give you that smell all day long!
Let me be the first to admit that I love a good cup of coffee. Maybe it’s because of the way it gets me out of zombie mom mode first thing in the morning after never getting enough sleep…or maybe it’s that taste and smell that I love…but either way, I love to start my mornings with it every single day.
Vanilla Coffee Soap
Over the years, I’ve noticed that I just really, really love the smell of coffee. Y’all know what I mean, right? You’ve probably had that thought once or twice as well…as you’re walking around the mall and you suddenly get a whiff of that Starbucks brewing. It’s like it’s just calling your name.
And while I like the smell of coffee, that doesn’t mean I can just brew a pot of coffee and have it sitting around all day trying to replicate that smell. This is why I’m head over heels crazy about this Vanilla Coffee Soap.
Not only are you cleaning your hands with it, but you’re getting that fresh coffee smell, too!
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Homemade Vanilla Coffee Soap
Get ready to be wowed by the scent of this homemade soap. It’s seriously that good.
Supplies needed to make DIY coffee soap
- ½ pound goats milk glycerin soap, melt and pour base
- 1 ½ tablespoon coffee grounds
- 20 drops vanilla soap fragrance
- Spoon or wooden popsicle stick
- Rectangular soap molds (3)
How to make Vanilla Coffee Soap
Step 1. Start by putting the soap base in measuring cup and microwaving it for 30 seconds. After that tie is up, you’re going to want to stir very well. If it’s not completely melted, repeat at 10-second intervals until fully melted, stirring between every timeframe.
Step 2. Once it’s melted, take and stir in the coffee grounds.
Step 3. Stir well. Next, add in the soap fragrance and make certain that it’s stirred well also.
Step 4. Once it’s all completely mixed together, take and pour the mixture into the soap molds.
Step 5. At this point, you’ll want to lightly spray with rubbing alcohol to prevent bubbles from forming on the soap.
Step 6. For the last step, let set the molds set for about 60 minutes. Once they’ve had time to harden and set up, you can them move forward and remove them from the molds.
Is it hard to make your own homemade soap?
Not at all! It’s actually a really easy process once you get the hang of it. What I like best about making homemade soap is that you know everything that is in it, ingredient wise. There aren’t any harsh chemicals or strong chemical smells that you have to worry about when you’re able to make it yourself.
When it comes to making your own homemade soap, have fun with it! Keep some for yourself and give some to your family and friends! Who knows…you may convince them that homemade soap is the best as well! Get ready to share your Vanilla Coffee Soap recipe with all your family and friends!