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Adorable Rubber Ducky Soap Recipe

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This Rubber Ducky Soap Recipe is so much fun to make! Using a soap mold makes this melt and pour soap base is a great soap to make bath time so much fun! This is also a great party favor for a rubber ducky themed baby shower.

This homemade soap recipe with an embedded rubber ducky is a simple recipe and an easy way to work quickly to make bath time so much fun! Take a cue from Bert and Ernie and realize that rubber duckies really do make everything better!

You’re going to love this simple soap recipe.

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The fragrance oil that is used in this recipe actually has a banana scent to it and it’s one of the other reasons why I love it as well. Cute and smells great? Yes, please!

Necessary Supplies for this Melt and Pour Soap:

Since this soap recipe does require you to have a few supplies, make certain that you gather them up before starting. This simple soap recipe has a full list of supplies below in the how-to recipe but here are a few that might be easier to order online for delivery.

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Rubber Ducky Soap Recipe

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You’ll find that one of the biggest problems is air bubbles on the top of the soap but spraying rubbing alcohol on the top of the soap can help alleviate that issue!

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Benefits of homemade soap

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What are the benefits of homemade soap?

There are so many great reasons to make your own soap. I love the smell and I love the fact that I know all the ingredients that are used in making it.

Is it cheaper to make your own soap?

In the beginning, when you’re gathering up your supplies, it will probably feel like you’re spending a lot more. But once you start making your own soap and realizing how long it lasts, it will save you money in the long run.

Is it hard to make your own soap?

It’s really not hard at all. In fact, soap-making is a beginner hobby that is really good for all ages. It’s all about following directions and creating something useful for your home.

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Rubber Ducky Soap Recipe

Yield: 6 soaps

Check out this simple soap recipe that you can easily make at home!


  • • 3/4 pound of clear suspension melt and pour soap cut into cubes
  • • 2 teaspoons banana scented oil
  • • Blue mica soap dye
  • • 1 tablespoon blue cosmetic glitter
  • • 2 teaspoons white cosmetic glitter
  • • 1 cup whipped soap base
  • • 2 tablespoons liquid vegetable glycerin
  • • 1 tablespoon cornstarch


  • Oval soap mold
  • Small rubber ducks
  • Spray bottle of rubbing alcohol
  • 1 microwave-safe measuring cup
  • Reusable piping bag
  • Large frosting tip


  1. Start by adding 1/2 pound of the melt and pour soap into a measuring cup. Melt it in the microwave in 30-second increments until melted.
  2. Next, take and mix in the banana scented oil, blue cosmetic glitter, and blue mica.
  3. Don't forget to spray the bottom of the soap mold with rubbing alcohol. This helps to prevent bubbles on the bottom. Once sprayed pour the soap mixture into the mold.
  4. Then spray the top with rubbing alcohol as well.
  5. All to harden for a minimum of 3 hours until firm.
  6. Remove gently.
  7. Add whipped soap base and the glycerin to a bowl and mix for 1 minute.
  8. Fold in the cornstarch mixture and add in the rest of the 1/4 cup melted clear soap to the mixture. Mix together for 1 minute. Add white glitter and beat until peaks form that is stiff. Like a meringue. If you feel that it's not stiff, add in more cornstarch.
  9. Put the frosting into your piping bag. Spray the soaps with rubbing alcohol and pipe on the frosting.
  10. Work quickly as the frosting hardens very quickly. Put on the rubber ducks. So cute!

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