This cucumber melon soap recipe will have your senses ready and on point! This fragrance just screams summer!
If you’re looking for a cucumber soap recipe that you’re going to love, this is the one you’ve been waiting for. You just can’t beat the cucumber melon fragrance!
And if you love this recipe, check out this Island Coconut Rose Soap Recipe as well!
Theren’t aren’t many fragrance oils out there that smell as good as this homemade soap. It’s light, airy and fun!
Cucumber Melon Soap
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While you may think you don’t need any more bars of soap, this simple recipe is one that you’ll want to add to your homemade soap rotation.
Benefits of Cucumber:
- Cucumbers are high in nutrients full of great vitamins and benefits
- They can easily be added to your diet to help get your daily intake of vegetables
- Cucumbers are versatile in the fact that they can be eaten raw or with a fun dip
What is the benefit of making homemade soap?
Making homemade soap is an incredibly satisfying and enjoyable experience, as it allows people to create a personalized product from scratch.
Not only does it offer quality time spent with family and friends to make them together, but it also eliminates the need for store-bought soap, which is often filled with unnatural ingredients; instead, homemade soap gives users the ability to select only natural ingredients that are healthier for their body.
Additionally, making your soap can provide budget-friendly alternatives since ingredients such as oil and herbs can come at a fraction of what retail soaps can cost.
Ultimately, homemade soaps bring joy to the cleaning process by allowing individuals to control what they’re putting on their skin.
Is homemade soap better for your skin?
While many prefer store-bought soaps, homemade soap offers numerous benefits for your skin.
Homemade soaps are made with natural materials and can be customized to meet your specific needs.
They are also often more gentle than store-bought soaps, which contain synthetic ingredients that can irritate the skin.
Furthermore, since they don’t contain harsh chemicals and dyes, homemade soaps are better for the environment.
If you want to ensure maximum protection for your skin while still being environmentally responsible, then sticking to homemade soaps is a great choice!
How do you store homemade soap?
Homemade soap is a fun and easy project that many crafty people enjoy. After you have taken time to produce your homemade soaps, however, you need to make sure that you store them properly.
The best way to store homemade soap is in a covered container on a shelf or other area with good air circulation.
Homemade soap should not be exposed to long periods of moisture or extreme temperatures as any of these factors can accelerate the natural breakdown process and cause the deterioration of the product.
Storing the soaps with mild essential oil scents such as lavender or rosemary helps keep bugs away and makes a nice scent when using your soaps.
Plus, it adds a nice decorative touch if you choose containers that match your bathroom décor!
Do homemade soaps make good gifts?
Homemade soaps make lovely gifts for loved ones or friends. Not only are they special and unique, but these soaps also provide an opportunity for thoughtful customization.
For example, you can choose ingredients and scents the receiver will love and tailor the gift to them.
Furthermore, homemade soaps can have many soothing qualities, such as therapeutic essential oils, which give a sense of relaxation and well-being.
Homemade soaps make meaningful gifts with their one-of-a-kind designs, thoughtful personalization, and potential health benefits – perfect for showing someone special how much you care.
More Homemade Soap Recipes:
Invigorating Lemon Soap Recipe
Island Coconut Rose Soap Recipe
Essential Oil Soap Recipe for Men
How to make this Cucumber Melon Soap
Cucumber Melon Soap Recipe
Yield: Makes 6 oval bars if using the suggested mold.Prep Time: 5 minutes Active Time: 10 minutes Additional Time: 1 hour Total Time: 1 hour 15 minutes Difficulty: EasyEstimated Cost: $20-$30Print
- 1 pound melt & pour goat milk soap base
- 10 drops cucumber melon fragrance oil
- 2 drops kiwi soap coloring
- Rubbing alcohol
- Melt the soap in the microwave for 30 seconds. Stir. If it is not completely melted, put it back on for 10 second increments, until fully melted.
- Add the fragrance oil and soap coloring. Mix well.
- Pour into the silicone mold and let set for about an hour.
Did you make this?
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© Kelli MillerProject Type:Homemade Soap
Does this soap actually use any real cucumber juice or cucumber yogurt?
No, it’s actually just a scent of cucumber but no real cucumber involved. Although, I can assure you that you’ll be amazed at how real and true the cucumber scent is!
Thursday 18th of February 2021
Awesome and so easy. Thank you for sharing.
Monday 13th of January 2020
what is the alcohol use for ?
Tuesday 14th of January 2020
It helps to #1 get rid of bubbles and #2 make layers stick together. :-) When making soap, you should always have a small spray bottle of rubbing alcohol. :-)
Tuesday 16th of July 2019
Thank you for sharing at Best of the Weekend!
Liberty @ B4andAfters.com
Tuesday 29th of December 2020
This smells wonderful. Great for gift giving.
Sunday 14th of July 2019
These soap bars look perfect! And I bet they smell heavenly! Thanks for sharing at Tuesday Turn About! So blessed to have you!
April J Harris
Thursday 11th of July 2019
I can just imagine how good this soap smells! Pinning and sharing. Thank you so much for bringing this post to the Hearth and Soul Link Party.