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Homemade Blueberry Soap Recipe

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This blueberry soap recipe is about to become your new favorite obsession. The smell of this soap will have you ready and anxious to wash your hands!

I can’t stress how much this homemade blueberry soap recipe truly rocks. Not only is it simple to make, but it makes the skin feel great as well. 

If you love this recipe, you’ll really like this Island Coconut Rose Soap Recipe as well.

make blueberry soap at home

This is one melt pour soap recipe that will become a new homemade and DIY favorite. Trust me on this…the scent is truly out of this world! 

Soap with Dried Blueberries:

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You don’t have to be a chemist to make handmade soap! However, you will need a few materials and ingredients for this recipe, including:

Blueberry Soap Benefits:

You can rest easy knowing that you’re cleaning your body with homemade, natural soap.

This cold process soap is a great way to help moisturize your skin without any added harsh chemicals.

You’ll be using natural colorants of the blueberry and juice instead of any added dyes.

blueberry soap recipe

More Homemade Soap Recipes:

Invigorating Peppermint Soap Recipe Using Essential Oils

Island Coconut Rose Soap Recipe

Soothing Homemade Oatmeal and Honey Soap Recipe

blueberries and cream melt and pour soap

How long do you need to have this soap set aside and cool?

It’s always a good idea to give it time to harden. If you try to use it too early, it will not form and you’ll have a crumbled mess. Touch the soap ever so lightly to see if you can tell that it’s cooked before trying to remove it from the mold.

How to make homemade blueberry soap

homemade blueberry soap

Homemade Blueberry Soap Recipe

Yield: Makes 6-7 bars if using the suggested mold.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 10 minutes
Setting Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 15 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $20-$30


  1. Cut the soap into 1 inch cubes. 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; stirring each time.
  2. Add the dried blueberries
  3. Add the blueberry fragrance
  4. Mix well
  5. Poor into the silicone mold.
  6. Stir a bit to evenly distribute the dried blueberries.
  7. Spray lightly with rubbing alcohol to reduce bubbles.
  8. Let set for about 2-3 hours.
  9. Remove from mold. Using the straight scraper, cut the soap into 1.5 inch bars. 

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Lynn Robinson

Thursday 22nd of July 2021

Do you dry or buy the dried blueberries

Kelli Miller

Saturday 24th of July 2021


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