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Island Coconut Rose Soap Recipe

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Wouldn’t you love to get away to a private island where you could enjoy the sounds and smells? 

Maybe you can’t escape reality to your own private island, but how about using this Island Rose Soap Recipe. 

At least you’ll be able to enjoy the smells as if you are surrounded by flowers blooming by the water while you’re sipping on a pina colada.  

Doesn’t that sound like heaven?  We could all use a tropical drink in our life, just make sure it has a little umbrella.  

I think we could all use a little island get-away.  Even it’s just pretending, I’m happy to go to my island to escape a bit of the day-to-day craziness of life with kids.  

coconut rose soap homemade using essential oils

This Coconut Rose Soap is so unique because it uses actual rose petals.  The mixture of rose and coconut will have your mind drifting away to a tropical place that will relieve stress.  So go ahead, make up a batch and enjoy a little stress relief.  

We used the melt and pour soap technique for this.  It is actually good for all skin types!

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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:

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Island Rose Soap Recipe using melt and pour method

Island Rose Soap Recipe

Yield: 5 Bars

This Island Coconut Rose Soap Recipe uses a melt pour base, essential oils, and rose petals to create silky smooth skin that smells like Paradise!



  • Silicone soap mold
  • Rubbing alcohol in spray bottle
  • Large Pyrex measuring cup
  • Wooden stir stick


  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 rose & coconut fragrance
  3. Add the Skin Care blend
  4. Mix well
  5. Add some of the dried rose petals
  6. Poor into the silicone mold.
  7. Stir a bit to evenly distribute the rose petals.
  8. Top with more dried rose petals.
  9. Spray lightly with rubbing alcohol to reduce bubbles.
  10. Let set for about 2-3 hours.
  11. Remove from mold. Using the wavy scraper, cut the soap into 2 inch bars. 

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Island Rose Soap Recipe using melt and pour method

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