DIY Calming Vegan Organic Jelly Soaps

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This DIY bath Jelly recipe is like a Lush Dupe. This recipe will show you how to make your own bath jelly or jellies. This recipe is for a bath soap that is the texture of jelly. It is NOT edible.

These handmade Jelly soaps are like washing with Jello, they are wiggly and wobbly and the kids will hopefully love to wash with them. Any incentive to get them in the shower right?

As you are working with gelatin which sets quickly, make sure you have everything set up before you start, including your soap molds.

I have also made this jelly soap in a large container and then cut it up and popped it into a jar with a spoon and the kids just spooned it on. 

The base for this soap is liquid soap, If you are planning on adding your own scents like we have done below (chamomile and lavender)then make sure your base soap is unscented.

If your mix is not setting, then re-heat and add more gelatin.

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DIY Calming Jelly Soap made with organic, vegan and natural products

Ingredients:
1 cup organic body wash or Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap
2 packets of vege gelatin
1 cup boiling water
1/2 teaspoon liquid vegetable glycerin
1 tablespoon clear alcohol like vodka or gin to prevent mold (optional)
5-10 drops organic lavender essential oil
5-10 drops organic chamomile essential oil
Vegan food coloring

Instructions
1. In a medium bowl, add vege gel
2. Add hot water. Stir to dissolve gel.
3. Add glycerin
4. Add body wash
5. Add vodka or gin (optional)
6. Add lavender essential oil
7. Add chamomile essential oil
8. Add vegan food coloring
9. Give everything a good stir until well combined.
10. Pour mixture into mold and refrigerate for at least two hours
11. Store in an air tight container in the fridge until ready to use. If you don’t keep in the fridge, it will
turn mushy!

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