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How To Make Chocolate Soap

By Mary Smith. Updated: January 20, 2017
How To Make Chocolate Soap

Chocolatherapy is a fashionable treatment to beautify your skin. Chocolate has proved to be a revelation in the field of aesthetics thanks to its amazing rejuvenating effects. The antioxidant properties of cocoa help to combat aging and encourage skin elasticity. A great way to take advantage of these benefits is through chocolate soap. If you want to learn to make chocolate soap at home, take note of the following OneHowTo recipe.

You'll need:
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Steps to follow:
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To make chocolate soap at home you'll need the following ingredients:

  • olive oil
  • caustic soda
  • cocoa butter
  • pure cocoa powder
  • water
  • vanilla or coconut essential oil (optional)
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The first step to make chocolate soap is to get a container that is deep enough and add the water in it. Slowly and carefully, start adding the caustic soda and stir the mixture with a wooden spoon or with the help of a whisk. It is important when performing this step to protect yourself with a mask and latex gloves because the soda is an extremely abrasive product that can cause skin burns.

How To Make Chocolate Soap - Step 2
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Next, add the olive oil to the mixture of water and soda and stir all the ingredients again so that they combine perfectly. In a blender or mixer you should process the cocoa butter together with the cocoa powder until you get an even paste. When it's ready add it to the container and stir again.

How To Make Chocolate Soap - Step 3
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Once the dough is well combined, it is time to add a few drops of vanilla or coconut essential oil, whichever one you like best. This step is optional but undoubtedly will give your chocolate soap a much more pleasant aroma. At OneHowTo you can see the recipe for coconut oil and follow the steps to make it for yourself at home. Keep stirring the mixture.

How To Make Chocolate Soap - Step 4
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Now, pour the mixture into a mold where you can let the soap stand. Keep it somewhere free of humidity and with some ventilation. You should let the chocolate soap stand for at least 15 days so it hardens. Then you can remove it and start using it.

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It's that simple! By following these steps you can make your own chocolate soap at home. Would you like to find more recipes for homemade soaps? Then don't miss the following articles:

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