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All my fellow Basic Girls rejoice! These DIY Pumpkin Pie Spice Loofah Soaps are DELISH, fabulous for your skin and pretty easy to make! And, bonus points to me, they make a great gift idea for your fellow pumpkin spice fanatics!
So set aside about an hour, gather up your supplies, and get to making a batch of your own DIY Pumpkin Pie Spice Loofah Soaps! This would also make a fun project for a girls craft night if you’re so inclined!
DIY Pumpkin Pie Spice Loofah Soaps Supplies:
- 1 pound of clear melt and pour soap, cut into cubes (each cube is approximately 1 ounce and each pound has 20 cubes)
- 1 loofah sponge
- 1 tablespoons jojoba oil
- 10-20 drops frankincense essential oil ( I only use Young Living Oils for my Essential Oil Beauty DIY’s I’m happy to help if you want to order some for yourself!)
- 1 tablespoon of pumpkin pie scent
- Brown mica powder
- Copper cosmetic glitter
- Soap mold (I used this one from Amazon, but any with enough room to fill the sponge will work great)
- Spray bottle of rubbing alcohol
DIY Pumpkin Pie Spice Loofah Soaps Instructions:
Step 1: Cut loofah into 1-1.5” wide slices. Set aside.
Steps 2-5: Place 20 cubes of soap into a microwave safe bowl or measuring cup. Add your frankincense essential, oil jojoba oil, and pumpkin pie scent to bowl or measuring cup.
Step 6: Melt soap base in microwave for 30 seconds. Stir and repeat until completely melted.
Step 7: Add 1 tsp. of the brown mica to the soap mixture and mix well. Add a bit more if you want your soap to be darker.
Steps 8-9: Spray mold with a light amount of alcohol. Sprinkle a bit of glitter into each cavity of the mold.
Step 10: Pour just enough of the soap base into each cavity until it covers the bottom. Allow to cool for about 1 minute.
Step 11: Place your loofah pieces into mold. Allow soap to harden for about 2-3 minutes. This ensures the loofah sticks to the mold and won’t float up when you add the remainder of the soap into the mold.
Step 12: Pour soap mixture into soap mold until the loofah is covered. The loofah will soak up a lot of the soap mixture. This may cause some empty spots between the loofah and the mold. If this occurs, pour a bit of soap to even it up.
Step 13: Allow to harden overnight. Remove carefully and store in an airtight container or Ziploc bag until ready to use.
This loofah soap is a fantastic for exfoliating, cleaning and moisturizing your skin! Not to mention, it smells AMAZING! I do so love me a good essential oil beauty diy, and this one has become my new favorite! I’m sure it will become one of yours too!
Paula Pennachio says
I love this, so awesome. Thank you
I can well imagine how great this must smell. Oh my goodness, I love my baths and this would be an ace
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Donna @ Modern on Monticello says
I’m sure this smells wonderful! And yes it would be a great girl’s night out project. Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty
Would love to try something like this. Thanks for sharing at the To Grandma’s House We Go DIY, Crafts, Recipes and More Link Party. I pinned this! Hope to have you join again next week!
That is neat idea! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!
Michele Soyer says
I would love to try and do this for the holidays.. not sure I can but trying is the first step!
Abigail Gibson says
Thank you so much for sharing this awesome idea that I will use to make gifts. I have several people in mind that would enjoy having these.
sheila ressel says
This sounds wonderful! I can’t wait to make some for myself.
Ashley Fox says
Okay this is amazing I am always looking for new things for my dry skin and I love anythign that smells good but also makes your skin soft. I’m trying this asap.