DO NOT EAT THE CINNAMON SOAP
Soap is such a great present to gift to people. But did you know that with just some soap base you can make creative soaps for your whole family?
You can grind some aloe Vera leaves in the blender, mix them up with some liquid soap base and then let them cool down. You can carve them up in squares and voila – You’ve made your own soaps that can benefit your skin too.
You can also melt some soap base and pour it in a container with bubble wrap at the bottom. Then, pour some honey in the mixture and let it dry. Your soap will look like real honeycombs.
If you put a store-bought rectangular soap in the microwave for a few seconds, it will expand and become a huge blob. You can use it in your bathroom and have your guests cut little pieces from it to wash their hands.
Alternatively, you can take a Pringles container and fill it up with roses, then you can pour some liquid soap base on top and once it dries cut it up in smaller soap bars.
For your soap gifts, use a peeler to slice off a layer of a rectangular soap and then roll it in your hands to turn in into little roses that will decorate the present.
For those who love crystals, take a somewhat transparent soap and cut it up in smaller pieces. Then, add it in a plastic cup and then fill it up with a clear soap base. After it dries, cut uneven pieces off it and voila.
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