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Chocolate soap recipes are provided to help moisturize your skin and take advantage of the cell renewal and skin rejuvenating properties of chocolate or more specifically the cocoa that is in chocolate. Chocolate or cocoa is an important ingredient in soap making because it contains valuable antioxidants substances that help protect the skin from damage and premature aging.

Therefore, chocolate is not only delicious to eat but can have numerous benefits for the skin. Listed below are some examples of soap recipes utilizing chocolate/cocoa as an ingredient. Try them both and take advantage of the benefits that chocolate can provide for healthy skin care.

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Basic Chocolate Soap Recipe

Cocoa is an ingredient that is readily available in most households. Below is the recipe for a basic chocolate soap. It is very simple to make but still provides all the benefits to the skin that chocolate can provide.

  • 12 ounces of grated soap
  • 5 ounces of water
  • 1/4 cup of instant cocoa powder
  • 1/8 ounces of chocolate fragrance oil

Combine the grated soap and water in a saucepan and heat on the stove at medium heat. When the soap has completely melted, add the cocoa powder and chocolate fragrance oil. Stir the mixture well, place the soap into molds of your choosing, and let the soap harden. After the soap has hardened, remove it from the molds and enjoy the skin care benefits that chocolate can provide.

Chocolate Cookie Soap

This soap looks like a sandwich cookie but it is still a fairly basic soap to make and once again provides the benefits of chocolate for healthy skin care. For this homemade soap, you will need the following ingredient list:

  • 1 pound of opaque MP soap base
  • 1 tablespoon cocoa butter
  • cocoa powder for colorant (or brown dye)
  • 1 tablespoon chocolate fragrance oil

Start the soap making process by melting the MP soap. Remove the melted soap from the heat and slowly stir in the cocoa butter and add just enough cocoa powder to make the mixture turn a pale brown or tan color. Next step is to add the chocolate fragrance oil. Reserve enough of the soap to make a darker brown color. Pour the lighter shade of brown soap into molds. Add more cocoa powder to the reserve batch of MP base to make a darker brown. Marble the darker mixture into the pale brown soap.

If you like these soap recipes that use cocoa/chocolate and are into soap making using these and other natural ingredients that are good for your skin, then this homemade soap recipes page is a useful resource.

There are many other soap recipes using a variety of ingredients available on this website. These recipes can be found at the pages listed below:

handmade soaps | milk | beeswax | coconut oil | chocolate soap | herbs

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