Tantalizing Blue Tansy Essential Oil Soap Recipe to Soothe and Tone
This tantalizing blue tansy essential oil soap recipe utilizes blue tansy essential oil benefits to soothe and tone the skin.
When I first experienced this blue tansy soap, I was surprised by the blue suds and calming effect it had. Its lightly sweet, earthy scent has a soothing effect that makes me feel grounded. The soap clarifies yet tones the skin with a remarkable difference you can feel. Altogether, leaving your skin soft, cleansed, and glowy.
It turns out; I shouldn’t have been surprised as blue tansy is known for its unique dark indigo color and calming benefits. Did you know the blue color comes from the flower? It’s a part of the Tanacetum annum plant family that contains chamazulene that also includes yarrow and chamomile.
This unique ingredient not only lends to the blue color of this soap recipe it also provides exceptional benefits for the skin likely, why it’s found in many high-end skincare products.
Get ready to glow with this essential oil soap recipe made with gentle goat’s milk and blue tansy!
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What Does Blue Tansy Do For Skin?
If you have never experienced blue tansy essential oil, I can tell you it’s unique among essential oils. Derived from Moroccan chamomile, this oil’s rare rich blue color comes through during the steam distillation process. It simultaneously calms stressed skin and improves complexion. Notably beneficial for oily and combination skin types to combat flare-ups.
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Does blue tansy stain skin?
Blue tansy essential oil does not stain the skin. But, it does need to be diluted, like most essential oils, before use. (Learn all about essential oil dilution in your guide here.)
I added blue mica powder to this soap recipe to amp up the blue color. Mica powder, clay, and spices are the only natural, non-toxic colorants I use for soap and bath bombs, and these don’t stain the skin either. To note, you can leave mica powder out, and the soap will still be blue.
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How do I make my own essential oil soap?
For this essential oil soap recipe, we start with a luxurious, 100% natural goat’s milk melt and pour soap base free of synthetics, chemicals, and detergents. There is nothing more gentle than goat milk soap. It is an excellent moisturizer with a rich lather loaded with vitamins and nutrients. And the soap base is extremely easy to work with for adding your own soap colorants and essential oils.
With the addition of blue tansy oil, this bar of soap cleanses, removes excess sebum oil and other impurities while leaving your skin’s natural moisture barrier intact. And it all comes together in just six simple steps!
This essential oil soap recipe makes two rectangle soap bars. Feel free to double the recipe to yield more soap bars.
Blue Tansy Soap Recipe
Blue Tansy Soap Ingredients:
¼ pound goats milk soap base
30 drops blue tansy essential oil
⅛ teaspoon blue mica powder
How to Make Blue Tansy Soap Bars:
1. Prep Soap Mold –
Prepare the rectangular silicone soap mold by cleaning, drying, and spritzing with rubbing alcohol.
2. Chop Soap Base –
3. Melt Soap Base –
Scoop the chopped goat milk soap base into a large glass measuring cup with a spout. Then place it in the microwave and melt the soap base in two 30 seconds intervals, stirring intermittently.
4. Add Blue Tansy –
Promptly remove the melted soap base from the microwave and add 30 drops of blue tansy essential oil. Whisk the oil thoroughly into the soap using a metal whisk.
5. Add Colorant –
If you want a stronger color, add ⅛ teaspoon blue mica powder to the soap mixture and whisk until the color blends well.
6. Pour Soap –
Next, carefully pour the mixture evenly between 2 sections of the soap mold, avoiding overflow.
Soap Making Notes:
- If needed, spritz the soap tops with rubbing alcohol to remove bubbles in the soap after pouring.
- Allow the soap to cool in the mold for one to two hours or until solid before removing.
You’ll love how this blue tansy essential oil soap recipe leaves your skin feeling soft and supple too. It’s gentle enough to use every day as body soap or in place of your facial cleanser.
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