Learn to make these great bubble fizz bars with bright colors for the 4th of July.
In this article we’ll give you the full recipe for the bubble fizz bar. If you would like 100’s of our own original recipes for artisan soap crafted for beginners and advanced soap makers, pop on over to the Thermal Mermaid Learning Library
What you need to make these bars:
- Baking Soda
- Citric Acid
- Cream of Tarter
- LAL Powder (SLSa)
- Cocoa Butter
- Shea Butter
- Liquid Glycerin
- Blue Mica
- Red Mica
- Titanium Dioxide
- Tahitian Rain Fragrance Oil
ONE – In a large bowl mix the following dry ingredients: Cream of Tarter, Baking Soda, Citric Acid, and LAL Powder. Mix this well. Wear a mask to prevent irritation. The LAL powder is super fine and can drift into the air.
TWO – Melt the hard butters until they’re liquid. Pour the liquid directly into the bowl with the powders. Mix with your hands until it is completely incorporated. Add the fragrance oil. Mix well.
THREE – Separate the dough into three parts and color each one, red, white, and blue. Mix until it is completely incorporated.
FOUR – On a large sheet of wax paper roll out the red dough. Roll it as flat and long as possible. Set this aside and do the same with the blue and white. Gently layer the blue over the top of the red dough, and layer the white on top of the blue.
FIVE – Roll the three pieces up in the shape of a log and mold it with your hands to a roll that is about 3 inches high and 16 inches long. (Size can vary) Slice this into 12 pieces cutting off the edges as samples. Set these aside and allow 24 hours to dry. Each bubble/fizz bar can be broken into halves for 2 bubble baths.