DIY Blue Nila Soap: How to Make it at Home with Glycerin

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Disclaimer: This article is for educational purposes only and does not constitute professional medical advice. Use any natural skincare or haircare products at your own risk and perform a patch test before use.

How about you try something new and exciting by making your own DIY blue nila soap with glycerin?

Glycerin is a natural humectant that helps to moisturize and hydrate the skin, making it an excellent ingredient for soapmaking. Blue nila powder, on the other hand, is a natural pigment that gives soap a beautiful blue hue and has a subtle, calming fragrance.

In this article, we’ll show you how to make your own blue nila soap using glycerin soap base, blue nila powder, and essential oils. Whether you’re an experienced soap-maker or a beginner, this recipe is easy to follow and produces luxurious bars that you’ll love to use and share.

Ingredients Needed

  • Glycerine soap
  • Blue nila powder – Special for skincare applications
  • Lilac essential oil
  • Lavender essential oil

Choose high-quality ingredients to boost the effectiveness and safety of your DIY beauty products. Also, where an essential oil is included in my recipes, I utilize either of two types of essential oils: pure, if added in drops, or diluted, if mixed in grams.

DIY blue nila soap. Blue nila powder
Blue nila powder

Tools Needed

  • Beaker
  • Large pot
  • Measuring spoons
  • Large wooden spoon or similar for mixing
  • Soap molds

Steps: Blue Nila Soap Recipe

Before we start, ensure that the soap molds are cleaned with water and soap, sanitized with medical alcohol 70%, and dried. Let’s start.

1- Add 400 grams (14.11 oz) of cut glycerine soap into the beaker.

DIY Blue Nila Soap - Adding the glycerine soap
Add the glycerine soap

2- Melt the contents of the beaker in a hot water bath (bain-marie). A hot water bath is done by placing the beaker in a larger pot of hot steaming water. This will gradually melt whatever is inside the beaker without causing it to burn. As the contents melt, make sure to mix every now and then.

DIY Blue Nila Soap - After the hot water bath
After the hot water bath

3- Add 5 grams (0.18 oz) of blue nila powder to the beaker.

DIY Blue Nila Soap - Adding the blue nila powder
Add the blue nila powder

4- Mix the ingredients for 20-25 seconds using a large wooden spoon.

DIY Blue Nila Soap - Mixing the ingredients together
Mix the ingredients well

5- Add 5-10 drops of lilac essential oil.

6- Add 5-10 drops of lavender essential oil.

7- Mix the ingredients together for 5-10 seconds.

8- Pour the mixture into the soap molds. You should do this quickly before the mix hardens in the beaker.

9- Wait for the mixture to fully harden in the soap molds.

10- Take the soaps out of the molds and you’re all done!

DIY Blue Nila Soap - We took the soaps out of the molds
The soaps are out of the molds

Usage: DIY Blue Nila Soap

You can use the blue nila soap to wash your face, body, and hands.

For your face, start by wetting it with lukewarm water. Then, take the blue nila soap and gently rub it on your face in circular motions. Avoid rubbing it too close to your eyes. Finish by rinsing your face with water and patting it dry with a towel.

When it comes to washing your body, start by wetting your skin with water. Next, lather the soap in your hands and gently scrub your skin with it. Focus on areas that tend to get dirty or sweaty, such as your feet and underarms. When you’re done, rinse your body with water and pat it dry with a towel.

Finally, for your hands, the same procedure applies. First, wet your hands with water and lather the soap. Then, scrub your hands for approximately 10-20 seconds, and finish by rinsing them dry.

Benefits: DIY Blue Nila Soap

This skincare product has many benefits such as:

  • Can lighten the skin.
  • Moisturizes the skin: Blue nila soap contains ingredients with fantastic moisturizing and nourishing properties.
  • Has anti-inflammatory properties: The ingredients used to make blue nila soap have properties that can reduce inflammation, irritation, and redness.
  • Cleanses the skin: This product can deeply cleanse your skin, effectively eliminating any dirt, oil, and sweat with ease.
  • Has anti-aging properties: Blue nila soap can help improve the elasticity of your skin, reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

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