Feel free to adjust the recipe by adding some healing butters such as mango, cocoa, shea, or avocado. Just be sure to run your recipe through a lye calculator to get the correct amount of lye for the new oils. This very basic recipe of palm, coconut and olive oil is simple but makes a great bar of soap that lasts long and lathers big.
Begin by making the chunks of melt and pour soap. Melt your clear melt and pour soap and color it with cappuccino mica. Pour into container to the desired thickness that you want your chunks to be. Once cooled, remove and cut into squares/chunks.
Put colored chunks into soap mold. Don’t place them neatly, just randomly “dump” them in.
Prepare your batch like normal cold process soap making and add your fragrance at a light trace.
Pour the soap over the colored melt and pour chunks. Be sure not to completely cover the top ones. You want some of them to stick out on the top. You should be able to fill the entire mold (12 bars).
Let it sit 24 hours, pop the soap out of the mold and set the finished bars on a drying rack to cure for 4 to six weeks. Enjoy!