Blueberries are a great antioxidant for the body which is why they are so healthy for us. But, did you ever think about trying them in soap? This is a fantastic blueberry soap recipe that you make with dried blueberries.
Below, you will learn how blueberries can benefit your skin as well as how to make blueberry soap from home!
*I use affiliate links in this post. If you buy anything from my links I will earn a small commission*
The Benefits of Blueberries
Blueberries not only contain potent antioxidants for your body, but also for your skin. Antioxidants actually have anti-aging properties. They can promote healthy skin as well as improve its appearance. This is because blueberries combat free radicals that cause skin aging. Here are some of the benefits you will see from using blueberry soap on your skin:
- Fine lines and wrinkles will be reduced
- Your skin will be hydrated
- Vitamin C will strength blood vessels below the skin
- It will combat bruising and spider veins
- Improve blotchy skin
- Vitamin B helps tone and tighten the skin promoting cell growth
- Blueberries increase blood circulation for healthy glowing skin
If you aren’t convinced yet, you will just have to try it for yourself. Blueberry soap is super easy to make right at home!
Check out this Homemade Soap with Dried Blueberries
Makes 6-7 bars if using same mold
Ingredients for Your Blueberry Soap
- ¾ pound melt & pour goat milk soap base
- ½ cup dried blueberries
- 10 drops blueberry fragrance oil
- Silicone soap mold
- Rubbing alcohol in spray bottle
- Large Pyrex measuring cup
- Wooden stir stick
How to Make Blueberry Soap
Cut the soap into 1 inch cubes.
Melt the soap in the microwave for 30 seconds.
Stir. If it is not completely melted, put it back on for 10 second increments, until fully melted; stirring each time.
Add the dried blueberries
Add the blueberry fragrance.
Poor into the silicone mold.
Stir a bit to evenly distribute the dried blueberries.
Spray lightly with rubbing alcohol to reduce bubbles.
Let set for about 2-3 hours.
Remove from mold.
Using the straight scraper, cut the soap into 1.5 inch bars.
Your soap is now ready to use or wrap as a gift. Enjoy!
Don’t forget to pin this recipe and other recipe to go back to later!!