ONE: Add drops of the diluted LabColor into each cavity of the mold in a random pattern. You can choose whatever colors you like! We used Blue Mix, Canary, Emerald, Red and Orange colors. Don’t add too many drops, or the colors can get muddled. We put about 10-15 drops into each mold cavity.
TWO: Cut up 11.6 oz. of the White Melt and Pour Base into even, small pieces. Put your melt and pour pieces in a heat-safe container. Melt the soap in the microwave on 20 second bursts, making sure to stir in between each burst. Microwaving on short bursts prevents the soap from burning. Read more about how to prevent that here.
THREE: Pour .3 oz. of Flower Child Fragrance Oil in the melted soap and mix in fully.
SIX: Spray the top of your soap with 99% isopropyl alcohol to disperse any air bubbles. Let the soap cool, which takes around 2-4 hours. To release the soap, pull at the sides of the mold cavities to break the air lock. Flip the mold over and use your thumbs to push the soap out. If the soap doesn’t want to release from the mold, pop the mold into the freezer for 10-15 minutes. Then, push out of the mold with your thumbs.