Corrie’s Kitchen Spa: Savannah Bee Company Foaming Bath Soap

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Enjoy a silky luxurious bath that will moisturize your skin while you soak.

Servings: 4
Prep Time: 5 min
Difficulty: Easy

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1 cup sweet almond oil (you may substitute a light olive oil)
1/2 cup Savannah Bee Company honey (you may substitute any local or organic honey)
1/2 cup liquid hand soap
1 tablespoon vanilla extract

Directions

In a medium bowl, add the oil and slowly stir in the remaining ingredients until fully incorporated. Pour mixture through a funnel into a clean plastic bottle with a squeeze top. Be sure to shake gently before using. Squeeze desired amount under running water into a bathtub. Step in and enjoy a silky luxurious bath that will moisturize your skin while you soak.

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Reader Comments:

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Wonder if this would be of any benefit as a foot soak?

By Toots23 on September 11, 2013

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Can this recipe also be used as a foaming hand soap? Am looking for a recipe to use by the sinks & was hoping this would convert. Thx!!

By Stephanie Hazel on July 17, 2013

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I love your homemade spa products!! Just made citrus salt body scrub for a Christmas present for my best friend. I am going to give it to her tonight. I love it!!!

By allie on December 24, 2012

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What a fabulous little recipe, sounds like it would be lovely in a relaxing bath.

By Anne-Marie Faiola on December 12, 2012

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Hi Donna, Yes, any unscented handsoap will work best.

By Jonathan Able on October 26, 2011

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what is the hand soap mentioned in this recipe, is it any regular had soap bought in the store?

By donna bent on August 25, 2011

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Hi Kami, You can find those bottles in your local craft supply store.

By Jonathan Able on August 01, 2011

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What liquid soap do you use?

By Cheryl Brown on July 24, 2011

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Instead of using liquid hand soap, try using a natural castille. MUCH better for your skin, without all the yucky ingredients. smile Also, someone asked if this would be good as a body wash, and it would be. Your skin might be a little slick in the shower, but it'll be SO soft after. With the fact that it doesn't use water (and honey and oil don't go bad on their own without water) this has a super long shelf life. Six months at the least, a year is a good estimate (as long as you don't put water in it).

By Leslie @ Crunchy Betty on July 11, 2011

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Can't wait to try this! Anyone know where you can buy those plastic little bottles?

By Kami on May 10, 2011

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Hey Janet! Yes, this is great for the shower too!

By Libbie Summers, Senior Food Editor on April 02, 2011

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Hey Reagan! You will love this foaming bath soap! It should be used within 3 months after making.

By Anonymous on April 02, 2011

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Does anyone know how long, as in life, these products will last before they go bad OR do they even go bad?

By Reagan on March 14, 2011

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Does anyone know if this can be used as a body wash? I don't take many "baths", so this would be great if could use in the shower.

By Janet Creswell on March 08, 2011

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I do home Day Care and wouldn't this be an easy Mothers Day gift! love it, Barb

By Barbara glines on February 08, 2011

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I love to give handmade gifts. I can't wait to try these. I'm going to try the foaming bath soap first. Thanks for sharing. I hope you will share more with us.

By GloryGirl45 on February 02, 2011

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I love to give handmade gifts. I can't wait to try these. I'm going to try the foaming bath soap first. Thanks for sharing. I hope you will share more with us.

By Gloria Ali on February 02, 2011

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I love the recipes Corrie provided. I hope she brings many more. A recipe book would also be great. I would love to purchase one if she decided to prepare one.

By EYVONNE HUNT on February 01, 2011

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i love anything and everything having to do with honey. problem is, there aren't many good recipes out there. this recipe is a God sent! can't wait for more!!

By Anonymous on May 25, 2010

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