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DIY EOS pocket hand soap



NEED~
Food coloring (will not stain hands once cooled)
empty eos container (the middle needs to be taken out, easy way to do this is with a knife so be careful)
any kind of essential oil you like (we used lavender, only need few drops)
glitter (if wanted, it does not come off when washing hands)
clear glycerin soap (I got mines at my local craft store)

Steps~
First place the top of the eos in bottom, this will make it stable for pouring and cooling. Then place the middle piece in the top. (make sure you place it back in correct so it closes still)
After done take a chunk of soap, place it in a microwavable bowl for 30 seconds.(until melted) Make sure you have enough as once the soap is cool you can not add more, it will not stick together.  
This is when you need to move quick as it will harden quick. Mix food coloring and essential oil then pour into eos. Pour enough so the middle piece is covered.
Let cool in fridge for at least half hour.  & Done! Just snap the bottom back on and untwist.

This is a pocket size soap you can take any place. Smells amazing and does the job!
Great for school or on the go!~

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