Sunday, May 4, 2014

Naturally Scented Coffee Soap

I had the opportunity to visit the coffee lab on my campus and roast some coffee beans to take home. Roasting the beans is pretty cool and might turn into a future project later. But anyway, aside from making some delicious light roast, I figured it might be a good idea to turn some of the beans into fresh smelling soap. I've heard rumors that caffeine can be absorbed through the skin, so this might be a way to get a daily dose in the morning. Interestingly enough, I did not need to use isopropyl alcohol to remove the bubbles when making this.
Coffee Beans
The beans
Also because neither me or anyone in my apartment complex owns a coffee grinder, I had to use a Slap Chop to grind the beans by hand. It worked surprisingly well.

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Slap Chop Coffee
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Beans before chopping
Ground Coffee Beans
The grind after

Coffee Soap in the making
Mixing together the soap
Coffee Soap pyramid stack
The pyramid stack
Coffee Soap underside angle
The underside
Close up coffee soap detail
The collidal suspension of coffee particles
Coffee Soap underside
A different angle
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1 comment:

  1. The caffeine in soap is good for cellulite. Quite expensive also !


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