How To Make Sea Moss Soap: COLD PROCESSED

How To Make Sea Moss Soap

Today we are making sea moss soap, and as we all know, sea moss comes with many health benefits. Adding all the benefits from sea moss to the skin daily will improve overall skin health.

It will help you get all the anti-aging properties due to the level of collagen it contains. The making process is easy, and I will show you how you can achieve this in a step-by-step process.

What Is Sea Moss Soap?

Sea moss can also be referred to as Irish moss, a red algae species found in the rocky parts of the Atlantic that are turned into a bar of soap.

The sea moss grows abundantly on the rocky part in water and is harvested for various uses. In this situation, it can be used to make healthy bar soap that you can use at home.

Sea Moss Soap Ingredients

To make sea moss soap, certain ingredients is used to achieve the final results. These ingredients are as follows:

1. Organic Sea Moss

First and foremost, you need actual sea moss to make this possible. You may have one at your home, but if you don’t, you should check Amazon or your local grocery store.

Make sure you get quality and organic sea moss. You only need about 20g of sea moss

2. Water

Water is also needed to make this soap. Indeed you have water in your home, but you shouldn’t use any kind of water.

You should use either spring or distilled water for your sea moss.

3. Melted Oil And Butter

Oils are also needed to make your sea moss soap. The oils are necessary to formulate the sea moss to actual bar soap and add health benefits and fragrances.

The oils you will need are:

  • Avocado Oil: To get some of the anti-aging properties.
  • Olive Oil: To make the soap gentle and smooth.
  • Castel Oil: To enable the soap bubble.
  • Palm Oil: To make the soap firm and hard after it dries.
  • Coconut Oil: To get all the cleansing properties and make the soap bubble.
  • Shea Butter: To get all the moisturizing properties.

Sea Moss Soap Benefits

Using sea moss soap for your face and skin comes with many health benefits, and here are some of the benefits.

1. It’s Full Of Minerals

Sea moss is rich in minerals and literally has all the minerals your body requires. When you use sea moss soap, you can expect to get minerals such as; calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, iron, zinc, chromium, copper, fluoride, manganese, and selenium.

2. It’s Full Of Collagen

Sea moss contains collagen beneficial to the body. As we grow older, our body losses collagen, and adding sea moss to your day-to-day use can help you replace the collagen your lose as you age.

Collagen is responsible for your joints and also how your skin stretches, and you will find it in your blood, muscles, and bones. So, as you get older, you are prone to lose collagen.

But using a sea moss soap can help you restore any collagen you lose because sea moss is rich in collagen.

3. It’s Full Of Vitamins

The body needs the right vitamins and the sea moss soap provides just exactly that. It contains vitamin c, vitamin A, and 3 fatty acids.

4. Its Fights Problematic Skin Problems

Different problematic skin problems can be frustrating, and using the sea moss soap can help you reduce them.

Sea moss soap can treat problematic skin problems like eczema, psoriasis, and acne because of its antioxidants.

5. It Helps Digestions

Many people deal with digestion issues, and sea moss offers great benefits to help ease digestion.

You are not supposed to consume the soap, but if you consume the sea moss in its raw form after blending, it will help you get rid of bacteria in your lungs and improve digestion overall.

Equipment’s Needed

To make sea moss soap, you need to have the right equipment for a successful production. You may already have some of the equipment I’m about to mention, but you can get them in your local grocery store or Amazon if you don’t have them.

1. Organic Sea Moss Product

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You need an actual seam moss, which is what we are trying to achieve. I recommend you get organic sea moss from a trusted brand if you want to get all the health benefits.

2. Bowl

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A bowl will be required to prep the see moss for blending. Raw sea moss will come along with sand and salt, which will need to be rinsed off in a bowl. You can use any bowl you have at home.

3. Measuring Cup

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A measuring cup is required because you will need to mix in the right amount of the ingredients to get a specific quantity of the soap you need.

You can use a regular bowl, but the downside is that you may produce more or less sea moss soap that you need.

4. High-Speed Blender

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A blender plays a significant role in making a sea moss soap because you will need to blend the sea moss to get a specific constituency.

You can’t use any blender but a high-speed blender because you need the sea moss to come out smooth without any chunks.

5. Spatula

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A spatula is also required to stir the sea moss when mixing. Although you can improvise by using a spoon, it is not recommended to use your bare hands.

6. Soap Mold

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We are trying to make a bar of sea moss soap, and we won’t achieve that if you don’t have what to use to form the soap.

A soap mold will help you form your soap to your specific design after pouring in your mixture to dry out in the right shape.

7. Soap Cutter

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After your soap is dried in the soap mold. You will need a soap cutter to help you cut the soap in the right shape and size. You will destroy the soap if you try to cut it by hand.

8. Stick Blender

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The stick blender is primarily for mixing the soap so that you can get the right to thicken it to the right consistency. This is something you won’t be able to achieve by hand.

How To Make Sea Moss Soap

With everything in check, let’s dive right into how we can make the perfect sea moss soap recipe. It’s straightforward to make in your home, and all you need to do is follow the information correctly.

1. Rinse the sea moss in a bowl of water repeatedly until the water is clear. Typically, the sea moss comes very dirty and salty inside its packaging, and we don’t want any of that with the soap.

You will need to rinse it thoroughly to get rid of all the dirt and salt from the sea moss before you can move on to the next step.

Ensure the water you use in rinsing the sea moss is clean and distilled or spring. You can stop rinsing when the water is completely clear.

2. Soak the sea moss in clean distilled water and leave it to soak overnight. Ensure the water in the bowl covers the sea moss and no string is left out of the water.

The next day, you will notice that sea moss will expand and soak the water. If you don’t like to leave it overnight, just make sure you let it sit in water for up to 12 or 24 hours.

3. After soaking, get your high-speed Blender ready and add the soaked sea moss into it without pouring the water away.

Now, blend the sea moss at high speed. Pour in some of that water inside the high-speed Blender because we need the sea moss to have a smooth baby food constituency.

Continue adding the water when necessary until you get a very clean smooth baby food consistency.

4. Get your measure cup to mix the soap. Add in all your melted oil and butter with the right amount into the measuring cup.

Also, pour in your Lye inside the melted oil and butter ad mix continuously with a spatula or a spoon.

5. Now, get your stick blender and blend the melted oil and butter at low speed until it thickens. You won’t be able to achieve this if you decide to mix the melted oil and butter by hand.

Here you can pour in the blended sea moss, essential oils, and French cream clay to change the color and blend until it thickens to condense milk constituency.

6. Now, pour your soap into the soap mold until it is filled up. You can use a stick to draw out your favorite design on the top of the soap you poured in the mold.

Also, you should spray some rubbing alcohol all over the top of the mold to seal in the botanicals and prevent soda ash from forming on it.

7. Dry the sea moss soap in the mold for up to 24 hours to solidify it. Make sure you keep it away from dirt to avoid contaminating the whole thing.

8. Once it is dry, get your soap cutter and cut the soap as you please. Make sure you place the sea moss soap correctly on the soap cutter to not cut it wrong.

Once you cut the soap, you can stamp it if you have a branded stamp laying around.

An there you go, you have successfully made a sea moss bar soap.


Sea Moss Soap Recipe: How To Make Sea Moss Soap

Sea moss can also be referred to as Irish moss, which is a red algae species found in the rocky parts of the Atlantic that are turned into a bar of soap. The sea moss soap can be harvested or bought in a grocery store and be used to make bar soap like we are about to do.

  • Author: Ibukun Damilola
  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Cook Time: 12 hrs
  • Total Time: 33 minute
  • Cuisine: Gluten-Free, Healthy Options
  • Diet: Vegan


  • Organic Sea Moss.
  • Water.
  • Melted Oil and Butter.


1. Rinse the sea moss in a bowl of cool distilled water repeatedly until the water is clear to get rid of all the sand and salt.

2. Soak the sea moss in clean spring water and leave it to soak overnight or 12 hours making sure that the water fully covers the sea moss.

3. Blend the sea moss in a high speed blended and add water consistently until it blends to a smooth baby consistency.

4. Mix your melted butter and oils together to make your soap and add all the necessary essential oil, and lye before you start mixing together with the spatula.

5. Pour in your blended sea moss into the melted butter and oil. Use your stick blender to blend the soap until it thicken. 

6. Pour the sea moss soap into a molds and add some design to your soap  by using a stick to draw whatever on top of it. Also, spray rubbing alcohol all over it to prevent soda ash and too seal in the botanicals.

7. Dry the sea moss soap in the molds for up to 24 hours to solidify it and avoid dirt to get all over the soap so it doesn’t get contaminated.

8. After the soap is completely dry, you should use your soap cutter to cut the soap to your liking.


in the process of making sea moss soap, you should take  note of the following:

  • Stick to organic sea moss to get all the health benefits.
  • Use clean distilled water.
  • Measure with a measuring cup.
  • Don’t let the soap bee too watery.


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How To Make Sea Moss Soap Without Lye

Not many people want to add Lye in their soap processing for their own personal reasons, which can be the case for sea moss soap.

To make a sea moss soap with Lye, all you need to do is to exclude Lye in the process of mixing the soap.

I’m saying that you should avoid adding Lye to your melted butter and oil when mixing the soap. You should follow all the processes I provided above, but make sure you exclude it when it gets to the lye part.

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