Recipe stolen from another site. 31% coconut oil 60% olive oil 5% castor oil 4% beeswax You can run it through SoapCalc 9 WP or some other good lye calculator to get the numbers for water and lye. Also stolen from the other site. Be aware that beeswax will cut the lather. It does add to a harder soap, but the lather is decreased. Keep your temperatures a bit higher than normal soaping temps so you don't have a false trace from the beeswax solidifying. Beeswax melts at 150*F. You don't need to keep your soaping oils this hot, but be aware that you may want to soap with oils at 135*-135*F. If you cut the above numbers in half and change to ounces, you will end up with about 4 lbs. of soap. Also, when using beeswax, melt that first, then add the next oil with the highest melting point (in the above recipe, it would be the coconut oil), finally add the liquid oils. This helps with avoiding a false trace.