Take your rose petals and lay them across the bottom of 3 or 4 of the molds
Chop and melt the soap base. Place them into a medium to large glass measuring cup that is microwave safe. Place in the microwave for about a minute or so, and then stir with the rubber spatula, turning the bottom well to get any lumps off the bottom. If you have several lumps, put in microwave for about another 30 seconds.
Measure out the almond oil while that is heating and then once you remove the soap base, add it in and stir well. Add in the rosehip seed oil. Stir and microwave for about 20 seconds. Check to see how much soap you now have melted and add more cubes to make the full cup if you need to, melting it down after adding.
Add in the citrus oils, one at a time, stirring well as you go.
Drop in the dye and stir until the color is throughout the soap in an even tone.
Now you are ready to pour into the molds. Go slowly, pouring the soap in until it comes to just below the bottom of the edge, and then repeat until you have the soap base used up. Do not move the molds once you have poured the soap or they can splash and be ruined.
Let them sit out to cool for about an hour to two.
Feel the sides and bottom of the bars to see if they feel evenly cooled and when they are, go ahead and peel the mold with one hand while removing the soap with the other. You should have lovely, smooth bars of soap.