When you use the soap calc just use the default setting of 5% superfat when you enter your recipe ingredients. The calculator works it...
Oooh - this is anionic - should I include this?
Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate
I pretty much get rivers in all my soap, unless I don’t gel it. It’s more noticeable when I use TD.
I love them!
Eek! I’d be better off using my soap in that case! Might have to ditch the adventure - far too complicated and I don’t want to be forking out for...
Thank you Deeanna - how will I counter the extra alkalinity of SLSA - add more lactic acid?
Glycerin rivers are beautiful :)
If you've got it - flaunt it!
I like squeaky, but was worried it might be too cleansing @Obsidian
SURPRISE!! @Marilyn Norgart
Here's the cut pics of my Black Raspberry Vanilla soap. The surprise is that it's a combo deal - back confetti soap...
Thanks AMD - will look it up. And whoops! I'm an Aries chick - but I'm a nice one :p
My new shampoo bars have a small dense foamy type lather rather than lots of big bubbles, and my hair is very squeaky when I rinse. I'm thinking...
That's so cool Dawni! I've been thinking about setting up Instagram - so maybe I will go ahead and do that now.
Can't get any of those either @justjacqui : (
However I wouldn't use the first one for the same reasons I don't use the betaine.
It's a shallow silicone muffin tray - like a little tart kinda thing.
I've saved some links and 'soapy stuff' info to my soaping files too! Most useful!
LOL - literally! I've just made my first batch of syndet shampoo bars, after agonising over it for a long time. I didn't really want to use...
Thanks Jacqui - I will look them up : )
I think my shampoo bars might need a bit more lather.
Ha! Rosemary/Patchouli/May Chang (Litsea)
And today I made Black Raspberry Vanilla soap that doesn't discolour! ( Nature's Garden). No probs...
Hi Kirsty - I just found this post. So sorry that you didn't get a response until now. Did you make the soap? Do you have any more questions?...
Yes - it's a dark blue/green. Didn't use too much.
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