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The amount can vary wildly. For Fragrance Oils use what the manufacturer recommends. If no amount is given start at 3%.
For Essential Oils check...
I... literally have no words.
Drop the water entirely and use Witch Hazel.
Greetings and welcome to the addiction. :-)
Yes it goes away very quickly.
I read your post and immediately thought of this...
I change mine when they break. That doesn't happen too often though.
Are you talking about melt and pour or cold process?
Greetings, and welcome to the addiction. :-)
Assuming you're talking about melt and pour, pipettes and a bit of patience.
Leather, Sandalwood, and Dragon's Blood.
Greetings. It burns more if you have a cut. :-)
1. Yes, this is normal. You just stuck your finger in a caustic substance. It's going to hurt.
2. Citrus Essential Oils do not survive...
Do you suppose that is for safety? Or perhaps because the motor is not designed for constant load?
Took about a week for me to receive my order.
Patchouli is a nice earthy scent.
The only way I found to ward away melt and pour sweat was to use a shrink wrapper.
Ground oatmeal. I run oats through a coffee grinder.
1. No. You would end up with a slimy mess. The most you can add to a premade soap base would be 1 tablespoon of oil per pound of base. Any more...
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