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[IMG] [IMG] I didn't know how fun naming soaps could be. Starting the Christmas boxes.
". They all recommend using flat molds (not loaf). So I'm going to try "
5% Castor oil
with 10% SF
Brine water at the 4...
2nd time with a yogurt recipe. My notes weren't great and I did a frozen yogurt/lye at 67:33 ratio and it looked curdled. I think I should have...
[IMG] Thanks to others, I got the cream color I wanted and the steps were easy Ford these honey yogurt oat soap for my sensitive people.
That is a gorgeous color. I used manjistha powder and it turned caramel brown all over the outside. No vanilla...
I love them and think the organic forms are beautiful, good job.
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Loving the color thanks to modernsoapmaking, but what's with the oxidation? EO's lavender, geranium, bergamot, sprayed with 99%...
Would a wire cutter work, or is the soap too hard?
I'm intrigued and would love to see a photo if you wouldn't mind sharing!
I cut my charcoal green tea infused soap and unmolded my calendula infused soap. Still new, acceleration is a beast.
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