Sounds positively lovely!
So I tried following things
Made a solution of lye and water to reduce SF to an acceptable limit.
Squished the soap in an stainless steel bowl...
It is very squishy putty.
Thank you @Dawni . This is another option. Just trying to see what all my options are,
I have coloured the shampoo bars to go with the fragrance in the bar. I had read somewhere that purple coloured shampoos help to reduce brassiness...
Like putty dough.
This is stunning! Can't wait for your reveal.
Lovely soaps. Did you pipe on top it or put some frosting?
Wow, interesting. On-demand-glycerine-rivers would be so cool.
The soap is very inviting - like cool summer breeze.
Thanks - I'll try that. Just in case the lye solution does not mix properly, any idea if hot processing it will cause separation or not?
The SF at 35% seems a little excessive. If the soap comes together then it will feel lovely except it may dissolve far more...
I miscalculated the amount of lye while making a batch of soleseife soap so that the soap is extremely mushy even after 2 days in individual...
Incredible! Thank you :-)
What patience you have and how lovely. I need to practice painting on paper before working on a soap and even then...
As a newbie I'd avoid beeswax till I am confident handling fast tracing soap.
You can go to any percentage with Olive oil - you may need longer...
Is there anywhere one can see how you painted these? They are gorgeous soaps @KiwiMoose
Haha Perfect @midnightsoaper
Thanks @DeeAnna !
Does one need to add a chelating agent to ensure good foam in hard water? I don't have access to SLSa so I've used SCI and CAPB. The temperature...
This sounds fantastic and also perfect addition to what I make.
Reading about the best ways to learn soapmaking makes me look back at my own journey and wonder how I managed to learn it.
I somehow stumbled on...
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