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    Botanicals in scrubs

    Hi guys, I have a question regarding Bath Scrubs I have been walking around for, for some time now. Will botanicals in your (oil based) salt/sugar scrub will turn brown? I have been testing for a while now (several weeks) and I haven't found any issues so far. Experiences? Thanks...
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    Dutch Soap Makers (Facebook) Guild

    Hi Everyone, I'm looking for fellow Dutch Soapers that are interested in sharing their stories, ideas and questions on a Dutch facebook platform I just set up. So far I have only found inactive members in this group, but I know 'they' are out there! :) If you are from/in the Netherlands...
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    Starting on CP & LS..?

    Hi guys! I've been working on getting all my ingredients for CP, which has not been that simple.. but next to that I would also like to have a go at making some Liquid Soap as well! Cause if not, I'll have to buy some normal, factory made one, haha (my liquid soap bottle is almost empty)...
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    (cheap) Packaging for Bath Salts

    Hey guys, I'm just brainstorming about a not too expensive packaging solution for Bath Salts! I do have a couple of jars/tubs for my other products, like scrubs and such but I'd like to keep it fairly cheap. I used to get these really cute small jars (see picture) but these guys are $2-3...
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    Greets from Down Under!

    Hi guys! I have been browsing on the forum for a while, as a fairly new soap addict, but I just noticed I haven't introduced myself yet. :) So here it goes! I'm Stephanie, 25 years old and I'm from the Netherlands! One year ago, in February, I moved to Australia - Sydney together with my...
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    M&P immediate skin forming while pouring in mould

    Hi guys! I'm new to this forum and I've only been in to Melt & Pour Soapmaking for a couple of months now, together with bath salts, lotions and that sort of stuff. :mrgreen: And I love it! I'm sort of on the breaking point of switching (or at least trying it out first) to Cold Process...
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