I make my own almond milk for my honey almond soap. It's actually my favorite soap :-)
The Bud cutters on Etsy are also a nice option. I have the VolksRose bamboo soap cutter that I got from Amazon, it's not great but I don't hate...
I used 2% wax :-)
I use the 100% soy wax in my soaps, both HP and CP. I happen to very much like it! My usual rate is 25%
This might be helpful for you :-)
Weight will always be the same, regardless if it's solid or liquid :-)
Mrs. Claus Cookies from NG is a dupe for BBW's Vanilla Bean Noel. Smells more like a cozy vanilla than a cookie to me.
I personally haven't seen using sugar as a substitute for kaolin clay. Kaolin clay is a good hardener, scent anchor, and good for the skin for...
If you started out a year ago and they were great then stopped for a while and restarted and now they aren't so great, my guess is the problem is...
You're welcome, hope it works for you!
Debbie May uses palm kernel flakes in her recipe, I assume to harden it a little. Have not tried this, but knew I had seen a cupcake frosting...
I didn't have any issues with it making my skin feel terrible. My skin is also pretty tolerant to being subjected to different concoctions!
I think you are talking about the bath bomb frosting? You should be using 40 or 50% rubbing alcohol OR 80 or 100 proof vodka, not 50 proof vodka....
Right. Basically I saw that it's a new product that can add the benefits of shea to water based products. Could be a nice addition to liquid...
This is the description.
Has anyone here tried adding Shea 50 to their liquid soap after dilution? I just happened to notice WSP carries it.
What are you trying to accomplish by adding SCI to HP soap? SCI is a surfactant that soap doesn't exactly need. Are you trying to increase lather?
Did it turn out well?
She has a new blog now: https://swiftcraftymonkey.blog/blog/ where most of her blog posts have been transferred to.
This is a base recipe:
25% brittle butters (for example cocoa butter or kokum butter)
25% shea butter
25% soft butter (for example coconut oil,...
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