I got it from save on scents. Its the best dupe I've ever smelled. It might be a touch more lemony then ivory but that seems to be mellowing already.Gorgeous!
Ivory=nostaliga for me. My parents never bought it - it was my distant grandmother who did and I loved the smell of her old bathroom filled with bars of Ivory Soap. Even as a kid I thought the soap was harsh, but didn't care.
Years ago I made a citrus mix that included litsea eo, and dearly wished I had written it down - because after cure it smelled like Ivory. I wondered it I could ever recreate it.
It looks easy - I have trouble keeping the swoops even. Also, I don't think I've learned what thickness I need. Swirling tops is so fun that is what I almost always do. But an elegant soap like yours looks so great with that pretty texturing.Its super easy, that was my first try.
Thank you.Your soap is simply beautiful and I'm new to soap making...just for curiosity do you have to spray the top of this soap with alcohol as I am hearing some people do? Or is it a good recipe that doesn't really need?