- May 18, 2015
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Which is cheaper to work with? Cold process or melt and pour?
It may work for your MP but you are also introducing water via the plant which in turn may cause mold. The scent would not survive CP. Most ingredients other than EO's & FO's don't carry much over in CP. Even some of those fade to nothing.Thank you guys, still so new to this. I will play around with cp until I get the hang of it for sure. As for the FOs. If I make my own fragrance is it considered natural? The lilac fragrance I use from the lilacs in my garden that I made into an oil.
That would be a discussion for elsewhere than the Beginner section of the forum (http://www.soapmakingforum.com/showthread.php?t=51802), so here is some information from the FDA - http://www.fda.gov/cosmetics/guidanceregulation/lawsregulations/ucm074201.htmI extract the fragrance with a carrier oil that has no fragrance like sunflower oil.
I'm not sure if I get what your trying to say about my claims and labeling? Am I doing something wrong?
Yes. "My Skin So Clear soap that I made last week has already done wonders for my psoriasis, but I need to add a few more things! So I'm making an upgraded version of it today! Note: the soap I made last week and the soap I'll be making today have the ability to work on any skin condition from acne to exema!"I'm not sure if I get what your trying to say about my claims and labeling? Am I doing something wrong?