WSP offers it on sale occasionally. I get the 5lb tubs at michaels with coupon to make popsicles and cupcakes
I sincerely do not agree with that. It's still takes effort if even not as much as other soap forms. But that's JMO and we all have our own.I think the idea from M&P being 'cheating' is if you just make a simple bar of soap (one colour, solid block) in both M&P and CP. The melt and pour would be cheating as all you do is heat/colour and mold, the CP takes a lot more effort.
You can wrap it tightly with cling/saran wrap, use low sweat formulas, etc, but if you live in high humid areas, wrapping is the only thing IMO that helps.Very cool Laura. I've only melted once, but it was fun to work with - and challenging too. But man did it sweat - is there any way to control that?
Yes it takes effort if you add extra ingredients/additives, or make a fancy design.I sincerely do not agree with that. It's still takes effort if even not as much as other soap forms. But that's JMO and we all have our own.
Okay, yes, it is much less effort, but I just don't equate less effort with "cheating" - it is still creating something from something else, so there is still creativity there, even if it is just pouring into a mold.But just to put some in a jug in a microwave, melt, add a drop of colouring and pour into a mould. Not much effort in that as far as I am concerned Not thats theres anything wrong in doing that, I am currently doing just so with melt and pour but I wouldn't describe it as making soap.