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leansoapqueen

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Ok I'm still trying to get used to this rebatch thing and my family thinks that the GM rebatch I use- lightens to tan as it cures -is fine the color it is. I'm a color gal, what can I do- should I leave this soap fragranced and in its natural state. I haven't attempted coloring it yet- but I just know I will get an ugly color if I try. :( I was thinking maybe some deeper powdered pigments with a little extra oil so it does clump up- still I don't want to ruin good soap- then again I might be able to rebatch batch..Anyway, any opionions would be great!
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Danni
 

Woodi

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Let it be brown, and give it a manly name. My brown soaps sell just fine, whether I intended brown or not. It's all in the naming.
 
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