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I also think it looks great and that lather!! Remember also that as it ages, that dark circle will fade out a lot. With the cute stamp you've used and fading, customers won't think anything is amiss. It looks like a really gentle, creamy soap. NIce one! 👏🏻
I always freeze my GM logs for a few hours after I make them. And I rinse and freeze the wood surrounding the silicone mold before I pour in the mix also, just to make certain no partial gel happens! Might be easier to stop gel completely next time on this rather than try to gauge the right temp to do a full gel w/o a volcano?
Either way, it looks and works great!
 
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I also think it looks great and that lather!! Remember also that as it ages, that dark circle will fade out a lot. With the cute stamp you've used and fading, customers won't think anything is amiss. It looks like a really gentle, creamy soap. NIce one! 👏🏻
I always freeze my GM logs for a few hours after I make them. And I rinse and freeze the wood surrounding the silicone mold before I pour in the mix also, just to make certain no partial gel happens! Might be easier to stop gel completely next time on this rather than try to gauge the right temp to do a full gel w/o a volcano?
Either way, it looks and works great!
Thanks, ToniO! That’s a good idea about stopping the gel completely.
 
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@Kari Howie - I love your horsey stamp! And I agree with everyone - awesome soap 🌸
Thank you, dmcgee5034! My husband and I live on a little farm where we had our two beloved horses. Being of Norwegian descent, I named our farm “Hestland Gård” which means “Horse Country Farm.” Hestland is also inspired by my Norwegian mother’s maiden name, Hetland.
 
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