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mcobb

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If you were going to make the most expensive bar of soap what would you use?

I would add silk, use virgin coconut oil, all organics..

what about you?
 

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I think I would import Grecian olive oil from a friend I roomed with in college (his fam owns an olive orchard/processing plant), all organic, add silk as you said and I would add flax oil, jasmine EO (that stuff is expensive!!) and organic vanilla beans ground up instead of EO. those are like 5 bucks a bean! (WOW!)


I think that would do it for me...itd probably cost a bit per bar....


just curious but why do you ask!? just for sgiggles??

IanT
 

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pomegranite oil and rose EO... and Since it is the most expesive in the world, I would also use 24k Gold leaf paint to paint a beautiful rose bush on the bar of soap
 

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Off the top of my head, I would use any of these and have with some: Dead sea mud, manoi oil, emu oil chamomile eo, cranberry seed oil, hemp oil, coffee butter, kokum butter

It does not take a lot of silk in soap and an oz of silk lasts forever and it is pretty cheap. So I myself would not consider silk to be an expensive item in soap. It makes a nice bar of soap though. :)
 

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wow - a lot of great replies..

I was thinking about silver as an anti-biotic - has anyone used it?
 

IanT

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look at the thread about colloidal silver...not sure what it would do in a soap but i wouldnt ingest too much of it because its a heavy metal ;)
 

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you said most expensive so....

Milk
Gasoline
Coffee
Cigarettes
gold
a part of a new home

Im being sarcastic.. but prices sure have gotten crazy in the last
couple years on everything. I really don't know what poor
people are going to do.
 

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haha refer to the "what we used to eat when we were kids" thread in the general chat... time to go back to hunter-gatherer style (that way its all free)...so long as your not in a poluted area (hijack over..sorry!)
 

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Wow, ok changed my mind...was doing some research, these prices are for 1lb...I would add these EO's


Rose Otto oil, Bulgaria Rosa damascena Mill. (4 culti... $3999.66 )

Melissa oil, ECOCERT, France Melissa officinalis L., fam.... $2135.38

Helichrysum oil, ECOCERT, Co... Helichrysum italicum G. Don (... $3995.40

Cannabis (Hemp) oil Cannabis sativa L., fam. Cann... $1253.65

source: essentialoils.org



WOW does anyone even buy that stuff!!!! If you worked it out it would probably cost like $10-15/drop or something !!
 

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Oh let me just tell ya!! I would go all "Fight Club" and sell their fat asses back to them! So human fat would be in my soap! ew ew ew
 

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DP sometimes, no all times I wonder... LOL
 
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