My First cold process soap

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fairyy

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Hello Everyone,
First of all, I would like to say Thanks to everyone who contribute to this forum and share their information and help others like me.
Attaching a few pictures of my first cold process soap , which was a simple recipe using live oil,coconut oil and castor oil
They are nt pretty but they have turned out fine, as i have started using them after cure time around 5 weeks
 

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Hello Everyone,
First of all, I would like to say Thanks to everyone who contribute to this forum and share their information and help others like me.
Attaching a few pictures of my first cold process soap , which was a simple recipe using live oil,coconut oil and castor oil
They are nt pretty but they have turned out fine, as i have started using them after cure time around 5 weeks
Well done! It's fun eh?
 

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Congratulations! They look a lot better than my first soap bars.
 

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Congratulations.. They look good!

Those will get even better... For obvious reasons, your olive oil is probably the highest amount in this soap, which for me, gets better after a while. Keep one to try at 2mos, 4mos and 8mos, you'll see :)
 

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Congratulations.. They look good!

Those will get even better... For obvious reasons, your olive oil is probably the highest amount in this soap, which for me, gets better after a while. Keep one to try at 2mos, 4mos and 8mos, you'll see :)
i used one at 4 weeks, it just melted :p
this is better but still not hard enough, my husband thinks i did something wrong
 

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