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Bamagirl

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I've been making salt bars as well crumbly little suckered arn't they!!!
Indeed they are. I was hoping that was the case and not that something went wrong. They unmolded good, but I think I sb too long as you can tell they weren't smooth in the mold.
 

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Those are dark for sure. They should be nice after a nice long cure. I would be cautious with color transfer.
 

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Just wanted to give an update on these. When I made these, I used a silicone mold and it made six bars. I have given away two of those. Would you believe we are just now using up the last bar? Wow, those suckers last forever (Of course, I expected them to last a little longer since they are facial bars, but still four bars lasting for a little over a year is awesome!) It makes me want to change all my soap to salt bars because they last so long!
 

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Awesome update. I have yet to tackle the salt bar. Such a long to do list :p
 

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Looks like I'm not the only one with the soft corners hard bar problem with the salt bars XD

That is a lovely shade, they look fantastic and should feel fantastic too.
 

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