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I purchase all my salts from San Francisco Salt Company (free shipping and frequent sales). I like that I can buy them in fine and super fine. 50% of my sales are salt bars.

Ok - that is awesome. Just searched their name and found the website. I'm thinking there are a lot more salt bars in my future now. :D
 

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Yes, Nevada. For my Hawaiian Black Lava Salt Soap bars, I add 1/2 tsp ppo activated charcoal as well to make the soaps a little darker. 80% coconut oil, 15% avocado oil, 5% castor oil, 50% salt to oil ratio. With 20% SF, there is nothing drying about these soaps. I HP mine.

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Trouble with grinding salt is the chance of leaving really sharp edges, so make sure to grind it very well and run through a fine seive. Abraised skin from sharp salt is not nice.I just ran out of my pearl salt that was such a great salt and San Francisco Salt no longer carries it. :(

I have never heard of "pearl salt". Interesting.
 
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