Soap Jelly

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  1. Sep 28, 2016 #1

    Buckscent

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    Anyone make em? Use em? Sell em? Any info please
     
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    Never sold well for us
     
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    I have made shower jelly, just for family and friends. The recipe I use has lots of lather and does not need refrigeration.
     
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    I make them

    i use Irish Moss. I soak the moss over night. and rinse clean
    I blend the seaweed with some water and boil until i create a paste.

    1 cup of fluid requires 1 oz of seaweed extract.

    u believe the type that is affordable is IOTA you can double the extract for a firm jelly.

    you can add to this paste colorant surfactant. oils. walnut shells etc. and presrvative.
    creating a soap paste. or place them in molds :) for jelly.
     
  5. Dec 22, 2016 #5

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    I've made - and sold - bath/shower jelly. Teens or 20 somethings are more apt to buy it. Seems I only used 3 ingredients to make a batch. I need to make more for spring/summer shows.
     

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