Some of my soaps...Pic heavy

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I'm new to the forum but wanted to post some of my soaps. All are Goat or Coconut Milk soaps.

Oatmeal Milk and Honey (GM) and Orange Spice
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Lavender
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Vanilla Bean
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Layered Vanilla Bean using BCN's Vanilla Stabilizer
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Lemon Poppy Seed (Goat's Milk with White Gel Tone)
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Thanks! Marr
 

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Nice looking soaps Marr! :) 8) I'm a goat milk soapier exclusively! I even used goat milk in my salt bars I posted yesterday. :lol: I use soured goat milk that never smells "soured." Good stuff!

Paul :wink:
 

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WOW.. Very nice. Man that looks so eatable. Alot of effort I can tell but well worth it, The end result.. Fantastic!
 
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Those are very nice! With the Vanilla Stablizer, how do you put that on your label for an ingredient? Is it a chemical?
 
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I'm not officially selling soaps yet - but that is a very good question! I suppose I would list it as:

Also includes fragrance, color and color stabilizer? I really have no clue. I almost wish Soap did have label requirements other than "if you list some ingredients you have to list them all." I personally would never buy a soap without knowing what is in it and would add the ingredients to my label.

Marr
 
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Namethatcandy - I used bubble wrap for the top of the honey OMH bars. Super easy.

Jennifer - we recently watched that movie too and I am still cracking up!

Marr
 

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Marr said:
Namethatcandy - I used bubble wrap for the top of the honey OMH bars. Super easy.

Jennifer - we recently watched that movie too and I am still cracking up!

Marr


That is so smart! I was wondering how you did that!
 
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Yes - I cut a strip to fit the top of my log mold and then press it into the soap once it's poured. I pull it off when I unmold.

Marr
 
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No - probably not - but you could look for something similar that would be oven safe.

Marr
 
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