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WhiteLyeSoapCo

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I love the salt bar recipe Paul posted, but has anyone made sugar soap and what type of sugar brown or white or both?

Any input would be appreciated.
 

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Chancelor at etsy sells sugar soap & it may be my fav soap ever. It is very scrubby & I LOVE scrubby! She uses white sugar, I don't know the % htough & she is on maternity break right now.
 

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Awesome thanks!. I never been one not to experiment, but..... I wanted to make sure there were no obvious side effects of using white sugar.

Thanks Tabitha
 

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WhiteLyeSoapCo said:
Awesome thanks!. I never been one not to experiment, but..... I wanted to make sure there were no obvious side effects of using white sugar.

Thanks Tabitha
:) Unless someone gets an urge for sugar and they eat it! lol.

RoRo
 

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I've dissolved sugar in my lye water. One Tbsp goes in well; more than that and it seems to just sit in the bottom. But it does seem to make bigger bubbles in the soap lather. I think honey does too, and it dissolves better, so I've switched to honey.

If I want scrubby soap, I use oatmeal or cornmeal, or both.

Let us know how your sugar soaps work for you!
 

WhiteLyeSoapCo

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I made whipped soap and added the sugar to the end of the batter with the fragrance. I used 2 oz of sugar and it seems to have turned out neat. With the bar being whipped it looks very like a desert.

Here are the photos.

 
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Is it scrubby like a pumice stone? I want a soap like the one in the nail shops.. the scrubby thing

That is nice!
 

WhiteLyeSoapCo

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smelli- it is mildly scrubby, but if you added more sugar i think it would be hard and scrubby. I'm not sure if it would turn out the texture of the stones at the nail shop.
 
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