Hi all, My current conundrum is this - I'm drawing up some designs for new soaps, which would require a small layer of blue on the top. Now, I only use natural colourants in my soap, and want to experiment with mixing indigo in with my lye water (as it turned very grey when mixed with oil and added at trace). So, this would mean mixing a new, very tiny batch of soap. And by tiny, I mean about 100g of oil tiny, maybe slightly less. The smallest I've done so far is 350g of oils, as that's the point where my stick blender is *just* submerged in my smallest bowl. So I looked for mini stick blenders, cause surely that's got to be a thing, right? Wrong! They don't exist! At least, not that I can find in the UK anyway. Now, I've heard mixed things about milk frothers, some say yes they work with cp soap but take a while to trace, whilst it's a hard 'no' from others. My standard soap recipe is a very fast tracer, so I think I might be able to get away with it - does anyone have any experience with this? Cheers!