Discussion in 'Recipe Feedback' started by Lateada, Oct 19, 2017.
So, is this because of the fragrance oil not being blended enough? Thank you..
Are you referring to the few Darker swirls?
So I'm confused. What is the "this" you're asking about? Your soap looks lovely!
If you want the best advice -- give us a better clue what you're concerned about, provide your recipe by giving all ingredients, all in weights, and explain your method.
Sorry, not a very clear pic...there is what looks like curdling or cracking in the white part of the soap..that is what I am curious about...
Recipe is 5% Avacado oil, 3% castor oil, 7% cocoa butter, 20% coconut oil, 20% olive oil, 25% palm oil, 10% Shea butter, and, 8% rice bran oil.... FO was NG ..Bite me
I was confused too... It looks awesome to me. Lol
I think Lateada may be referring to the "TD crackling" or 'glycerin rivers'. If so, we have plenty of threads that discuss the phenomenon. Here is one of them that also includes several links to other threads that discuss the issue: http://www.soapmakingforum.com/showthread.php?t=52111&highlight=crackle
PS- your soap is lovely, regardless.
Oh, thank you! I will look at those threads, and thanks for the compliments:bunny:
I love glycerin rivers! Lovely looking soap
Thanks everyone! That info helps me.
Its gorgeous Lateada, rivers and all!
I agree - beautiful soap! I love glycerin rivers too - and those are nicely balanced all through out the soap!
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