How did your soap turn out? I make Rosemary Spearmint soap and just use EO's (2 oz of each) and toss in some dried Rosemary if I add botanicals.Made my 1st batch ever of soap. My mother and I sat down and decided what we wanted in it. Hopefully we did this right. We pick fresh rosemary and put it in a cockpot and cooked it for several hours with (1 batch had olive oil other batch had coconut oil) Strange greeny color once it had cooked for awhile. This was used in the soap. Not sure how long till we will be able to use it?
Someone is a soap lover in your circle. I give away much of my soap or trade it for other goodies. I'm too lazy to work hard and sell my soap. I make it once a year and haven't bought commercial soap in 25 years.I did a stock check today. Amazing how many bars just disappear with no trace
I haven't heard of dehydrator sheets' where can I find it Id like to use it' I'm tired of making liners for each loaf. Your soap is beautiful.Did the SMF Nov Challenge today, and let's just say, it was a good learning experience! Thankfully, I got to have fun with the leftover batter to make a nice loaf with multi-colored soap balls inside (made from shreds), and pretty swirls on top. Scented with Volcano type from California Candle Supplies. No discoloration, ricing, or acceleration and very strong at 3.5%. Also used some dehydrator sheets to make a reusable mold liner. I stink at lining with freezer paper! View attachment 51918
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These are my favorite ones; they are a little pricier than others, but their surface is completely smooth. Some of the less expensive ones have a bit of a woven texture to them, which is not ugly, but not always what I want on the sides and bottom of my soaps.I haven't heard of dehydrator sheets' where can I find it Id like to use it' I'm tired of making liners for each loaf. Your soap is beautiful.