Worry about occasional tiny air bubbles?

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gsc

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When I cut my bars occasionally notice a small tiny air bubble that I obviously was not able to get out when I was finished pouring. Being that this is "handmade" soap should I still market the bar?
 

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Of course, bubbles are part of the handmade process and nothing to worry about.
 

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I wouldn't worry about bubbles. I sometimes get them with my wire multi cutter if I'm impatient and cut too soon. They add character. At least that's what I tell myself.
 

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Why worry? Celebrate what makes handmade soap distinct and beautiful! Those bubbles are not a flaw but part of the character and intrinsic value of a hand crafted art like soap.
 

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