This is my CP soap. I am so proud!divaxtrema said:Awe!! I love this so much!! Fantastic job!! What kind of soap do you make!
Fantastic job once again....I would like to try this with MP sometime...unfortunately MP is all I have done so far....
Thanks Paul!Soapmaker Man said:Kristin, they look fantastic! Did you use your new TOG mold?
Thanks, Spotts!spotts71 said:wow I love that soap!
The whole thing is scented with watermelon.spotts71 said:did you scent each layer different or did you scent the whole batch and just pull out the different amounts to color?
Yesspotts71 said:Did you allow it to gel?
For the pink, I used ultramarine pink with a pinch of red iron oxide. I added titanium oxide to make the white part more white, and I used green chromium oxide for the green...spotts71 said:If yes what type of color did you use to hold such a great color?
Not a problem at all!spotts71 said:wow sorry for all the questions? I just haven't had much luck with colors. Not giving up though!
Gel is allowing the soap to heat up by keeping it insulated to go through a gel phase before unmolding.PixieWick said:Fantastic !
What is gelling soap?
Yes, these are powders that I purchased from WSP. I purchased the oil-soluble version, so I mix the powder with a little bit of my oils from the pot and then I add this back to the batter after mixing the lye/water into the soap.spotts71 said:hey thanks for the info--- this may be a dumb question but are are those a powder type of color? Do you add them as powders or do you mix with oo or another type of oil then mix into soap?