Is it possible?⁉
TIPS will help you create beautiful patterns in your natural Soap!🌸 Press ❤ & keep on reading⬇⬇⬇
🌼use oils, which will not thicken the trace 🌼soap at T over 80 and be prepared for the volcano. 🌼keep the soap covered during all the time 🌼do not make water discount ( you can but it would require a bit more experience) 🌼do not stir the soap, it will help you avoid crumbles.
➡Try to make soap as liquid as possible from the first step & do not break nice texture with colorants or scents.
To make your soap more fluid:
🌼add yogurt into the wax, before adding colorants & SF 5% of the oil weight. 🌸add vinegar after yogurt and give soap time to rest 🌼better to choose liquid colorants( such as juices, teas or powders mixed with water) 🌼avoid adding salt/clay to the soap if it is your first trail 🌼add colorants with a bit of hot water to avoid crumbles.
To create swirls in Hot Process Soap is more. Complicated then in Cold Process, but possible!
Give it a try! 💙
favorite Number 5 is my favourite!❗ 1☘Sunflower oil instead of Vitamin E. Sunflower oil is naturally high in Vitamin E and has other nutrients that are good for your skin. 2☘Mix powdered herbs/pigments with oil. There will be fewer lumps than if you use water. 3☘Add a small amount of beeswax to prevent soda ash, or use plastic wrap on top of the new soap before you close it for the first rest period. 4☘Warm-up honey before adding to soap. Cold honey will congeal and possibly stay in clumps. 5☘️ Prepare your additives in advance, as your soap may be ready sooner than you expect. Leaving soap on the heat too long can make it too sticky and thick. 6☘Donate imperfect bars to a homeless shelter or food bank. 7☘Save up all your soap making towels and blankets for one laundry load. No need to use detergent – they already have soap on them. 8☘Sniff some coffee before checking the scent in your soap a final time. Coffee will clear your nose and give you a true sense of the scent 9☘Have fun! Don’t get caught up in making the perfect bar. You might miss out on something good.