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Melting soap ?

Posted by puzzlefan (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 24, 09 at 15:38

I think I found the answer in another post but just wanted to verify that I have things correct. My daughter brought me home some soap that she was given by her host family in Palestine. (olive oil soap) It is the first soap ever that I have used that has controlled my rosacea. I ordered some more from a free trade organization and wanted to share it with friends. The only "drawback?" is it is not attractive. If I grate it and add a little water, can I pour it in molds and have it reset? Is it best to do this over direct heat, double boiler, or crock pot?

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RE: Melting soap ?

Why does it have to be attractive? If it helps your rosacea, don't mess with it!!!

RE: Melting soap ?

The attractiveness is not a concern for me but I want to use the extra bars as gifts.

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