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What is Everyones favorite Soap Receipes?

Posted by dpinker1 (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 28, 05 at 18:36

I thought this would be fun to post the different ones then do the lotions, lip balms, etc. I'm new at this so thought it would give us all great idea's. One I did for xmas was with cinnamin. I put the sticks right in the mold and it looked awesome.

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RE: What is Everyones favorite Soap Receipes?

My favorite soap that I make is Monoi de Tiare. I make Cold Process soap and make it with Monoi Oil infused with the Tiare flower. It smells a lot like gardenia, and is heavenly. Expensive, but I love it!

RE: What is Everyones favorite Soap Receipes?

How much of everything do you put in? I made the cinnamom stick soap. Added the clear soap base, cinnamon oil and a dash of cinnamom powder. Layered the cinnamom sticks in a mold. Used 1/2 cup of the soap, 2 tb. water and 2 tb olive oil. Made my daughter the lavender soap by using the goat soap base. Added lavender oil, dried lavender which I grew this summer, vitamen E, grape seed oil and lavender water. It came out quite well.

RE: What is Everyones favorite Soap Receipes?

I made a cool grundgy soap Cinnamon/Peppermint I first made a bar of peppermint soap (used the EO) and cut it into chuncks, then made the cinnamon part using 1/2 clear & 1/2 white base added a little coco, cinnamon, oatmeal, and some cinnamon FO. As that was cooling I added the peppermint chuncks and poured it into a rubbermaid drawer organizer. It had a beautiful brown color from the coco. I gave it away as gifts, I placed a cinnamon stick on top and tied it with raffita.

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