a few soaps i tried this weekend.
this is my kitchen sink soap. it’s made with avocado-cucumber base and a citrus antibacterial soap. it smells divine
this is one of my favorites. its a clear glycerin base with one of my favorite Victoria Secret scents with added dried lavender. i do not recommend adding dried goodies to your soap, they turn a funky brown and if you put them in clear glycerin, its just ugly. i remelted my original, added some goat’s milk base with added purple coloring and it worked out much better.
another Victoria Secret scent added to a clear glycerin base and a couple of silk flowers. i wish you could smell this. it just makes me happy.
one for the feet, one for the face. the orange soap has a foot scrub added, peach coloring in an avocado-cucumber base.
The white one is amazing. I added a combination of two face cleaners both with silicic acid… one a scub, one creamy added to a goat’s milk base. no color, no fragrance. Its soft and it lathers so so nice.
Cristi’s masterpiece. “the eye”. we did layers of a pink soap scented with citrus shower gel and the purple is the same scent but stronger in a goat’s milk base. we layered them so we could keep a consistent purple “eye” in the middle. this process will take a bit more practice. this soap is about 5″ long… I just love the shape!
this is a seriously cool soap. i added coffee grounds to a glycerin base with vanilla and berry scents. the coffee fell to the bottom of both soaps. i put them together so i have a double sided scrub. i crave brownies and mocha all the time now.
fun with barbie boots in a clear glycerin base with pink sparkly coloring. Scented with lavender.
i had to try a shaving soap when i had the idea to make curved soap to slide on my legs to shave with. i will use better base and ingredients when this works out. but i have to say, this one is pretty freaking sweet!
this is the basic mold set up:
i added a little water (thanks for the suggestion Cristi) to help hold the water bottle down into the soap I pre-poured into the dish. it looks messy here, but it cleaned up nicely.
added a little scented lotion
and some coconut oil
and mixed in a little purple coloring
out of the mold:
trimmed up and ready to use 🙂
- strips of material. I used flour sack towels
- a medium-sized plastic container with lid
- your fabric softener (recipe here)
- boiled water
mix 4 parts fabric softener to 10 parts boiled water. pour over your cloth in the container. if you added the water while its hot, leave container open until it cools.
wring out your cloth before adding to the dryer.
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- 1/3 cup liquid fabric softener (recipe here) … maybe a little extra
- 1/3 cup white vinegar… maybe a little less
- 1/3 cup boiled water
mix the ingredients in your re-puposed spray bottle, always shake before spraying your wrinkled wears. wipe down the material with your hand, shake it a little, whatever works… this stuff is my HERO! so so so glad i don’t have to spend real money on this anymore. that $10 bottle just cost me a little over a quarter.
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