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  • #19696
    BelindaSK
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    I was reading a while back on the Soap Making Forum about making whipped soap and cream soap. Maybe I am confusing the two?? I know one you had to let “rot” similar to a CP cure time. There’s so many different ways to make soap it all gets a little confusing after a while!

    I know what you mean about sticking your finger into it! It looks very fluffy and yummy! I’d want to do that too if it was right in front of me. But, I’ve licked soap before, doing a zap test, and noooooo!!! Yucky yucky gross!!

    #19698
    Cynnara
    Participant

    That’s so gorgeous! I want to make that! Foaming soap. Ooooh! *sigh* You all are contributing to the delinquency of a Cyn.

    #19705
    BelindaSK
    Participant

    We may need to develop a twelve step program for you, Twin!!😜

    #19718
    Cynnara
    Participant

    At least twelve steps. Might be more depending on the kinds of soaps I find.

    #19721
    Marie
    Keymaster

    Beautiful lemon meringue soap! I love it 😀

    #19726
    SimplyShe
    Participant

    so my understanding is the cream soap was a base for the whipped soap. You add the stearic acid and whip it and then add your fragrance and clay and whip it more 🙂 I don’t know what else you use cream soap for? ITs’ still frothy today, so I’m thinking it will hold it 🙂

    #19745
    Cynnara
    Participant

    Yes! I found a cream whipped soap recipe I understand! Lol
    This is awesome!

    https://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/whipped-cream-soap It explains the process, though not amounts. But at least I comprehend the way it works now. I want this. It would make amazing body scrubs with sugar or salt.

    Then I found a recipe! Well, two really. And the rotting thing is explained too.

    Tutorial: The Best Wet Shaving Soap Recipe

    http://nizzymoulds.com/Cream%20Soap.htm

    Then I searched the Hive archives and sure enough, Marie had kindly done a recipe to make it even easier. 😁

    DIY Whipped Soap Base

    Yup, I’m putting this in the want pile. This is growing way bigger than I thought!

    #19751
    Penny
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    Ah yes. I have been scratching my head today thinking that Marie had posted or did she? I know she did. Are you sure? No really. She did? Then why can’t you remember for sure? Yes, welcome to one of the many conversations going on up there.

    I did try the whipped/cream soap a while back! But it turns out my KOH doesn’t like me. And after many batches, decided to go cp soap only.

    But it looks like such fun!

    #19772
    BelindaSK
    Participant

    There are so many different ways to do a soap recipe, just when you think you’ve read them all, yet another way to do soap pops up! Twin, you will drive yourself mad with this!!

    #19842
    SimplyShe
    Participant

    Beautiful soaps
    Is this where I would post this? My lemon merangue pie to coordinate with my lemon merangue soap (it floats in the tub like a little cloud 😀 ) and My bubblebars for fun today, just because I wanted to learn how.

    • This reply was modified 5 years, 7 months ago by SimplyShe.
    #19844
    BelindaSK
    Participant

    Awesome! Those bubble bars turned out really good!! And now I’m hungry again for lemon meringue pie! I love that your little lemon pie soaps float!! Those are just the cutest!

    #19845
    SimplyShe
    Participant

    I’m kinda proud of my bubble bars ;P I wonder how much they cost to make? They look like something one might buy…..say….at LUSH? hehehe

    #19846
    BelindaSK
    Participant

    They look JUST like the ones at Lush! You should be proud of how well they turned out! They look awesome!

    #19854
    Cynnara
    Participant

    Those are on the list too. You are so making this list long! But I want to make swirls. Swirls, layered, and pie soaps.

    #19864
    BelindaSK
    Participant

    Right now, I just want to make pie….lemon meringue pie!! Mmmmmmm!

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