This soap is palm free and uses a swirling formula to be able to create this lovely effect. Using natural colours of calamine and cocoa and scented with cedarwood and clary sage essential oils 🙂
New batch of my sea breeze soap just sliced. Scented with rosemary and eucalyptus essential oils and covered in Himalayan salt to cleanse and detoxify the skin.
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For the green tea lovers ❤️
All natural ingredients.
Illustration of my falling feather soap 🙂
Illustration of my recent bee soap 🙂
This is my first attempt at making soap using soap dough. My design came from a typical Roman fruit centrepiece and so included red and green grapes, figs, pears and berries but with a golden pear 🙂
The formulation (#4 soap challenge club) incorporated milk, which was the first time I have used milk in any of my soaps. I used a lot of natural colourants, some of which are nettle root powder, green clay, matcha powder, charcoal to name just a few. There is also a delicate touch of gold leaf on the pear 🙂
This soap is quite different to any soap I’ve made before and, as such, I have learnt a new skill, which I will develop and make new soap designs.