Remember a few days ago I posted that I was having trouble with my soap? I had an issue that the top would be sticky and had grainy sand like particles in it? As a matter of fact I posted a close up picture in the mold and was looking for suggestions as to what could have gone wrong. Well I think I have come to the conclusion that it is the recipe I was using. I was using a recipe that was 30% coconut, 30% palm and 30% olive oils totaling 90% and 10% was rice bran oil. I think that the percentages were too high so I added another oil and the soaps so far seem to not be sticky. But back to this soap. Here is the picture I posted in the mold.
Well good thing I did not throw it in the trash. Just proves the saying do not ever just a book by it's cover! Look what was hiding underneath that grainy layer of soap! A beautiful swirl pattern! I am so pleased with the way this came out. There will be directions coming soon on how I did this. So make sure to follow me on Facebook, Follow my blog or try to remember to check back shortly for the details. I will be writing them up and sharing them with you. I would love to hear your comments on this soap!
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