As I have never tried before to create a soap based on beer, I was very curious what this challenge would bring me. I followed the same process as with milk soap.
Seeing the result at first sight I was very enthusiastic: the colour worked out really nice. While I was already thinking of the next soaps I was back with two feet on earth when I tried to cut my soap … not easy at all…
After not having touched the soap for 24h , it became easier to cut.
I like this first beer soap (made of coconut oil, palm oil, olive oil, shea butter, bay laurel powder) which has the scent of ylang-ylang, eucaliptus and pine .
Thanks Amy for this lovely challenge!
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What a beautiful soap! Que c’est joli!
Foarte frumos ti-a iesit, imi place foarte mult si bucatelele galbene de la baza sapunului dau o nota interesanta per ansamblu !
Iti multumesc Geta! Doar ca nu se vad prea bine, nu stiam ca acel verde dat de pudra de dafin isi va schimba nuanta 🙂
It looks very nice, Natalia!! Did you also make a cocoa powder line between layers? Your scent blend sounds so different – makes me very curious about how it smells!! Great job!
What a great soap. I love your pencil line and the definition it adds!
arata foarte bine si aceasta ultima creatie a ta:) cum am mai spus, tot ce incerci, iti iese bine:) tine-o tot asa:)
J’aime bien ton contraste de couleurs. Ca en jette vraiment ces savons avec ligne !
Merci pour ta synergie d’HE 😉
on dirait du nougat !! j’aime tes savons ..
ps: j’en ai commandé chez princesse des neiges quelle belle douceur … toi tu en vends ?
I love the different layers. It sound like it smells great too.