CP+MP = Magma Soap

I have never tried  to make a MP soap, but when Amy  from Great Cakes Soapworks wrote on her blog about the challenge of mixing CP and MP technique, I thought it would be interesting for me to give it a try. The tutorials given by Anne –Marie and  Amy  was a great help, I followed their steps  but using my own recipe. For my soap I had ¼ MP soap which I coloured with rose ochre  and ¾ CP soap which I divided in 3 different parts: a white part, an indigo part and a part coloured with a little bit of indigo and red ochre.  The technique I used was the layers technique .

Ingredients: coconut oil, castor oil, palm oil, olive oil, cacao butter, almond oil, MP base, water, Patchouli essential oil, Italian Rose Ochre,  Indigo.

It was fun trying this Magma Soap, I wasn’t  aware that it was possible trying MP and CP soap until …today 🙂

Thank you Amy for hosting this original challenge.

17 Comments Add yours

  1. Marga says:

    Dat ziet er super uit! gr,

  2. Maja says:

    I haven’t tried M&P yet,but that’s only because I cannot buy any soap base here. It’s really interesting what effect can be achieved combining those two techniques.
    You got so nice colours,I like how indigo turned out in both portions (neither indigo can find here) and the layers are so ‘chique’.
    Beautiful soap,Nat!

  3. Gordana says:

    What a beautiful soaps! I like the colors and swirling. Dear Natalia, you did a great job!

  4. Cee says:

    I’m hoping to try this too in the next few days, yours turned out so cool Natalia!

  5. Julia says:

    Very beautiful! I love your swirls!

  6. julicu says:

    Foarte frumos sapunul, si tehnica interesanta. Felicitari!

  7. Amy Warden says:

    Just gorgeous!! I love how these turned out! Wasn’t it fun?? 🙂

  8. Infusions says:

    A great idea and beautiful realization!

  9. vert.citron says:

    il est superbe!! mais je n’ai pas bien compris: tu as utilisé le marbrage a la cuillere et puis quoi d’autre (l’anglais et moi ca fait 2, oui je sais c’est la honte)

    1. mijnzeep1 says:

      J’ai modifié, Mélanie!
      C’est plutôt la technique multicouche que j’ai utilisée 🙂

  10. Your soap turned out so great, Natalia! I love your take on it and how you made it your own. Thanks for the shout-out! 🙂

  11. Pam says:

    Natalia your soap turned out lovely. A nice even flow to your lava and perfect colors too!

  12. Jenny says:

    Your Magma soap is gorgeous, Natalia! I will have to try mixing M&P and CP one day. Bravo!

  13. Ruth Esteves says:

    Those layers turned out so nice! Love your colors.

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