Soap made of castor oil, grapeseed oil, coconut oil, olive oil, shea butter, palm oil, almond oil, Eucalyptus Citriodora essential oil , zinc oxide. I have used an ingredient which I have never used before and which gave the soap this rustic dark grey colour. For the upper layer I used some oxid zinc.
The one who guesses first the ingredient I used, receives a bar of this soap!Here are some hints:
One of the oldest condiments known to man
Tomorrow I will reveal some more hints!
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Is it fuller’s earth clay?
No, Traci! It’s been a while I have seen you 🙂
I has been a while :). My ‘day job’ got very busy and I had to set soap aside for a while. I’m planning to have more soap available in the Spring/Summer season. I can’t wait to hear what your additive was.
Welcome back then, Traci! Can’t wait to see you news soaps!
Sapunul arata foarte frumos. Felicitari, ai realizat 2 culori deosebite. Ai folosit ghimbir?
Nu, nu e ghimbir! Mai astept sa te gandesti … merci pt participare!
N-am facut nici un sapun care sa aiba culoarea asta. Asa ca abia astept sa vad cine descopera misterul.
Dead Sea Salt?
None of those… sorry! thanks for participating!
Buna Natalia! Imi plac ghicitorile tale…sunt chiar dificile 🙂 o fi susan negru?
Felicitari, Liza, ai castigat!
dead sea mud
Thank you Nicole! The correct answer was black sesame! 🙂
I’m late for playing guess game,but I cannot stop by to say how beautiful soap you made,Nat. Look at this wave line and wonderful peaks! Love this soap,no matter if it was black sesame or whatever!
I have trying forever and finaly went to another computer. Oldest condiment i can think of is sesame but I dont know about the color… hmmm
Oh darn, I missed this Nat! But what a great looking soap…is the darker color from sesame oil or seeds? Love the stamps too, the snail one is adorable! 😀
Cee, the dark color comes from sesame seeds :).
Que jabón tan natural!! me gusta mucho Natalia.