3.8.08

to bathe preserative free


every one in this family has skin problems. both mr s.a.s.c and myself can blame our parents, but my three blame us....so i was delighted to read about hand made soap over here....whilst i have played around with making soap before, the receipes have all been very involved, so i was delighted to read this being so easy and decided to give it a go..... this is batch number one, and straight from the receipe, batch number two is in the mould...it is olive oil and lavender, both good for healing the skin..... next time i am going to use oat milk instead of dairy milk to make it milder.....this is very cheap to make, and lots of fun....just wish i had some nice moulds instead of a plastic container so the bars could have some groovy shape...i have to wait a week for the bars to dry before i can use them....maybe they will be so good for the skin i will look 10 years younger...

4 comments:

kirsten said...

and i would recommend letting it dry even longer - will harden and last longer the drier the bar is.
i am going to investigate that link - looks wonderful and fun to make with a creative 5 year old. :)

Kate said...

It feels really nice to use - think I will have to try some cold pressed soap next.

t does wool said...

thanks for sharing the link...something else wonderful to try!

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