As some of you know I attend In-Cosmetics Global when possible (which is a leading event for personal care ingredients) and when it is held in France, well, it doesn’t hurt to add a little investigative tourism onto my work! Like many things, soap sales are aimed fairly and squarely at tourists in France, however, you do find pockets of hand crafted soap in the big commercial shops, or in a small shop where you can see the soaper has Continue reading “Soap Caves in France”
Indigo is one of the few natural botanicals that actually stays blue in Cold Process Soap. Although you can achieve a bluish colour from Alkanet root, it is very unstable in the high pH environment of Cold Process Soap and is likely to produce a grey or maroon coloured soap.
Time to get ready to make your other B&B products ready for Mother’s Day!
ATTENTION ALL NEW CP SOAPERS!
“So let me guess, you’ve come up with an amazing new creation that you’ve been dying to test out (with your newly purchased vanilla based fragrances of course) with the anticipation of a Cold Processed baby waiting to be born.
Hi Soapy lovers, Super Soaper Sally (SSS) here,
Now that you have all read the latest news report with the disturbing news on how our mould friends have been treated unfairly, it’s about time we get clued up on how we can care for our moulds the best way possible so they work at their best level and have a long and useful life.