When the first two thin layers are set and the striping is to your satisfaction, cover and zap the small container of white soap for 30 seconds or so. When heated add one dropper of Gardenia Fragrance and blend well.
Cover and set nearby.
Before pouring your white layer into your mold lavishly spray one cavity 5-6 times with rubbing alcohol covering all exposed surfaces in the mold and immediately pour in about 2 tablespoons of white soap and roll the mold around until ALL the white soap seeps into the crevices (i.e., the stripes you created with the fork and cleaning tool). It doesn’t matter at this point how ugly a mess you think you’ve created or how thick and blobbed your white soap is – it will just add character to the bar as it is used. Use the scraper tool to replace any spilled soap into the container it originated from.
Let the white layer set for at least 15 minutes, then reheat your large container of black sea moss soap if needed (not too hot), spray one cavity at a time and fill quickly with black until all cavities are filled. Click here if you missed how to make the black color on Day Two. It’s the first paragraph. Pour the black soap now. It should be cool enough to not melt the first few layers after cooling for 15 minutes.
Notice the poised Rubbing Alcohol Spritzer. This ensures that layers will stick together and that there will not be unsightly bubbles on your finished soap.
After the soaps have cooled (for at least 4 hours), you can cover the cooled soaps still in the mold with plastic wrap and turn detail side up in your freezer under the blower for 3 minutes then pull out and give one quick firm push to each cavity. Check back tomorrow for the final reveal photos.