Assorted Cold Process Soaps


Assorted Cold Process Soaps
Originally uploaded by midohana

I found this photo on Flickr tonight and immediately went weak in the knees at the luscious deep texture on the cold process soap. The soap artist went through a great deal of patient work to achieve the peaks and valleys in the tops of their soap. Beautiful, aren’t they?

 

7 Responses to “Assorted Cold Process Soaps”

  1. Joanna Schmidt says:

    Gorgeous. I bet that room smelled deeeee-lish!

  2. Anne-Marie says:

    Probably – I love the way Otion smells after we’ve made a fresh batch of soap.

  3. Kathrine says:

    Hi there. I think your site is amazing! Loads of valuable info and fun stuff!

    Regards
    Kathrine
    South Africa

  4. Zikhona says:

    I would like to try and make those peaks and valleys on my soap. Please can someone tell me how. Do I need to let my soap go through thick trace? Please advise.

    Regards
    Zikhona
    South Africa

  5. Lauren says:

    Bramble Berry isn’t working! Every page including the home page diverts to an error page of the catalog. Help!

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