Finished Cold Process Soap with Rose Hip Powder 9


Many of you have been clamoring for photos of the Cold Process Soap with Rose Hip Powder after it came out of the mold, so here are the finished results of this batch. As you can see, these soaps are beautiful. I used a bench knife to cut this into small bars.

Soap in the mold.

Soap in the mold.

Cutting the soap.

Cutting the soap.

Soap popped out of the mold.

Soap popped out of the mold.

All of the soap cut up.

All of the soap cut up.

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About Andee

I'm a twenty something soap snob. I've grown up with hand made soaps and I love them! I really like making lotions, soaps and perfumes. I adore mixing scents to come up with something new. My favorite scent is either Wicked or Cotton Candy. I tend to hoard fragrances, I even have an Earl Grey Tea from the MMS catalog. I won't tell you how old it is, but it sure is good!


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9 thoughts on “Finished Cold Process Soap with Rose Hip Powder

  • Jaellra

    That looks awesome! Could I achieve the same results with the Pink Kaolin Clay and the M&P soap? Or something similar. I ordered 5lbs of the white.

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    • Andee Post author

      Jaellra-
      Sure! Mix the soap into each other as cool as possible, and don’t forget the spritz of alcohol to prevent a skin from forming on top. It will help a great deal.

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  • jrdgarrett

    I have a shampoo bar recipe that I love. It contains Sweet Almond Oil, Canola Oil, Castor Oil, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, and Palm Oil. Made the way it is it brings the ph level to 7. According to my hairdresser I should aim for a ph level of 5.5 in shampoo. I have made it with Goats Milk and added baking soda because I understood that those two ingredients would help lower the ph but in fact, it raised it to 8. Is there an ingredient I could use that would lower the ph level? Any suggestions?

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    • Andee Post author

      jrdgarrett-
      Baking soda will raise the pH. Milk will lower it. I wouldn’t worry about targeting a 5.5 if you like the shampoo as it is. If you feel there is room for improvement, then there are other acidic items which can lower the pH. Something you have added is lowering it to a 7, if this is in fact what you are getting. Are you adding citric acid or some other ingredient that you have not listed?

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  • jrdgarrett

    No, that is all I’ve put in it. I will try the citric acid though…that makes more sense than the baking soda did.
    Thank you.

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      alinadel-
      This is not an ingredient you can use in soap making. You can use it with bar soap or paste soap or liquid soap, but this is a product you can use only after the soap is made. It is not an ingredient used to make soap.

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