Monthly Archives: September 2009

I have more Cyclomethicone Testing results for you. Today, I tested Bay Rum, Christmas Tree, Blowing Bubbles, Apple Jack, Apricot Freesia, Autumn Afternoon, Angel (type), Amber Romance (type), Brown Sugar & Spice, and Bayberry Fragrance Oils. Blowing Bubbles and Brown Sugar & Spice Fragrance Oils were not compatible as the […]

Cyclomethicone Testing, Part 3

Back in May, nordagirl asked a question on the Starting With Color post. “Is there any reason you couldn’t use this same process with the dropper bottles to mix oxides or ultramarines with glycerine? If it makes any difference, I’m making CP soap only at this point.” Unfortunately, glycerin is […]

Mulling Pigments

Thursday, I made three batches of soap with colors for making a confetti soap. Today, I’m going to grate and chop those batches to show you the difference between pieces and then use the pieces to make two separate batches of confetti soap. Collect needed supplies: Soap we made on […]

Confetti Soap, Part 2

I love playing with confetti, but I absolutely hate cleaning it up. Why not make a cold process Confetti Soap that embodies the joy of playing with confetti while keeping the mess to a minimum? Today, we will make the colored cold process soap for our confetti soap. I will […]

Confetti Soap, Part 1

We just released the Line Prevention Serum almost two weeks ago. This serum is amazing and you can add any extracts or fragrances and essentials that you desire. I can think of several possibilities for using different extracts and essentials to add to the line prevention serum. Mature Skin: Rose […]

Line Prevention Serum

Last week I started my Cyclomethicone Testing and I told you I would continue to post my results as I tested. Today, I tested Earth, Plumberry Spice, Rose, Soothing Chamomile, Toasted Coconut, and Tahitian Vanilla Fragrance Oils. Plumberry Spice and Tahitian Vanilla Fragrance Oils were not compatible as the fragrance […]

Cyclomethicone Testing, Part 2