Saturday, August 18, 2012

Luxury Soap Cut

Because this was an ungelled soap, it took an extra day to set up and cut. I'm really happy with the natural color from the milks, oils and butters, with just a hint of a swirl from the pearly white mica:


























PS - Is Photobucket down for everyone or just me? I haven't been able to access it for about 3 days, and I'm really missing it :(

PPS - My blog might be quiet this week, I've been commissioned to make a Lightning McQueen birthday cake for a little friend of mine....wish me luck, I'm going to need it!!!

12 comments:

  1. I never had a doubt that it would be so nice and creamy. The colours are beautiful,as well and now I got a picture how the pumpkin/ whipping cream soap had been topped! Great job!

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    1. Thanks Maja! Yes, that's exactly how I did the tops on the pumpkin soap too =)

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  2. The subtle swirls turned out so lovely! I shall have to give this fluffy topping of yours a try!

    p.s. Good luck with the cake, vroom vroom!

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    1. Thank you so much Laura, and thanks for the good luck wishes for the cake...I'm a little nervous wondering if I can pull this off!

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  3. The cut bars look great, Cee Gee! I like the creamy colors and the textured tops. Best of luck with the cake!

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  4. As I don't know better place for sharing my impression about this soap, I will post it here.
    A few days ago,the 'Luxury soap' I had won in Cee's poll, finally arrived! After almost two months,long journey across the half of the world and who knows how many countries along the way, it finally showed up!
    As for me,it was worthwhile waiting!
    It looks exactly like in this picture,but what you don't know is it's smooth, flawless texture and fine, discrete, subtle scent,which makes you sniff and sniff again. I'm not good at describing scents,so you better believe Cee's description.
    Under the shower: when I first rubbed it between my palms, it took it a while to make the lather. I could say by it's creaminess it's made with milk. Then,I rubbed it on my bath puffy and people,that was the richest, the longest lasting, the most wonderful lather you had ever seen!
    It felt like silk on the skin and I could bet there was silk in it. I know it doesn't contain silk,but Cee could freely have labeled it without anyone doubting it.
    I will keep enjoying my soap thanks to Cee who didn't spare neither money,nor effort to send it to this far destination! Her passion for soaps has no limits and I'm so grateful to have known her!

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  5. Oh Maja, you brought the biggest smile to my face with your lovely review…I am soooo happy you are enjoying it so much! Thank you so much for taking the time to share this! :D

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  6. I'm the one who is thankful!
    :)

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  7. Oh yes,I forgot to write it had a label with little flowers attached with little zircons in the middle. Adorable! Luxury!
    But,aside of that,what really matter is its texture,shape,scent and above all its 'under the shower' sensation!

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  8. Hi there. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe. I would love to make this soap for my cousin is diabetic and tends to have a very dry skin. I have 4 lbs mold and can you please tell me how to double this recipe? Thank in advance

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  9. Hi there. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe. I would love to make this soap for my cousin is diabetic and tends to have a very dry skin. I have 4 lbs mold and can you please tell me how to double this recipe? Thank in advance

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