Post by WoodSpryte Farm/Tiffany on Dec 11, 2010 21:55:04 GMT -5
i have done it. its not bad... have to be careful how much you add because it traces FAST if you add too much. Im not sure I would waste the honey on it again. but not horriable.
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I do. I use probably about 1/4 cup right at trace. Make sure the honey is warm and liquidy or it won't mix in very well. I use it every time and I like it very much. I also use beeswax and I feel like the 2 add a nice very light scent to my soap. I do not use any EO or FO it's just totally plain.
Last Edit: Dec 12, 2010 15:53:13 GMT -5 by wacowgirl
I LOVE my honey soaps!It is a humectant. I use about 1 TBL ppo, and make sure its not crystalized. I add at trace, but it WILL heat up! Some people like to add to the lye water, to make sure it gets well mixed and doesnt weep, but I haven't had a problem and I do a no-gel with my milk soaps. I just get it into the freezer FAST
Living on a 250,000 acre working ranch, with a Jersey/Beef-X milk cow, sheep,rabbits, chickens and ducks, 2 Maremma Livestock Guardians, ranchhand husband and an English Shepherd who is in charge of it all.
Post by mamanaturale on Jan 4, 2011 13:25:46 GMT -5
will you soap making ladies please point me to a fairly straight forward tutorial on making soap? I have wanted to make milk soap for so long! pretty pretty please?
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