This online video tutorial is all about how to make perfectly swirled Cold Process Soap. Clocking in at over 13 minutes, this is a longer, more detailed version of SoapQueen.TV than you’ve seen before. In this video, Christy Rose from KB Shimmer joins Anne-Marie on the set of Soap Queen TV. Together, they show you all of the secrets to making beautifully swirled soap in our 18 bar Baltic Birch Slab Mold.
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Please note that before making the soap in this video you should be comfortable making basic batches of cold process soap. This is definitely an advanced technique, so if you haven't made CP soap before you must watch and practice the recipes in my basic Cold Process soapmaking video series (it's free!). Or you can read and practice from one of my favorite books The Soapmakers Companion by Susan Miller Cavitch or The Everything Soapmaking Book by Alicia Grosso.
To make the soap in this video you will need:
Ingredients: 29.4 oz Olive Oil 16 oz Palm Oil 12.8 oz Coconut Oil 3.8 oz Cocoa Butter 1.9 oz Castor Oil
20.7 oz Distilled Water 8.9 oz Lye (Sodium Hydroxide)
2.5 oz. Lemon Essential Oil 1.5 oz. Lavender 40/42 Essential Oil 1/2 tsp Ultramarine Blue Pigment 1/2 tsp Ultramarine Violet Pigment 1/2 tsp Yellow Oxide
18 Bar Baltic Birch Mold
Tools: 2 heat safe, non-reactive containers 3 small, non-reactive containers for colors Stick BlenderMini Pigment Mixer Small Spatulas Wooden Skewers
Safety Gear: Gloves Goggles Apron Long sleeve shirt and pants
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