The almond meal in this soap makes a great exfoliant and helps boost the cleaning power of your soap. Chocolate and lavender makes a deliciously gourmet-foodie fragrance! Don't have any almond meal at home? Learn how to make your own almond meal and almond milk here!
This kit includes:
This kit is a little different than our other kits in that you can remove or get extra of each item in your shopping cart (and the price will adjust accordingly) before you check out. So you can just get what you need. Also please note that there are no printed instructions included with this kit, learn how to make this soap on the Soap Queen Blog here.
If you have never made soap from scratch before, please check out Anne-Marie’s four part series on cold process before trying this recipe. It is really important to understand how to work with sodium hydroxide (lye) so that you are soaping on the safe side.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Cassandra! I'm sorry this product wasn't your favorite. Good news, you don't need to line silicone molds! However, it does take longer to release your soap from the silicone mold, up to a week. To speed up this process, you can add 1 tsp. of
Sodium Lactate per pound of oils to your cooled lye water. I'll be emailing you personally to troubleshoot!
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