Transport yourself to the seaside of a breezy Mediterranean village with this #HomeSpa Pink Himalayan Sea Salt tutorial. Skin-loving Shea Melt and Pour base combines with scrubby Pink Himalayan Salt to create a bar that is both moisturizing and exfoliating. One thing to be aware of, this bar does not lather well because of the high amount of salt, but it is sensual and luxurious.
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Reply from Bramble BerryHi Kat! I'm sorry this kit wasn't your favorite. It is such a fun project – and with melt and pour, nothing is ever a waste. After all, beauty is in the eye of the beholder and remelting is always possible with melt and pour. =) If melt and pour soap is overheated, it can solidify more quickly and have a skin on it. Heating on 15-30 second bursts can help prevent overheating but if you can, try it out again. The bars may not look exactly the way you want with so much melting and remelting but at least you’ll be able to salvage the product. =) I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this further!
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Sarah of Spicy Pinecone creates gorgeous cold process soap that demonstrate a wide range of techniques, colors and design elements. Her passion for bath and beauty is evident in each creation, which are beautifully presented and photographed. Sarah shares her soaping making on her YouTube channel, which has more than 80 fun and informative videos. Read on to […]
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