Saturday, April 14, 2012

Soap Challenge 4 Alcohol Soap

Amy's Great Cakes Soapworks challenge this past week: make soap using alcohol.

Our Alcohol Soap in the mold.

And...action:



                                        

Patchouli Ale Vegan Luxury Soap
Shea butter retains skin moisture and elasticity
Grapeseed oil is known for its anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties.     
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9 comments:

Polly McNamara said...

What a lovely soap Michelle, the colour suits both the beer and the patchouli - gorgeous. And nice to put a face to the voice waves Hello xxx

Celine Blacow said...

Lovely lovely lovely! Great video and great to see you too!!

DandiCreations said...

Gorgeous looking soap!!!

Diana

Simple Pleasures Handmade Soap said...

That looks sooo creamy - love it!

Holly said...

It does look so creamy! I love the light color. I have come to love patchouli eo. I wish I could sniff this one!

Amy Warden said...

Wow, your video was really short - and very sweet! :) Glad your soap turned out so wonderfully - I do a patchouli beer bar as well, so I know how great it is!!

twobloomsdesignstudio said...

Polly,

Thanks, we were thinking the colour might be a lot darker but like it light as well. It may darken a bit more.

Celine,

Thanks :)

DandiCreations,

Thanks and welcome.

Simple Pleasures Handmade Soap,

Thank you.

Holly,

Yes Patchouli does seem to popular with some folks. I really like it too.

Amy,

Thank you, I was inspired by your video when you mentioned Patchouli as I've done Patchouli before just not with beer. We did have video glitches and it takes a lot bandwidth to upload so tried to keep it short and sweet.

Michelle

Carol said...

I love everything about your soap-the color, the scent, the shape, the design.... very nice!

LongLeafSoaps said...

Looks lovely! Love the vertical bar!