Orange Cream turned out perfectly, the Rosemary-Mint natural clay colorant batch was also a success, then a restock of a past favorite, Caribbean Sands was done and it was a win, so I guess the only thing left to do now that's really new is to throw in a Salt Bar batch. I've done that only once before but I'm embarrassed to say it's been years and I hoarded them to myself. It was a very small batch, to be honest since it was a first run, you didn't miss much!
I have the recipe for the bars, the fragrance, the color and a lovely Himalayan Pink Salt in a fine grind texture, so I'm ready to go as soon as time permits. I'm really looking forward to making these and there will be several different shapes since I only buy one of each type of silicon mold (mainly because they're pricey!) so there will be a variety of shapes to choose from and the batch size will allow several of each design. It will be fun making these again and hope you'll enjoy trying them out if you're a fan of Salt Bars. BTW, the scent is another beauty one I used last year in a standard bar called Charleston.
Hi and welcome to the Bubble Lab! I'm Neecy, aka Dee (Denise) Gunter. I'm the solo maker of Neecy's Necessities, which has been around since 2010. I'm a certified advanced soap maker and member of Hand Crafted Soap and Cosmetics Guild as well as a member of Indie Business Network. I'm an adventurous soap maker, frequently trying new things to make things even better yet I know when to stop when it's just fine as is.Follow along with my work in the lab in Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest.