saponified (nice word for mixed with lye), olive, coconut and palm oils and super-fatted with sweet almond oil (a favorite of Jacqueline Kennedy by the way), and scented with grapefruit, bergamot and lime, half colored green with spirulina and dried peppermint sprinkled on top. It smells pretty darn good around here right now. I’ve got about 80 bars of soap, 4 different varieties in different stages of curing.
And my vegetable garden is coming along very nicely. I really really love my new home!
Glad you new place is working out. The soap looks great and so do the vegies!
Thank you! Just found my first zucchini! It was hiding under the leaves.
I love it! I will take one of each. They really came out great. I have never seen soap that looks so cool. I bet it smells great too
I’ve been using the peppermint one to wash my hair!! It’s awesome!
Q- always liked the word saponification. Lol
Just read on wiki about old oil paintings get soapy because of the oil saponifying with lead etc in the old paintings! Kind of cool.
Q – Oh, that is cool! Wonder if that’s what causes the whites to yellow?