I have had a tub of melt and pour goats milk soap base in my cupboard for sometime. It was almost as difficult to cut as the bigger melt and pour clear soap base.
Last week I made a lavender melt and pour soap base. I tried to use this to make some twirls and add the melt and pour goats milk b ase
My twirls weren’t the best but at least it was an attempt. I then placed them into the mold and sprayed them with alcohol
I forgot to take pictures of how the goats milk soap base looked on top of the lavender melt and pour twirls. I added Jasmine to the GM MP base and a Lemon Drop colour. This is the outcome
The twirls didn’t work out how I wanted them to. I won’t be attempting that again. But the soap is beautiful. The Jasmine works well. The colour of the soap is a pale yellowish colour just like Jasmine. The lavender patterns around the bottom and edges. Its a lovely soap. I’d probably find another way too mix colours in future.
This soap day discouraged me from sitting around munching. I almost had to force myself to eat lunch. However, one of the two Toffee crisps in my fridge didn’t make it. My cousin also a chocoholic called me and I associate her with chocolate. BUT proud to say I was satisfied just to eat one. The other has survived until today. I seem to be sticking to my one bar per-day regime.