Saturday, 26 December 2009

Fantastic Cucumer Soap

When I first started making soap in the summer, I made cucumber soap. At this point I was not using the French Milling Process. What came out was nice. It was really great for the skin and everyone was happy.

But this time I wanted to do better:

When I made soap last night, I changed a few of my tecniques, wrote down what I did in my soap diary, and crossed my fingers. And look what I cut up today!

I am so impressed with the color of the soap - a gorgeous green color. And even though it hasn't finished curing, when I washed my hands after handling the soap and washed away the residue that was left on my fingers, that residue left my hands nice and soft.

I cannot wait until they are finished and ready to use!

9 comments:

kraplap said...

ohhhh it looks so yummy Nicole !

Dawn of LaTouchables said...

I'm a big fan of your soaps, and this one looks like it's going to land in my hands! That color is fantastic!

BlueTerracotta said...

Those look delicious!

maisy said...

ooh, this really looks yummy!

feyzadem said...

Wowww , looks yummy Nicole !!!

Rita alias alatvian said...

Happy to hear you are moving on and having fun! Good luck!

Kreativlink said...

Looks fantastic!

(La Cometa Lab.) said...

Oh, I admire your hard work... it's obvious that the result was amazing, it looks so good!!!

ingermaaike said...

Yet an other delicious soap!