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Tip of the Day Archive
Adding a small amount of Vitamin E Oil to your salt or sugar scrub will extend the life of the other oils you use. Don't forget to add a little LiquaPar Optima (preservative) too, as water will likely be introduced if your scrub is used or stored in the shower.
Use our online Conversion Calculator! It's free! It's easy! Converts most liquid and dry measures we use in soap- and lotion-making every day!
When making soap from scratch (This does not apply to melt and pour soapmaking) -- Always add the lye to the water. NEVER pour water into the lye. Pouring water into lye can cause a dangerous, volcano-like reaction and cause serious injury.
Vanilla discolors melt-and-pour glycerin soap. Even in small amounts, such as those found in many fragrance oils, vanilla can turn your finished product brown--in shades ranging from beige to burnt umber. Control discoloration in your M&P recipes with a stabilizer, such as TherapyGarden™ Vanilla Tamer™.
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