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How to get your soap colors just right
Concerned about using too much soap colorant and ending up with stains on towels or skin? Here's a simple test: Work up some lather and, if the lather is white, you're OK.
If you detect color in the lather, there's still an easy fix: more soap! Melt an equal amount of soap base and mix the two batches together. If your soap lacks the depth of color want, you can now start adding small amounts of colorant again.
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