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Keep your exfoliants in suspense
When exfoliants like apricot kernel meal are stirred into melted soap and poured immediately, they tend to sink to the bottom of the mold, giving you more exfoliant on one side of the finished product than on the other -- which may be desirable.
If you want your dry ingredient suspended more evenly throughout the soap, continue stirring to allow the soap to cool slightly and thicken before pouring.
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