Since I have yet to make my first soap, (yes, it’s been very busy around here), I am still exploring the wide world of Soap Making Supplies and accessories. So far, I know that you need fragrance oils, Carrier Oils, lye, coloring, and molds. I’ve seen all kinds of other things like mica and even soap add-ins like flowers, loofahs, and coffee beans.
In the short time that I’ve been learning about soap, I’ve seen some absolutely amazing creations. Many people are making layered soaps with swirls, some are making layered soaps with top layers that are clear and glittery. Some soaps are made for specifically for the eco-conscious. Others just leave me amazed and hungry, due to their striking resemblance to food.
I’ve seen some of the photos that you all post online that show your extensive shelves of soap making supplies and materials, and it’s truly baffling! Most of you gals (and guys!) have a LOT of stuff! I never knew soapmaking was such an ‘extreme’ craft, but apparently it’s overtaken many kitchens, spare rooms, and even garages.
This leads me to the question of the day: What Soap Supplies can you NOT live without?
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