Gardenia Soap | Cold Process Soap by Kilted Suds | Piped Soap

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Thank you all for watching. If you are interested in purchasing any of my soaps or body care products please join my Facebook Group! This is where you can keep up with all things i am making and when i will release my soaps for sale. Please join my BeScented facebook group for great supplies and Free recipes. You can also head straight over to my website to purchase soap making supplies along with supplies for lotions, bath bombs and all your bath and body care products. Supplies I use: This is an affiliate link to items I use often in the products I make. I do make a small commission if you purchase through my link. Free Recipe: 5% Castor Oil 10% Cocoa Butter 20% Coconut Oil 55% Olive Oil ( I prefer Rice bran but you can use either for a great soap) 10% Shea Butter Additives: (optional) 5% Cream (Subtract from water amount) 1 TBSP each per lb of oils Kaolin Clay Colloidal Oatmeal Goat Milk Powder Tussah silk for lye solution (small pinch will do, about the size of a pea) 1 teaspoon of color per lb of soap Hope you enjoy and happy soaping!!

Join me as I make Gardenia Soap, a favorite at Kilted Suds!
This fragrance has a tendency to move quickly, so I am going with some piping on top, rather than swirls inside.
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