Hot Process Confetti Soap

I’d like to say this soap turned out just as I imagined it, but that would be an understatement.


I wanted to make something special for a lady who’s been very supportive of my soaps. She wanted two different batches for variety and I decided on a Confetti Soap for one of them. {and if you were wondering the other batch had poppy seeds for a little scrubbiness and visual impact}.

Instead of grating up the coloured soaps {teal, pink, brown, copper, African black soap} , I decided to crumble them in rough chunks. The last time I grated, the soap noodles melted right into the hot soap, leaving everything a strange muddled up colour. This soap will stay pretty till the last sliver.

I stirred the soap crumbles in right after fragrancing with a blend of Fresh Cut Roses and BRV, an interesting combination in itself. If only I had enough foresight to make enough to keep a couple for myself *sighs*

Yogurt Spa Salt Soap

I introduced a lady to salt bars early last year and since then she’s enjoyed many different variations and additives. This time I had some homemade Greek style yogurt on hand so I replaced half the water content with that.


This is the bar I saved for myself after trying out the lather. You’d think after a while this would be redundant for a soap maker… but the LATHER was awesome ❤ ❤ ❤ like a thick cleansing creme in a bar, leaving behind clean pores and smooth feeling skin. I didn’t even mind that I was bathing with cold water (not by choice I tell you!) it made it all the more invigorating.

Fragranced with Black Raspberry Vanilla,  there's nothing not to love about this truly spa-like indulgence. If you’ve never tried a spa salt bar, you really are missing out 😉