Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Unscented Camo

 
Since hunting season is just around the corner the hubby requested for an unscented handmade soap for hunters.  Today, I made this unscented camouflage soap for our game seekers.  This contains Coconut oil, Olive oil, Rice Bran oil, Palm oil, Mango butter and Castor oil.
 
I cut the soap straight and crinkle.  The hubby likes the look of crinkle cut.  I have both cutters so I cut them both ways.
 
 
Colors used were titanium dioxide, activated charcoal, woodland green and cappuccino mica.  This batch was made using a soaping process without waiting for the lye/water solution to come to lower temperature.  Usually I soap at 100 degrees, some soapers soap at room temperature and this time this was hot.  It did turn out and I am happy with the colors.
 
 
Happy Hunting!

Video below is the making of the soap:


Below is the cutting of the soap video:

4 comments:

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    1. Thank you soapsudsations. I did nail the colors in this batch. I love looking at your soaps too. You are one of my inspirations.

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  2. Fantastic camo.....love the colours, & thank you for the video. Usually I prefer straight cut soap but on this occasion I like the crinkle cut better - either way, this looks a great soap!
    Jo

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    1. Thank you Jo. I am liking both crinkle and straight so I now have both cuts with some of my batches.

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