Making Whipped Cream Soap (Easy shortcut) from Melt and Pour Base?
I was intrigued by a forum post years ago that said oft, fluffy whipped cream soap can actually be created through melt-and-pour bases - just with a combination of oils and water, and whipped with a stick beater when hot until it resembles the thick fluffy consistency of cream.
Sounds like an unbelievable way to do it without the curing process - the soap is ready when cooled!
How true is that? The problem as I understand with MP bases is that they eventually harden into bars (adding more Vit E oil or Olive oil makes it quite oily and unstable) and I want to keep the consistency as thick fluffy cream that acts as a shaving soap too, highly fragranced and yet washes off without the oily feel.
Has anyone tried this "cheat" method before? Answer:
I'm afraid I haven't any experience with this so I can't help but hopefully someone else will be able to lend some advice.
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