Experiment 1: Simple Vertical Split

Loofah Soap

About a year ago Soap Queen did a tutorial on making a Loofah Soap.  It has been a great seller for me.  I’ve altered it a bit to make it in a 5lb loaf mold and use the combination of Moroccan Mint Fragrance and Mangosteen Fragrance.  The hardest part is getting a clean layer between the two.  Normally it never comes out quite perfect.

The vertical mold has a center divider that  I thought would be really good for getting an even split and perfectly straight line!  It worked like a charm!  Look at this soap!  Love!

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Stay tuned for tomorrow!  I’m going to do some more playing around with the middle divider.  And Thursday I’ll be experimenting with embeds!!


5 Responses to Experiment 1: Simple Vertical Split

  1. Jenny says:

    The loofah soap is beautiful, Jennifer! I just got BB’s vertical mold, too, and I love it. It makes such clean lines and it’s so easy to use. Looking forward to seeing more of your experiments!

    • Jennifer says:

      The Vertical mold is fun! I want to try a in the pot swirl with it and spoon swirl too to see what type of results i get!

  2. Cee says:

    I just love the difference in color and texture between both sides of that bar! You are Jenny are making me crave that vertical mold sooo much! Can’t wait to see your other experiments!

  3. Great use of the vertical mold in this super cute natural looking soap! Thanks for the shout-out 🙂

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