Since I first started making soap, Hubby has used the glycerin soaps that I make from the premium melt and pour bases by Bramble Berry. The first time he used the soap, he noticed that his skin was less dry. He has been a fan ever since.
I was a big glycerin soap fan until I made my first batch of soap from scratch. Now I much prefer the soaps from scratch. I used to have to use lotion every day to keep my skin from feeling itchy and dry. Now I hardly ever need it.
I have friends who tell me that since they started using my soaps from scratch they don’t need much lotion either. I even take my own soap with me when we travel so I won’t have to use the hotel soaps. My skin feels softer and cleaner when I use soap from scratch. And of course I get to decide what goes into it; that’s a plus, too.
Back to Hubby’s soap. It’s quick and easy to make the glycerin bars for him. And I don’t have to package them! I can just toss them into a zipper bag and be done with it.
His favorite scent (meaning my favorite scent for him to use) is Blue Man from Bramble Berry. I usually make the bars with clear soap, but today I made them with the goat milk base, which is white. So instead of the usual vibrant blue, the soaps are a softer, muted blue. I used the same blue colorant for the soaps above and below. But the soaps above were made with the clear base, and the soaps below were made with the goat milk base.
Anyway, these should keep him supplied for a while. When these run out, I’ll happily make some more for him. That is, unless I convince him to prefer the soap from scratch in the meantime.
Next time I'll show you another soap from scratch that I made recently.
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