Soap Care

Keep your soap out of water when not in use.

Let your soap dry thoroughly after each use.

Keep your soap in a soap dish that allows for drainage.

I try to keep my soaps standing upright in the shower (of course I have a six soaps in the shower).

Most soaps are ready after four to six weeks of curing (water evaporates out of the soap bar) but soaps such as Castile (100% Olive Oil) Soap could take up to 10 months to fully cure so these soaps need to stay air dried after each use.

Published by DMand Soap

I have been making soap for years and reading about cold process soap for years prior to actually attempting the process. Thankfully a local company, Wild Rose Soap Co, was giving classes. Now everything I have read made sense and I have been going strong ever since.

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