I have never tried making a salt soap before, but I have recently read so much about the benefits of sea salt that I was really content that my next challenge was to create a sea bar. Internet is really a great thing when it’s about gathering info and thanks to some blogs, I gathered the necessary info and I was ready to try this special soap. And of course, Amy’s recipes helped me a lot to understand what would be the best for a soap containing salt. My first try was a white rose with 100% salt of oils, made of 80% coconut oil and 20% castor oil, using an individual mold. My second try was with less salt (75%) , and the same quantities of oils and I have cut it after 1h of baking in the oven. For the colour, I used spirulina which I simply adore and I decorated my soap with some Himalayan salt
I can only say that I can’t wait to try this salt bar!
Thank you Amy for giving us this opportunity of learning about salt soaps.