Yellow of Combodia Soap

I had almost forgotten about this challenge but then I discovered in the shop where I use to buy my lye an ingredient which drew my attention: yellow of Cambodia (Gutta gummi), a natural colorant. The color, named after the gamboge tree, which is known for its yellow resin, is a yellow pigment which comes from Cambodia, where in the 12th century painters used the color as a watercolor paint.Soap made of yellow of Cambodia
So here my Cambodian Soap made of: coconut oil, olive oil, palm oil, cocoa butter, shea butter, litsea cubeba essential oil, eucalyptus essential oil, yellow of Cambodia and nettle powder.

Jaune du Cambodge

14 thoughts on “Yellow of Combodia Soap

  1. How lovely, you were inspired in a second to use this wonderful colour for your Universal Challenge! I love it and the soap came out perfect! Along with the peaks! Even the ash contributes to its beauty!

  2. Some exotic colorant again! I am really impressed how you discovered all of them and recognized that could be used as soap ingredients. I also like green you achieved with nettle!

  3. Both the top and the bottom layers are beautiful, but the green from the nettle powder is just wonderful.

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