Red cabbage juice soap

This ingredient was on my ‘to do ‘list since several months, and finally, I made a soap using it 2 weeks ago. I can say that this was one of the most interesting soap experiences: I was expecting any colour but not this lovely rose.
To give you some hints: the ingredient I use is a healthy one, found in the kitchen, full of antioxidants and vit C.
The one who guesses first, will receive a small soap present.
Naturally coloured soapP.S. This is something I have never used before.
Wish you good luck!

39 thoughts on “Red cabbage juice soap

  1. At this point, I have no idea what it could be, but it’s lovely! It’s hard to think there is something in the kitchen with this beautiful colour, even harder that you hadn’t used it before!

  2. That is the exact colour I wanted to my rose soaps!🙂 I don’t have any idea what that ingredient might be, but here is some wild guesses – cayenne pepper or hawthorn berries?

  3. Надо же, фиолетовая капуста такой красивый оттенок мылу подарила! Наташа, а как запах капусты в мыле?

    • Оксана, в начале запах сильный потом послабее потом еще слабее… a теперь кажется нормально : мыло пахнет лавандой😉

  4. I was hoping to make a guess, but I would never have thought of red cabbage! Beautiful color! How does the soap smell? 🙂

    • Silvia, in the beginning it smelled strong like cabbage, but after 2 weeks and a half it diminuated and now you can smell the essential oil. Can’t wait to try this soap😉

    • Da, Geta, am amestecat soda direct cu sucul proaspat; a fost o reactie f interesanta pentru ca a trecut de la albastru la verde, dupa la rosu, dupa la galben…nu stiu cat va dura aceata culoare si daca va dura, deci experimentam🙂

  5. Sorry, Natalia, just read the answer above – it is red cabbage! A lovely color! I am looking forward to trying it some time soon. Did you add the leaves to the lye solution or did you make an oil infusion of the leaves?
    Maya

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