I love working with natural colorants in soap. I use spices, herbs, clay, liquid alternatives, such as carrot juice, pumpkin puree…etc. There are so many options! I made several natural cupcake soaps with goat milk recently and wanted to put together a gallery of them to provide inspiration if you’re looking for color or color combo ideas for tops and bottoms. I used the milk-in-oil method to create a really light colored goat milk soap, so that the colors would show through well. The natural colorants were added directly and not infused.
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I hope these cupcakes inspire you! Enjoy!
Thanks for sharing these wonderful photos and descriptions of natural colorants. Much appreciated. They look stunning.
Ziet er goed uit. Hoe krijg ik een toef gemaakt. Welke bestanden heb ik dan nodig. Met vriendelijke groet Marrie
Very attractive soaps