A színezés kérdését sem gondoltam át eléggé. Mivel az illat neve vattacukor (és olyan is, édes, rózsaszín vattacukor illatú), ezért halvány rózsaszínt szerettem volna. Mindezt kárminnal, ami gyönyörű mályvás, ha nem éri levegő... ugye... khhhmm...
Floating soap with Cotton candy scent
With a moderately regular recipe, in the heat of summer, this technique promises only moderate success. Because it was not made with palm oil, but with lard, and the coconut oil was also refined more liquidy than usual. By the way, the essence of the technique is to heat solid butters until they become medium runny and mix them with the lye with a whisk to get as many bubbles as possible. But if it's too hot, our mixture won't stay solid enough. I wanted to make cute frosting bag figures, but in the end I had to mold them because they wouldn't hold shape.
Since the name of the fragrance is cotton candy (and it smells like sweet, pink cotton candy), I wanted a pale pink. All this with carmine, which is a beautiful mauve when not exposed to air... isn't it... khhhmm... In between the many bubbles, however, according to its order and manner, it has become yellowish, beige, in this case it can be said to be invisible. But it floats on water! And that's the point. Ingredients: coconut oil, lard, shea butter, castor oil. Pushed with cornstarch and carmine, but for what :) and Cotton candy fragrance oil.