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Tried this recipe last week and my testers and I all loved them! So I got some more SLSA in yesterday and played last night and today and made a ton. From the top, left to right they're scented: Lavender EO, Purely Herbal, Tahitian Vanilla (this was a beautiful yellow last night...now it's an ugly brown :sad2: ) Warm Vanilla Sugar, Sweet Pea, Pink Sugar, Downy Lavender Vanilla and Sea Breeze.


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I found this recipe, which I believe may be the same type of recipe.

HOW TO MAKE IT..........

1/3 cup of cream of tartar

1 cup of baking soda

1 cup of sodium laurel sulfoacetate SLS (powdered foaming agent)

1/3 cup (more or less) of glycerin liquid

a few drops of water-based soap colorant or food color

any fragrance or essential oil

Makes 18 ozs.

Mix the dry ingredients in a bowl and add the colorant and fragrance a few drops at a time until the desired shade and scent are achieved.

Mix in the glycerin liquid a little at a time until the mixture holds together in your hand. Transfer to your mold and press firmly into the mold. Unmold after about a hour and check for firmness. If the mixture crumbles, return it to the bowl and add more glycerin, then remold.

If it holds together when unmolded, cut into chunks or slices and continue to let dry on wax paper. May take overnight or longer to harden. Wrap in cellophane, tissue paper or store in container. Use within a month or two.

To use: Drop into running bath water and enjoy the bubbles!

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