Brazilian Green Clay Cold Processed Soap

Brazilian Green Clay Cold Processed Soap

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In this video, I will demonstrate a new soap recipe that I created for a tutorial! Temporarily called “Smooth & Creamy Brazilian Green Clay Soap”, I will have to rename it something shorter! lol.

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I formulated the recipe using my Soapmaker 3 software ( ) and used Paris Fragrances’ ( ) cocoa butter, Brazilian Green Clay and Essential oils! Both of these businesses are supporters of my Patreon campaign at the Supplier Opportunity level but be assured that I would never show or use any product I am not 100% satisfied with! Thank you so much!

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