Years ago I made a Plumeria Soap, and people loved it because it wasn’t common, and such a lovey scent. Also in the past, when I made this soap, the soap batter always seized, which made it hard to make. Recently, I found a Plumeria fragrance, that claimed not to seize, and I thought I give it another try.
If you have ever visited Hawaii, Plumeria is the flower they use to make their lays. Strong and fragrant. I personally love it, and I’m very happy with the way this soap turned out. I only made a small batch, because I wanted to make sure it was easy to work with. If it is popular, I will happily make more.
In case you are not familiar with soap dough, it is cold process soap, that you don’t allow air to get to, which allows you to mold it. I have started experimenting with this technique, and it does take some getting used to. It doesn’t always work for me, but I am learning.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy the video. Thanks for your time~Darlene