I used fresh whole Buttermilk, deep amber Turkish Honey and pure Tussah Silk - a combination that'll be hard for anyone with very sensitive skin to resist. The soap doesn't have any added fragrance or colour - and, to be fair, it didn't need it because it's a beautifully creamy caramel colour all by itself plus it smells wonderfully of creamy rice pudding (due to the milk sugars and honey caramelising no doubt). I could smell this all day - I hope it last through the cure so you can smell it too.
So, I present, ButterBee Silk - there are 10 lovely soaps and they'll be available from 1 March onwards.
Straight out of the mould
All cut - see how smooth they are?
Up close and personal
Close up of the tops - what a change in colour from when they were freshly poured
I am very happy with these and I predict they're going to be great sellers - I think I probably should make a second batch too!
If you're interested in thsese, they'll be available on http://www.soaperstar.com/ from 1 March onwards.