I have been filling my soap curing table up in the last few weekends. My latest creation combined a few things I have been wanting to try - the honeycomb pattern and the oatmeal in the middle. I used a very popular fragrance oil: Oatmeal, Milk & Honey that can be purchased from Brambleberry.
I just unwrapped this 5 pounds of cold process soap today and cut it. It is still very soft and needs 4 weeks to cure. The color will change a bit over the 4 weeks, and it will shrink a tiny bit. This is a blend of oils I worked up when I started making my Chocolate Mint Spa Soap. It has a good proportion of coconut oil in it and cocoa butter as my moisturizer.
Here is what I had curing before this weekend. Pictured in the back: (cold process/hot process) Orange Patchouli Coconut Milk. Round pieces are cold process Apple & Peach Cobbler Goatmilk soap with raspberry seeds. My favorite that is curing towards the front is a cold process/hot process Creamy Coconut soap. I specially formulated it for my mother-in-law with mostly Coconut Oil, coconut milk, and mango butter.