How to make Aleppo soap

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4 thoughts on “How to make Aleppo soap”

    • Hi Melanie,

      The hot process will speed up the saponification reaction and evaporate the excess water. But unfortunately it doesn’t make the soap cure quicker. Aleppo soap is a great example actually. It is traditionally made hot process but it’s still left to cure for months. The hardest part of it all is the wait 🙂

    • Hi Mel,

      It depends on which percentage of laurel berry oil you have used for your soap. This soap was made with 45% laurel berry oil. It also depends on the quality of the oil, which normally should be very dark green.


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