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4 thoughts on “How to make Aleppo soap”
Can you use hot process to make the cure time quicker? Thank you
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 🙂
I have made this but it is a very light green colour not dark green as in picture, have I done something wrong?
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.