4 responses

  1. Liz
    June 12, 2016

    I imagine it would be very rewarding to make your own soap. Would also make great gifts for family and friends-especially given that they would know it was personally made by you which makes it all the more special.

    I would choose the alcohol thermometer over the mercury one too for the same reasons as you. However, I would probably prefer to use the infared one just because it looks like it is less hassle to measure the temperatures.


  2. Daniella
    June 12, 2016

    Hi there,

    Very interesting and helpful article, I was absorbed by the reading as I always wanted to make natural soaps.
    The ones I buy contain chemicals and a few months ago I’ve had a skin infection so I went to the dermatology and he told me that the infection comes from the soaps I’ve used. Today I find myself buying very expensive natural soaps with almost no smell. Your post is just in time:)
    The thermometer I am interesting in is the digital infrared one because there is no need to clean it and it seems much easier to use:)
    Just a question if you don’t mind. Is the digital infrared can be used for other recipes like chocolate or caramel?
    If I can use it for both, soaps and baking then it is awesome!
    Thank you very much for this excellent review!


    • admin
      June 12, 2016

      I’m sorry to hear about your problems with the other soaps, but I understand. My skin is so sensitive that is why I make my own soap. As for the digital infrared thermometer, although it is a good thermometer to use for both soap making and chocolate or caramel, you need to ALWAYS keep any soap making equipment separate and not use it for both food and soap.


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    November 19, 2020

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