The twist with my melt and pour soap is that I did not use sorbitol like almost all the other recipes out there. I didn't have any. But since I practice the ketogenic lifestyle, I have plenty of erythritol. I used that instead. Erythritol is a sugar alcohol as well. The main difference between the two is that sorbitol is a six-carbon sugar alcohol, while erythritol has four carbons.

I want to thank The Ultimate Guide To Hot Process Soap for the ratios that I used for this recipe. You can find the recipe on their page

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⭐️⭐️⭐️ A few things I will do differently next time:

1. Add more glycerin. This soap recipe as written does not sweat at all, but I want to see how much it can take without sweating.

2. Warm my propylene glycol before adding it to the soap batter.

3. Use boiling hot water to dissolve my erythritol. I zapped my water in the microwave but it wasn't hot enough.

4. Let the soap harden in a warmer room. I believe that the latter three actions will definitely improve the clarity of the soap, although I am really pleased with the clarity of this batch.

⭐️⭐️⭐️ What I learned:

1. Leaving the soap in the crockpot longer after it is ready will darken it a bet, so it is best to mold it up asap.

2. Use a higher wattage crockpot. The one I used is one of my lesser performing pots. So the process took longer.

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