milled soap

milled soap

[′mild ′sōp]
(materials)
Soap, such as toilet soap, made by adding color and perfume to soap chips and then passing the mixture through milling rollers and pressing in molds.
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This sweet keepsake contains a triple milled soap, which makes it exceptionally smooth, fragranced with sea kelp.
The pure simplicity and delicate scent are what draw you to Caudalie's French Milled Soap.
For milled soap, using properly aged base soap, any safe coloring agent may be used as there is no longer a chemical "thing" going on.
In cold process, the scent often fades fast or never really takes hold, whereas with milled soap the fragrance will last because, again, the chemical action has already taken place.
I put coffee grounds in my milled soap to remove odors like onion from your hands.
Organic Grooming, which is conveniently available in stores and online, consists of the following products: Shave Cream ($15); After Shave Balm ($18); Deodorant ($10); Milled Soap ($8) and Cologne ($35).
MacIntosh, Sunflower, and Sage & Citrus offered in milled soap, hand
The store carries a variety of goods, with prices that range from a few dollars for French milled soaps and Eugene-made Euphoria chocolates to more than $200 for a gothic bench.
Grandmas Soap-on-a-robe was the ultimate 1980's gift, so take it into the 21st century with the slightly more classy French milled soaps in the shape of speckled eggs, petals and flowers for dhs60 in Baldi on the first floor.
The tripled milled soaps ($7) come in Crabapple & Mulberry, Oatmeal & Wheatgerm and Vetiver & Juniperberry, while the glycerin soap ($7) varieties include Chamomile, Lime and Blackcurrant.