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1  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / question on: December 22, 2003 12:56:44 AM
hi, im a newbie, and this is my first post..  love this site by the way.. i found it last night and stayed up half the night looking at all the neat featured projects Grin

i have a question about soap making.. okay, i have this melt and pour soap kit, and i finally made some tonight.. but i noticed that it made my skin a little dry..

so i was wondering if its feasable to add some moisturizer to it, or if that would mess it up and make it unable to set up properly...

i planned on making some for a friend for an xmas gift, but i dont want it to dry her skin out like it did mine..

so, does anyone have any suggestions? please and thank you Cheesy
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