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33 Comments

  1. Jean Rush

    Hi doll shes at it again you go go go

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  2. Elena Simon Castro

    Girl is going. Soon I’ll releasing some new products. I’m so excited to finally watch you live. I love your inspirational quotes that post.

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  3. Sarah Shep

    You can get the same workout going to slots

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  4. Joshua Lucas

    Can u Use the lavender or the Mit

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  5. Lorraine Womack

    I can’t wait until Laura Buy me some lotion

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  6. Debra Davis Sturdevant

    Can you offer those who have not tried lotion making yet a link to a site for basic lotion tutorial and starter recipe?

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    • LIVE Soap School

      Debra Davis Sturdevant I’ll make one this week and look for something already available

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      • Debra Davis Sturdevant

        This is just like my lotion machine- I have yet to try it after a whole year lol! You inspired me to fetch it out. I still use ziplocks Zakia Ringgold lol.

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        • Zakia Ringgold

          Debra Davis Sturdevant hey if the ziplock gets the job done

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          • Debra Davis Sturdevant

            The machine should eliminate those clogged opening that cause run over- that bottom fill will be wonderful. I don’t do really big batches of each scent of lotion. I would have to clean between each scent. Wow 50?

    • LIVE Soap School

      Debra Davis Sturdevant last night was my first time using it. There are only 3 parts that need to be cleaned. I did a 50/50 solution of bleach and water to wash the removable parts. I then reassembled and added hot water to the hopper and ran that through. It took about 20 minutes but she’s ready for the next use

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