Friday Wonderings: Can we substitute one water soluble ester for another in a deodorant? Why do I have less volume than I expected?

In this post on making deodorants, Alaska asks:  I looked up Herbarie and was wondering if the AquaEm or Cromollient SCE would work in place of the water soluble esters? Thanks! In the original recipe, I’m suggesting cyclomethicone – an oil soluble silicone – or Crodomol PMP – a water soluble ester. So yes, we can substitute…

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