Learn how to make simple, natural, authentic soap at home, using ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen. Soap making does not have to be a costly hobby - in fact, you may find that it's ultimately cheaper than buying soap!
Learn the tricks to making a successful goat milk soap! I'm sharing my recipe for a lovely soap with my thought process behind the ingredient selection.
Making your own liquid hand soap is an easy afternoon project that will potentially save you hundreds of dollars. Choose your scent or opt for a fragrance-free soap. Make enough for a large family or plenty for gift giving.
Bright pumpkins are a cheery way to decorate for the fall season and holidays. Here's how to make some festive candle holders using pumpkins and autumn trimmings to welcome guests to your home!
After seeing solid sugar scrub bars for sale on Etsy that had been made from a melt pour soap base, I wanted to see if I could recreate the product myself.
Hot process soap making is one of the ways to make all-natural soap at home. But can you make the soap really, really pretty? What can you add to it to make it more interesting? Here's an account of some of my recent adventures in hot process soap making. You should be able to learn something, too!
Beer soap is an advanced type of soap making, but here are a few tips to help make this ingredient easier to work with.
Here are some inexpensive ingredients, directions, and tips on how to make hand crafted, vegan homemade soap. With pictures and recipe you can learn to make your own home made soap
Whether you're new to soap making or a seasoned vet, why use artificial ingredients to color your all-natural home made soap? Check out these easy to use natural ingredients that will give your soap the beautiful colors you're looking for!
Oh my! How things have changed in the world of candles!! Candle making has never been simpler or easier to master.
In this article I explain how to make your own castile soap using both the hot and cold process methods for bars or liquid soap!
Homemade soap usually needs to cure for a month. But hot-process soap making speeds up cure time. Heating the soap cures it quickly, making it safe to use in one week and creating hard, long-lasting bars.