Category Archives: Soap Making

The Art of Soap Making – Instructions for making soap at home.

Lavender Soap

Lavender is a traditional cottage garden plant. Its gray-green spikes of foliage and purple flowers provide color all year. Since the Middle Ages, the dried flowers have been one of the main ingredients of potpourri. Fresh sprigs are included in herbal bunches known as tussie mussies, which have been used for hundreds of years to...
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Make a Premium Handmade Bar of Soap

Have you ever thought, boy I sure would like to make a luxurious bar of soap but thought all that measuring and mixing was too much aggravation. Well here is the smart, short and easy version that anyone can do with easy to find everyday ingredients. This is a "no weigh" recipe, so you don’t...
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3 Packaging Tips! – Ideal for Your Homemade Soaps

If you would like to make homemade soap, or have already started, To make it extra special a few features are needed to finish of your lovely creations? There's no use in making beautiful soaps and handing them out probably wouldn't have the best effect.......and people would probably think your telling them to get...
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Soap Making for Beginners — Melt and Pour

Soap making has been around for ages. The process of making soaps can either be simple or complex, depending on what you want to make. You can make soaps as a way to make money or you can make soaps for personal use or as gifts. Read more

Choosing a Handmade Soap Maker

Choosing a soap maker is an important task, as your skin is depending on it. There a couple basic questions that should allow you to determine the competence of your soap maker immediately. (more…)...
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Coming Clean: The Truth About Soap

What Is Soap? Soap is the oldest cleanser around. It is created by a chemical reaction between oils, water and lye. Although lye is used to make soap there is no lye left after saponification (the chemical reaction that makes soap) is complete. There is no such thing as a bar of soap that was made...
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