DIY Foaming Hand Soap - Gingeraled
Making your own DIY Foaming Hand Soap can surprisingly save you a lot of money. Learn how easy it is to make your own foaming hand soap!
Part 3 Mistakes I Have Made While Selling Soap at Craft Shows
Too Many Natural Soap Choices on Your Table Can Effect Sales. Do Not Underestimate The Importance of Good Lighting for your natural soap at a craft show.
Adding Honey to Cold Process Soap: Tips, Tricks & Recipe - Soap Queen
There are a wide variety of ingredients to customize handmade soap. Oils, colorants, additives and fragrances create a perfectly customized bar. Honey is a popular additive for cold process soap. It has various properties that make it appealing for skincare. In particular, honey is a natural humectant, which means it absorbs moisture from the air. …
Japanese Plum Pure Silk Soap
Last time I made this soap, it went sort of nuts on me but, in hindsight, I think I soaped way too hot as it definitely gelled, and gelled h...
When to Insulate Handmade Soap - Soap Queen
Temperature plays a very important part in soaping. It can affect the trace, color, texture and scent of your final soap. In general, we recommend soaping at around 120-130 ° F. This means that both the lye and oil are this temperature range immediately before the two are combined and the saponification process begins. An important factor …
What's Wrong With My Soap?
We all have soapmaking fails. This ultimate troubleshooting guide breaks down the reasons and solutions for 30+ common cold process soap problems.
Roundup: Cold Process Soap Design Techniques & Tutorials!
There are a ton of soap design techniques out there, but most of them build on a few foundational design techniques that can easily be conquered. Find out which ones to master first!
49 Most-Liked Homemade Soap Recipes For Frugal Homesteaders
It will probably take you these homemade soap recipes to know that you can make your own soap. Check them all out here to get started!
Back to Basics: How Temperature Affects Cold Process Soap - Soap Queen
Today is the next lesson in the Back to Basics Cold Process Series. Today, we are reviewing how temperature affects cold process soaping. If you missed yesterday’s Basic and Simple Cold Process Soap, be sure to check it out! It’s the perfect recipe for the beginner soaper. Tomorrow will feature another cold process tutorial including …
How to Add Purees to Cold Process Soap - Soap Queen
Learn how to add natural purees such as pumpkin, tomato and more into your cold process soap recipes. This post is full of tips and tricks.
Formulating Cold Process Soap Recipes - Soap Queen
There are a few factors to consider before formulating cold process soap recipes. This post goes over the basics and how to get started.
15 Slow Cooker Hacks For Every Household | DIY Projects
A slow cooker makes life easier. In case you haven't been using your slow cooker, I'll give you reasons why you should take it out of the shelf today!
How to Make Baby Soap: Buttermilk Bastile Baby Bar (Buttermilk Powder + Zinc Oxide)
One of my favorite soap recipes of all time is my Buttermilk Bastile Baby Bar that you can find on a guest blog post over on SoapQueen.com. I love the way this soap feels on
Soap Additives That Add Natural Scent and Color to Your Homemade Soap
You can add natural ingredients to your homemade soaps to enhance their health benefits and uses. Here are some of them. Herbs and Spices ...