Soapmaking is an old art. If you want to learn how to make soap, first decide which process you’re most comfortable with using.
Ancient Syrians knew how to make green soap used by Queens Cleopatra of Egypt and Zenobia of Syria. With recent conflict, traditional Aleppo soap is threatened.
Missy Ames of Ames Family Farms walks you through how to make soap without lye or glycerin — the perfect tutorial for a beginner!
Countryside Magazine Contributor
Goat milk soap is gentle to the skin. When used in soap, goat milk delivers calcium to the skin, making it smoother and healthier.
Beeswax has more than 100 uses; knowing how to make beeswax soap harnesses natural benefits for your finished product.
Vegan, sustainable, and often organic, castile soap is highly sought. History plus aesthetic esteem have prompted crafters to learn how to make castile soap.
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