Have you tried learning how to make soap? It’s not as difficult as it sounds!
Home soapmaking can be as simple as trying out melt and pour soap recipes with your kids or as customized as harvesting soap ingredients from your garden. You don’t even need lye for soap if you rebatch or use a melting soap base.
Do you own goats? Try learning how to make goat milk soap. Or blend olive, palm, and coconut oils for a basic bath bar. Blend a coconut oil soap in a slow cooker, then cool and grate it down to make homemade laundry soap for machines or hand-washing.
But soapmaking doesn’t stop there. Have you tried making your own lipsticks, essential oils, or body scrubs? Homemade bath bombs are simple and a hit for gift-giving.
Our resident soapmaking instructors and longtime professionals can show you how to make soap, from rebatched to from-scratch. They keep you up-to-date on soapmaking resources such as how to make castile soap or why you need the right safety equipment. Learn about fragrance sensitivity, the right soapmaking terms, how soap works, and saving failed recipes. Try coloring soap naturally or start with one of our easy soap recipes for beginners.
Which soapmaking technique is right for you and which recipe will you try first? Is this your first time learning how to make soap or are you a seasoned professional? Join our soapmaking community and share your experiences!
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