Tag: melt and pour soap
Beeswax has more than 100 uses; knowing how to make beeswax soap harnesses natural benefits for your finished product.
If you’ve already made soap from scratch, you know how to make shea butter soap. Just add shea butter, then alter the other oils for proper saponification, and you have
What homemade arts and crafts can kids do, without risk of injury, that can also serve as holiday gifts? Try soap!
You can learn how to make oatmeal soap within a few minutes of research. It’s one of the easiest and safest recipe additions.
Amazing bay leaf benefits abound in healing oils and teas. Bay is a “salt buster” herb. Add bay for flavoring, use less salt.
Missy Ames of Ames Family Farms walks you through how to make soap without lye or glycerin — the perfect tutorial for a beginner!
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