Benefits of Beer Soap
There are a lot of things you can add to your soap, such as pumpkin puree. But, one of my all time favorite things to add is beer, yes, beer! There are a lot of great skin benefits of beer soap, but it also adds great elements to your soap.
Pumpkin Spice Latte Soap Made with Real Pumpkin
One thing that I love about making is soap is that the possibilities are really endless. You can add so many different things to soap to add different benefits! It is so fun to add different things to each batch just to see how it turns out. Since fall is right around the corner, I decided I wanted to make some Pumpkin Spice Latte Soap Made with Real Pumpkin!
One of the biggest questions that I get is why I do not give out exact measurements of my soap recipes. And that is an easy question to answer: Because everyone uses different molds! So, today I am going to show you How to Calculate How Much Oil is Needed in a Soap Mold.
How to Calculate How Much Oil is Needed in a Soap Mold
If you could not tell, I love making soap. The thing I think I like most about it is that I can experiment and play with different colors, scents, and oils. I can say that I have never made two of the same batches of soap. While playing and experimenting can be fun, if you are starting off, it can seem a little overwhelming. Knowing all of the different qualities of oils for soap making can help the process go a lot smoother, and be a lot more fun!
Qualities of Oils for Soap Making
The Best Soap Swirl Recipe
In the pot swirls and drop swirl soaps are so fun. They are some of my favorite soaps to make. Not only are they easy to make, it is always fun to cut into the soap to see what magic has occurred. The trick to having a good soap swirl is making sure that your soap batter is fluid. I have tried many different soap recipes, and while some have worked well, none have stayed fluid a long time. That is, until now! Today I am sharing the best soap swirl recipe!
Green Tea and Citrus Bath Salts Recipe
Spring is here, which means a lot of time is being spent outside….working. While I love getting dirty in the garden, but after a long day in the heat, digging or carrying 50 pound bags of feed, I get sore. Plus, I made the crazy decision to start working out regularly again, and because of this, some days it hurts to even blink. To ease sore muscles, and to just take some much needed ‘me’ time, I love using bath salts. This Green Tea and Citrus Bath Salts Recipe not only smells amazing, but the epson salts help to ease sore muscles and the coco butter leaves your skin super soft.