DIY Lotion Bars
Recently on my YouTube channel I made a goat milk soap bar, but this soap was different! This soap has a ribbon of lotion bar through it, which makes it that much more luxurious! So, I knew that a lot of people would want the recipe for my DIY Lotion Bars, so that is what I am sharing today!
You can use these DIY Lotion bars on their own, all you have to do is rub them on your skin and they will start to melt. Or, you can do what I did, and add this mix Read More
How to Rebatch Soap | Reuse Soap
If you make a lot of soap, you will also collect a lot of off cuts or bars that are not the best in color or scent. So, today I am going to share how to rebatch soap.
This process is great for many reasons. The first being that it is a great way to reuse those small off cuts. If you have a bar that has lost its scent, or has imperfections, this is a great way to start over.
How to Thicken Liquid Soap | Homemade or Store bought!
I recently shared how I make my own liquid soap from scratch. I have since had a few question, most have to do with the viscosity. If you have ever purchased liquid Castile soap, you will notice that they can be on the thin side. Today I am going to share how to thicken liquid soap.
Hot Process Soap Versus Cold Process Soap
The two main processes for making soap is hot process soap and cold process soap. But when it comes to Hot Process Soap Versus Cold Process Soap, it is a matter of preference. There are even hybrid processes, such as cold process oven processed soaps. Each process has its pros and cons, so today we are going to go over some of these pros and cons.
Cold Process Oven Process Soap
I have to say, once you start soaping, it is hard to stop. There are two main ways to make soap, cold process and hot process. Each has its own benefits, but when you combine the processes, you reap the benefits from both. This is what Cold Process Oven Process Soap is, a hybrid of both processes.
When making cold process, oven processed soap, you make soap the cold process way. This means that you can create a smooth, pourable batter that you can play with by adding different colors and designs. Read More
DIY Goat Milk Bath Bombs Recipe!
We have a lot of goat milk stocked up, and I love it because you can use it for so many things! From making homemade goat milk yogurt, to DIY Goat Milk Soap, what is not to love about it? This week I am using some of the goat milk that I freeze dried to make these DIY Goat Milk Bath Bombs!
How to Fix a Partially Gelled Soap
Even when you make soap all of the time, you can still run into issues. Recently one of my cold process soaps decided it wanted to partially gel in the center. While this does not ruin the soap, it is still completely usable, it does not make it very pretty. So, here is how to fix a partially gelled soap!
Homemade Liquid Soap from Scratch
I have made a lot soap in my lifetime, and while it takes the longest, Homemade liquid soap is my favorite to use. I just love the convenience of a liquid soap over the traditional bar soap. You can use it as hand soap, body wash, or even shampoo. Do not get me wrong, I love a good bar of soap, but to me, nothing beats a good homemade liquid soap.