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Tips for making melt and pour soaps
Tips that will save time and errors in melt and pour soap making.
The Soapmaker's Companion - Book Review
Book review of The Soapmakerīs Companion by Susan Miller Cavitch. This is a great book for beginners as well as seasoned soapmakers. Covered are all the major soapmaking topics such as lye safety, chemical composition of oils, chemistry of soapmaking, troubleshooting problems and numerous recipes.
The Easiest Soap Recipe
The easiest soap recipe for beginners is made from Crisco(trademark) oil. This recipe is perfect for the new soap maker as most of the ingredients are easily obtainable at the local grocery store or made using the materials you have at home.
Sun Olive Botanical Balm
Recipe for botanical balm with skin-protecting ingredients and a wonderful smooth texture
Starbucks Free Coffee Grounds in Soaps
Check out your local Starbucks for their free coffee grounds, great for making exfoliating soaps, body scrubs and for adding nutritive organic matter to your garden.
Spring Soap Colors
Pantoneīs Colors for Spring are perfect for soaps and bodycare products.
Soothing Milk Bath Recipe
Milk has been used since ancient times as a natural cleanser. It gives a hot bath a luxurious feel that is perfect to help you relax. Check out this super easy recipe!
Some of the best natural soap kits
Soap kits makes soapmaking easy for the beginner soap maker.
The most commonly used soapmaking abbreviations.
Soaping for a cause
What can one soap maker do in a troubled economy besides looking out for new business? In a renewed spirit of giving, we can give away soap or any other items that we make. Find a charitable organization and give away those excess soap bars!
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