Water is one of the main ingredients in soap making, but how important is it really? What kind of water should you be using? And how much? What are the effects of water in soap making?
If you want to make good soap, it helps if you know your chemistry, but it doesn’t need to be explained in a complicated way with lots of chemical formulas.
No more smelly hands! Gets rid of unpleasant odours like garlic and fish!
A natural scrubby soap with ground apricot kernels, fresh carrot juice and a delicious blend of orange, bergamot and ylang ylang essential oils.
I’ve joined Amy’s Soap Challenge Club! The soap I created for this month’s challenge is a simple, yet sophisticated soap, that symbolises several aspects of Japanese culture: rice, green tea, the rituals of bathing, and simple, pure ingredients. Every ingredient in this soap has both function and meaning!
These stunning marbled rock soaps are fun and easy to make!
A gentle exfoliating shower and bath soap containing papaya and corn silk will leave your skin looking fresh and bright!
Coffee with a hint of chocolate. The perfect combination for a frappucino soap!