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Cleansing clay soap

Cold process soap

Clays are a wonderful additive in soaps. They will gently smooth and exfoliate your skin without irritating. This tutorial uses pink clay, an extra gentle clay blended with essential oils. […]

How to use clays in soap

Blog

There are many benefits of adding clays to soaps, and not only as natural colourants. In this post I explain what clays are, how they work and the properties and uses in soaps. […]

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Natural Surface Cleaning Spray

Natural cleaning

Unlike most DIY surface cleaning sprays, this one actually works! Very effective at removing both oil-soluble and water-soluble dirt and grime, you can use this as a general spray and wipe or as a heavy duty cleaner. And best of all? It’s completely natural! […]

Micellar Water with Kumerahou & Manuka

Skin Care

Learn how to make this beautiful 3-in-1 micellar water, which cleanses, tones and hydrates your skin, without the need to rinse afterwards. Mild, soothing, anti-inflammatory, this gentle water removes dirt and grime from your skin, leaving your skin feeling clean, soft and hydrated. […]

Luffa soap

Melt and pour soap

Luffa soaps are great for rough skin, like on your knees, elbows or feet. I love using them in my foot bath after a scrub, but also have one in my shower […]

Basil Lime Soap CPOP

Cold process soap

I’d like to introduce you to the CPOP (cold process oven process) technique. This is making your soap using the normal cold process method, but then we place the soap in the oven to induce the gel phase […]

No Tears Baby Shampoo

Hair care

Babies have very delicate skin that is still so pure and perfect. Using normal soap and shampoo products on their skin would remove their protective oils and leave their skin dry and prone to irritations. […]

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