Need a quick and easy project? These cute little Christmas soaps are made with melt and pour soap and will be ready to gift in hours. Great for stocking fillers, secret Santa, last minute gifts and something the kids can make for nana, granddad, family and friends!
Did you know that a dog’s skin pH differs from us humans? That is why using shampoo and soaps made for humans are generally irritating to dogs and can cause itching, flakiness and inflammation. This specially formulated dog soap is made with the pH and sensitive skin of dogs in mind. It contains shea butter, castor oil and colloidal oatmeal as well as a special blend of essential oils to soothe and calm sensitive skins. Simple to make and your dog will thank you for it!
These little witchy cauldrons will excite the little witches and goblins. They look fantastic and contain wobbly green jelly soap, that’s so much fun to play with. Another quick and easy project!
It’s Halloween time! Perfect time to try out the glow in the dark pigments from Pure Nature. These cool halloween soaps are the perfect treats for the little trick-or-treaters, and they’re quick and easy to make!
A shaving soap needs to have a creamy lather, and have ‘slip’ so that the razor glides smoothly over the skin. This tutorial will show you how to make a shaving soap with a rich, creamy lather and extra ‘slip’. It is the perfect Father’s Day gift for children to make for their dad!
Kids love play dough and kids love bath time! Why not combine the two and make play dough soap that they can play with in the bath? Keeps them busy just that little longer!
These gorgeous amethyst crystal soaps are so easy to make using clear and white melt and pour soap bases. But the best part is carving the soap into little crystal shapes. And the results are stunning!
Jelly soap base is very easy to work with: cut, melt and pour. However, the viscosity of the soap does leave (unwanted) air bubbles trapped within. How to get rid of these and which method is best for melting the jelly soap base?