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Ukraine Soap – with natural colourants!

A pure olive oil soap using a two-technique colouring method with natural botanical colourants to create this layered Ukrainian flag inspired design. Making soap using different techniques simultaneously can seem daunting, but with a little planning it’s as easy-peasy as making your first soap. Well, nearly anyway. […]

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Pumpkin Spice Soap

I love pumpkin spice season! Who cares if it’s spring here in New Zealand! Right? Pumpkin spice soaps are my favourite soaps to make because the colours (browns and oranges) go so well with the discolouring vanilla fragrances that you need to use for this soap. Check out this yummy and gorgeous swirled autumn soap containing fresh pumpkin purée! […]

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Manuka soap

Honey soaps can be tricky to make due to the sugars heating up the chemical reaction, but follow these simple tricks and you’ll create this wonderful soap with all the benefits of the honey. […]

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Basil Lime Soap CPOP

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 […]

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Coffee Soap

No more smelly hands! Gets rid of unpleasant odours like garlic and fish! […]

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Apricot Scrub Soap

A natural scrubby soap with ground apricot kernels, fresh carrot juice and a delicious blend of orange, bergamot and ylang ylang essential oils. […]

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Chadō – The Way of the Tea

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! […]

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Rock Soaps

These stunning marbled rock soaps are fun and easy to make! […]