Have you got your gift sorted for Father’s Day this weekend? What about the kids? Don’t want to get dad another pair of socks? Check out these fun ideas and tutorials to give your dad that special gift!
Did you know, clays can also be added to bath bombs? These bath bombs combine the cleansing properties of clay with the detoxifying benefits of Himalayan sea salt for a wonderful bath experience.
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.
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.
It’s Father’s Day next month! How about a soap for the Fisherman in the family? Check out this soap, which contains the fish-attractant aniseed oil!
A rainbow of colours that stands out against a backdrop of white soap, and combined with a fresh citrus essential oil blend. The technique to make this soap is deceivingly simple!
What to do with the kids these school holidays? How about some bath bombs or easy soap tutorials? Or keep them occupied with some jelly soap or play dough soap. Lots of ideas here to keep the kids happy and busy!
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!
The past two months, I’ve been busy testing micas, pigments and lakes in cold process soaps and bath bombs. I’ve blogged about it, but to make it easier for you to find these posts, I’ve created some colour guides for you to use and download.
This swirly soap is made without actually swirling the soap! It’s a very neat trick, using a very fluid soap emulsion, to produce the fine lines and swirl in the soap.