Let your senses take you on tropical vacation next time you shower. This soap is scented with the smooth fragrance of coconut paired with refreshing lime, the perfect combination for island dreams! The layered design of the soap is softened by the crinkle cutter, giving the soap a cool wavy look.
This fun and cheerful soap is easy to make and doesn’t need any special ingredients. It is also a great last minute idea for Secret Santa and Bad Santa gifts. Or get the kids to make gifts for nana, friends, or the teacher.
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!
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!
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.
A quick and easy whipped butter recipe, with rich avocado oil, nourishing shea butter and refreshing peppermint essential oil to help revive your feet, especially now that winter is here and our feet are stuck in shoes and socks all day.
The colours really pop in this soap, which has been coloured using a freestyle pour technique and showcases the stark contrasts between the different green micas.
Beautiful greens in four different shades covering the whole spectrum. There is a yellow-green of apples, a grey-green of evergreen fir trees, a gorgeous blue-green shade, and a pale green that would work perfect as a base colour in a soap design.