A mild soap with a pH close to neutral, this soap contains only natural ingredients including skin healing calendula and soothing chamomile. Perfect for toddlers and those with sensitive skin!
Lemon and poppy seeds is an all-natural soap suitable for beginners soap makers, with an extra twist for those who like to try out new things!
Be Mine! These Valentine’s Day soaps are inspired by the popular sugar candy hearts. They’re quick and easy to make using non-bleeding micas and a yummy sweet and fruity fragrance!
Rose oil is one of the most expensive oils in the world, which is why we usually look to fragrances for an affordable alternative. Unfortunately, most rose fragrances tend to accelerate in cold process, but there are ways that you can still use them in your cold process soap. Here are some tips to working with accelerating fragrances and then have a go making this lovely rose soap.
Northern Lights is a stunning soap, which is fairly simple to make. I’ve used a combination of activated charcoal, pigments and glow in the dark pigment, and utilising a layering technique, to create the wavy bands of colours. Fresh garden mint with subtle floral notes completes this astonishing recreation of the northern lights!
I love soap making starter kits, because they’re a great way to get people into soap making. Here’s a fun Christmas themed project that you can do with the Pure Nature melt and pour soap kit plus a few little extra ingredients!
A pure and natural Christmas soap with a special blend of essential oils reminiscent of the freshly fallen snow in a pine forest. A cold process soap, which would also work with hot process technique!