Making soap is a passion! Sometimes things go as planned but sometimes weird things happen, like glycerin rivers. Don’t worry, we know how to avoid them!
Rebatching soap is the simple process of fixing a failed batch. Anyone making a lot of natural homemade soap has a failed batch sooner or later. Now we can fix it!
I created this homemade shampoo bar because of the many requests from the DIY Natural Community. This great recipe will leave your hair soft and shiny, and offers other benefits over liquid shampoo.
Learn how to make soap from veteran soap maker, Debra Maslowski. Her homemade natural soap making process is simple, versatile, and teaches many every year!
As a soap maker, people always ask me about lye. Why I use it, it is toxic, what are the precautions, and even how to make lye at home. It’s actually simple to make lye from scratch. Here’s how!
When recipes are written in parts, it’s a scaling recipe that gives you the freedom to choose the amount to make. You can use this concept with all recipes.
Soda ash in soap making is that powdery white substance that forms on soap bars as they are curing. Learn how to prevent soda ash from forming on your soap!
Making goat milk soap white wasn’t as easy as it sounded. However, with a lot of practice, I’ve come up with the secret to making it and keeping it white.
Learning how to felt soap is simple! Felted soap is a bar of soap wrapped in wool. This creates an exfoliating bar lasts longer and is easier to hang on to.
Pigments, oxides, and micas are soap colorants that will help you achieve gorgeous color in your homemade soaps. Let’s learn how to use them to get the color we’re after.
Masterbatch is an easy way to speed up your soap making, or just about any other craft project process. Learn how to masterbatch the soap making process.
Today we will teach you the difference between salt soap and brine soap. We also include a DIY salt soap recipe along with a DIY brine soap recipe. Enjoy!
DIY shaving cream doesn’t work as well as DIY shaving soap. Find out why and learn how to make a natural homemade shaving soap that gives you a really close shave.
I make DIY travel soap so I can ensure I have a natural, chemical-free soap while traveling. I don’t like to bring full-sized bars because they take up too bulky and real estate is at a premium when traveling!
When people make DIY bar soap it often turns out too soft. We have the solution! Follow these 5 tips to make your bar soap hard and it will last much longer!
Curing soap takes awhile and can test your patience, but there are a few things you can do to speed up the process. There are also things to avoid that can slow the curing process even more. Let’s take a look.
This is a fun bath jelly soap recipe the kids love. It’s a wiggly soap that makes bath time more fun AND gets them clean in the process. And what could be better than that? Enjoy this recipe!
When I first learned how to make liquid soap, I knew there was a lot to it. Now that I’ve been doing it for a while, I’ve simplified and perfected my recipe. And like the original, this liquid soap can be used as shampoo, body wash, hand soap, and even dish soap!