How to use butterfly pea flowers, a natural and plant-based ingredient, to create baby blue soap bars. They’re truly beautiful!…
Places to source natural soap making supplies, including oils, lye, beeswax, essential oil, honey, and herbs. Includes ideas for sourcing locally produced ingredients, what to look for, avoiding suspicious sellers, and soapmaking suppliers by country.
Annatto soap recipe showing how to make naturally yellow to orange-colored soap. The natural colorant used is annatto seeds from the achiote tree, a food-safe ingredient that’s also brilliant for…
blue, and yellow. Gorgeous shades that are 100% natural! Includes information on what clay is, techniques to naturally color soap with clay, and how clay soap can benefit the skin.
How to transform soap scraps, old soap, and failed recipes into beautiful new soap using the partial rebatch method. It involves grating old soap bars and adding them in a certain ratio and method to new soap recipes. It’s an easy way to rebatch soap without a crockpot and will make your old soap new again!
ocess, hot process, liquid soapmaking, melt-and-pour, and rebatching. Use one or all of these methods to make homemade soap from the comfort of your own kitchen.
each soap making step, temperatures, bringing soap to ‘trace’, molding, and curing soap. This is part four in the Natural Soap Making for Beginners series.
Would you like to create smooth, hard, and easy to un-mold soap every time? Then I recommend that you try this soleseife soap recipe. It’s a soapmaking technique that uses saltwater to help harden soap quicker, even if they’re made of pure olive oil! To make soleseife, you have your choice of using water collected from the beach or homemade salty brine. Now onwards to making natural seawater soap.
Use just three ingredients to make this simple coconut oil soap. It uses a 20% superfat stops the bars from being too drying and is one of the bubbliest soap recipes to make. You can even make it without an immersion blender!