MASTER THE BASICS
There are hundreds of terms used in soap making, we have compiled an alphabetical list below to ease the understanding.
Melt & Pour Soap
Soap making is a natural follow on from candle & diffuser making. Melt and pour soap is a great option for beginners.
Cold Process Soap
Although this process is known as the cold process it still involves some heat. This is one of the most common types of soap to make.
Carrier Oils - What are they?
From hair treatment and face serum, to massage lotions and anti-ageing products, carrier oils are at the heart of every beauty product.
Lye - How to Safely Handle & Use
A lye is a metal hydroxide traditionally obtained by leaching ashes, or a strong alkali which is highly soluble in water producing caustic basic solutions.
Cleaning Up After Soapmaking
Soapmaking is one of our favorite things to do. It’s so much fun and a great way to let your creativity run wild. On the other hand, however the more creative you are, the more dishes pile up.
Melt & Pour
Colouring Melt & Pour Soap
Colorants can add a beautiful look to your handmade soap. Before getting started, it helps to know which ones work best for you & your recipe.
Fragrancing Melt & Pour Soap
Melt and pour soap can be fragranced with both essential oils as well as fragrance oils.
It retains fragrance very well.
Spa Bar Melt & Pour Recipe
When your skins feels like it needs some deep cleaning, but you still need to feel soft and moisturized… Make this bar!
Galaxy Bar Melt & Pour Recipe
Give your bathroom some cosmic allure by replacing your dull bars with these galaxy soap bars.
Coffee Melt & Pour Scrub Recipe
Coffee is known to have all kinds of health benefits when consumed in moderation, but did you know that it also makes a great addition to your skincare routine?