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Do you save your bacon grease in jars or cans? Don't throw them out! You can recycle bacon grease into soap bars. Just a few steps to process the grease before use.
Do you know how to enhance your soaps? Start by looking at the quality attributes. If you know how to modify the attributes you're on your way to customized soaps.
Is your olive oil genuine or not? Find out by reading the packaging label for certain clues and certifications and do a simple home test on your olive oil.
It seems impossible to make an apple cider vinegar soap, right? Knowing that apple cider vinegar is so acidic. The truth? Yes, it's possible to make an ACV soap.
Turmeric had surprisingly changed from a rusty orange color to a dark purple color due to the reactions during the saponification process in soap making.
Goat Milk Soap is very beneficial to the skin and excels in moisturizing capabilities however there is one caveat to understand when making goat milk soap.
Have you ever wanted to create a soap bar with two color stripes? If yes, then you'll find it's not that difficult and in fact it's really quite easy to make!
There are two oils which are readily available and commonly used for soap recipes. These two oils will produce soaps with significantly more abundant lather.
Does your soap have grit, true grit? There is one key material that can be added to your soap to get your hands clean much faster. Do you know what it might be?
Create a soap that has mild exfoliating properties using one popular breakfast item, oatmeal! Grind the oats to a fine powder and the exfoliation is very mild.
Tea tree essential oil has a uniquely medicinal quality and scent like none other. Never smelled Tea tree? Be inspired! Here are three simple uses for tea tree.
Eucalyptus blends well with many essential oils, but did you know it can be mixed by it's note! Eucalyptus has many household uses and is beneficial to the body.