Make homemade bath products as gifts for friends and loved ones! These easy DIY bath bombs are simple and thrifty gifts.
Try not to eat these delicious-looking cupcakes, because they are made of soap! These cute cupcakes fizz when dropped in the bath. Make a whole batch for gift-giving occasions with this tutorial from Little Birdie Secrets.
Kids and adults love bananas and will go bananas over this skin softening soap. This is a melt and pour or milled soap.
Turn ordinary soaps into decorative butterfly soaps with the help of a mold. These pretty soaps make thrify gifts any time of year.
This soaps aroma is fleeting, but heaven to smell while washing your hands or face. The lather is smooth and silky.
Using a melt and pour base for your soapmaking can save time and give you the best results possible whether you are making soap to use, gift, or sell! Read this soap making article from Maria Nerius.
Learn how to make bath salts with this quick and easy tutorial. These simple, homemade bath salts only require 2 ingredients!
Almost all homemade soap recipes call for oil or lard, olive oil works especially well, lye, and water.
If you're tired of looking at the same old soap pump and are looking for a replacement soap pump, check out this Mod Podge Soap Pump Tutorial, which will show you how to create cheerful liquid soap dispenser pumps, perfect for a bathroom pump soap dispenser.
When starting to make soap at home, you are bound to come across a few terms that you might not immediately know. In this soap-making glossary, find the definition of everything from Abrasives to Volatilization.