Melt and pour soap making is fun and easy. You do need to know a few things that will help you make the best soap possible. Here are a few things Ive learned as a soap maker.
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.
If you've ever wanted to know how to make bath scrubs, this is the project for you. Combine glycerin soap, white sugar and delicious fragrances to create your own Patriotic Bath Scrubs.
This soaps aroma is fleeting, but heaven to smell while washing your hands or face. The lather is smooth and silky.
Next time you're searching for crafts to make, consider homemade soap! Rosey Soap is a melt and pour concoction that will have your guests asking where you bought it! Perfect for wedding favors, too!
Make this Salt Rub Gift Set for all your favorite ladies! This is an easy gift idea for Mother's Day and birthdays...and a great craft to make for a girl's night in! Homemade salt rub is fun to make and won't harm your skin.
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.
Love homemade soap recipes? By combining soap and a loofah sponge to make this Scrub & Buff Loofah Soap, you can clean even the dirtiest of hands.
Learn how to make bath salts with this quick and easy tutorial. These simple, homemade bath salts only require 2 ingredients!
A reader shares her clever tip for creating a nice-smelling soap "bible" for any drawer of the home.