Monday, September 30, 2019
Friday, September 27, 2019
Pure Honey Cold Process Soap recipe from Brambleberry contains honey which is a very popular additive of honey which is a wonderful humectant. But adding honey does pose some challenges though. According to Brambleberry, natural sugar can cause the soap to overheat. Brambleberry says the key is to keep the temperature cool and not using too much honey.
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Blueberry Tart Melt and Pour Soap that will make you drool. These adorable soaps look good enough to eat, but they would make perfect party favors for bridal or baby showers.
Monday, September 23, 2019
Fall starts today. And I found this really cute Pumpkin Luffa MP Soap from Wholesale Supplies Plus that can make great presents from now thru Thanksgiving. These cute pumpkin soaps have a luffa inside to make them an exfoliant soap. The soap is scented with a Pumpkin Peppercorn which is a great twist.
Friday, September 20, 2019
Simple Coffee Soap that would perfect for you. This soap contains used coffee grounds for exfoliation and coffee better for extra moisture. Fresh grounds can bleed in soap, so that is the reason why using used grounds is best. Instead of using a full distilled, this recipe is half distilled water and half brewed coffee.
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Monday, September 16, 2019
This Moon Child Salt Scrub recipe from Brambleberry is easy to make and it leaves skin feeling smooth. First, avocado butter and orchid extract are blended together - we recommend using a hand or stand mixer. A touch of Liquid Soap Concentrate Base is added to help the scrub wash away cleanly. Then fine grain Dead Sea salt is mixed in, along with a dash of mica.
Friday, September 13, 2019
Blue Moon. This is a beginner level project that would be a perfect gift or to have as a project for any party.
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Are you looking for a different look in your bars of melt and pour soap? The swirling effect in melt and pour soap is not difficult, but it does require an understanding of how the soap base behaves at different temperatures. Learn how to do the swirling effect in this tutorial from Brambleberry called Sparking Fig.