Learn how to make old-fashioned-style pine tar soap using melt and pour soap base; no handling of lye required!
Old-fashioned pine tar soap (and pine tar salve) is often used by those with difficult to treat skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, and other dry, itchy, flaky skin conditions.Continue reading
Learn how to infuse skin-loving dandelion flowers into soap base to create these super easy dandelion and honey melt and pour soap bars.
This soap is naturally colored with dandelion flowers, while honey adds nourishment and a slight boost to lather.
It’s a melt and pour version of my popular cold process Honey & Dandelion Soap.Continue reading
Melt & pour soap dough is similar to playdough, only you can use it for bath time fun once you’re done playing!
After creating shapes with cookie cutters or playdough tools, you can use one or more soap pieces right away, or leave them to air dry for several days, then use the resulting shapes.
Alternatively, you can roll the dough back into a ball and store it in an airtight container. Soften it for five to ten seconds in a microwave on defrost mode, as needed.Continue reading