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Basics of Soap Making and What Goes Into It
Very detailed article on soap making and its process. I will surely try to mix different oils to create homemade soap. I will go for castor oil, coconut oil and olive oil because I want my final soap to be bubbly and moisturizing. And it should also be soft. I also checkout your collection on square shop, you have very nice soaps!
I think you have a good post here about what it takes to make soap. One of the more popular ways to do something custom that can be sold for good money. Great work!
Making soap can be very fun. If you can make custom soap and MONEY on the side, then you are very lucky. You have a good post here with plenty of information to get started!
This was a very detailed and informative post that I definitely loved reading. I remember my grandmother used to make her own soap when I was little instead of buying one from any shop in our vicinity. Whenever I asked her, she would tell me her version was much better than anything I could find, even at a pharmacy. I would love to try my hand one day at making an actual usable soap and not just for a chemistry experiment.
An interesting post. I’ve been interested in making my own soaps, as my skin tends to react poorly to many of the factory made, chemical ridden “soaps” that are currently available. I must say I didn’t know about the variation in the making process, and if I do decide to try out making my own soaps I will be sure to refer to this post. Unfortunately, I’ve never been particularly successful with making things myself, so it might take quite a few attempts to make a successful bar!
Thank you for sharing this interesting tutorial. I have been wanting to try to make organic soaps for a long time, especially since my body starts to react with chemical made soap. I just haven’t had the courage to put out the initial investment. Thanks for making the decision a little easier.
Wow, that sounds great. What are the bad things in store soaps, I’d like to know. Some of those soaps in the picture look delicious, like expensive fudge, and I’m afraid that my kids…or myself… might eat them. Hey, times are tough.
Oh wow this is so cool! I have always wondered what goes into making homemade soaps. There are so many different colors and fragrances and best of all they don’t have the chemicals that damage the skin. Are there certain things that do better in soaps as opposed to others? Are there certain things you should not put in your homemade soaps?
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