Today’s the day! To celebrate the release of my book, 101 Easy Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health & Home, I put together a little gift for you. I made a mini download that includes 5 brand new, bonus recipes that tie into the overarching theme of the book – things to make from the flowers and herbs that grow around you. Within […]...read the full article.
Have you heard of the Soap Challenge Club? It’s a monthly challenge that you can join to learn new techniques and have fun with your soap making. (Plus, you can win some pretty great prizes!) I’ve been following Amy Warden’s Great Cakes Soapworks blog for a few months now and loved seeing how everyone interpreted the challenge […]...read the full article.
This recipe builds upon my milk soap making tutorial, which you can find HERE. With a few simple tweaks, you can turn a plain, unscented bar into a deliciously scented milk chocolate mint soap! To make this, you’ll need: 22 ounces olive oil (71%) 8 ounces coconut oil (26%) (if allergic to coconut oil, see […]...read the full article.
This winter rose soap recipe came about one gray and gloomy day when I was sorting through my dried flower collection from last summer. Rose is such an uplifting flower and scent; you can’t help but be cheered up when working with it! I thought it would make the perfect February submission for my newest […]...read the full article.