While vitamin E has nourishing properties for your skin, does using vitamin E in soap making actually work? Here’s what you need to know.
If you’re planning on making large batches of soap, check out our compilation of tips and places to score affordable bulk oils for soap making.
Looking for a budget-friendly vegetable oil for making homemade soap? Here’s how to use soybean oil for soap making.
Making handmade soap that have to be expensive. We’ve rounded up the best cheap oils for soap making that will still make great soap on a budget!
If you’re looking for a moisturizing oil to add to your batch of soap, consider using neem oil in soapmaking. Rich in vitamin E and fatty acids, learn more about it here!
Are you looking to make a harder bar of soap? Check out the best hard oils for soap making along with a few brittle oils too (plus learn about their properties).
A reliable digital scale is an essential tool for making homemade soap. Here’s how to find the best scale for soap making for your needs.
When making a batch of homemade soap, it’s important to choose the right vegetable oil for soap making. Here’s what you need to know.
What’s the best thermometer for soap making? We’ll go over the pros and cons of digital infrared thermometers and candy thermometers.
If you’re new to soap making, you might ask, can you use Roebic lye for soap making? Lye for soap making needs to be 100 percent sodium hydroxide. Read more.
Looking for a botanical to add to your homemade soap? Here’s how to use juniper berries in soap making plus juniper berries benefits for skin.
If you’re looking for a natural way to make soap (without lye), the soapwort plant is just what you need. We’ll show you how to make soap from soapwort plant!
If you’re looking for a natural way to get a better night’s rest, we’ll show you how to make your own DIY sleep pillow along with some of the best dream pillow herbs to use.
Looking for alternatives to single use plastic straws? Here’s a comparison of stainless steel vs. glass straws, plus a look at other reusable straws.
If you’re decluttering, or making the switch to reusable cloths, you might be wondering, how many cleaning cloths do you need? We’ll help you figure this out!
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