If your soap bar is melting away, there are easy ways to fix this. Here’s a roundup of tips to make soap last longer, plus an easy hack to dry out mushy soap.
If you’re tired of soft bars of homemade soap, check out our guide on using stearic acid in soap. Plus we’ve rounded up a list of oils with high stearic acid.
Looking to lend hardness, cleansing properties, and fluffy lather to homemade soap? Here’s what you need to know about lauric acid in soap.
Lactic acid in soap helps to rejuvenate skin, while sodium lactate helps to harden up soap bars. Learn how to use both in homemade soap!
Whether you have a coconut oil allergy, or just don’t like it, we have 3 easy cold process soap recipes without coconut oil. Let’s make soap!
This basic cold process soap recipe uses just two oils: coconut and olive oil. This recipe is great for beginners or anyone looking for a nourishing soap bar.
The pH of hand soap varies depending on the type of soap (homemade vs. commercially produced). Learn more about how pH affects your skin.
Using lard for soap making is a great way to reduce waste and make a bar of soap with mild moisturizing qualities. Learn more.
Ground or as an essential oil, cinnamon in soap makes for a lovely and fragrant addition to your next batch of homemade soap. Read up on how to use it.
Add room temperature soap making to your soaping methods. Also called the heat transfer method, use the heat of the lye mixture to melt hard oils. Learn more.
Having a stick blender for soap making allows you to bring your soap batter to trace in a matter of minutes rather than hours. Here’s what to look for.
What is yoni soap and do you need a special soap for your lady parts? Learn why you should be wary of yoni soap claims and what you really need to stay clean.
Here’s what you need to know about making and using natural lye for soap making, and why using soaps made with sodium hydroxide lye is safe.
Are you on the hunt for the best coconut oil for soap making? Here’s what to look for in coconut oil, plus key differences between different types.
The safflower plant has many skin and hair nourishing properties. Here’s how to use it, plus an easy homemade safflower oil soap recipe you can make at home.
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