Forget the antibacterial soaps using harsh chemicals. Here’s how ingredients found in nature can create natural antibacterial soap.
Here’s the scoop on sodium lauryl sulfate vs. sodium laureth sulfate. These two similar chemicals share some similarities, but there are also key differences.
What is SLS free, exactly? If products don’t contain sodium lauryl sulfate, does this make it safer? We’ll take a closer look at why this label is misleading.
Looking for a milder product to keep acne at bay? We’ll go over what you need to know about natural soap for acne and which ingredients are best.
Trying to decide if liquid body wash or a soap bar is better? We’ll go over the pros and cons of body wash vs. bar soap to help you make an informed decision.
Warm and uplifting with antibacterial and antifungal properties, here’s a roundup of orange essential oil uses and benefits.
Touted as a detoxifying skin care treatment, are there really any activated charcoal soap benefits? We’ll take a closer look at activated carbon and skin.
Is your skin in need of a pick-me-up? Lavish your skin with coconut oil benefits in soap, a vegan-friendly oil rich in vitamin E and antibacterial properties.
More than just a flower, lavender has many healing properties. Here are a few lavender soap benefits, how to use lavender EO, and how to make your own soap.
What is Aleppo soap? This olive and laurel oil based soap has plenty of skin-loving properties. Read more about its benefits and how to make your own!
Looking for inspiration on how to wrap your DIY bath bombs? Here’s a roundup of 16 eco-friendly bath bomb packaging ideas.
While these two ingredients come from the same plant, they are different. Let’s take a look at palm oil vs. palm shortening for your DIY projects.
Now that you’ve made your batch of homemade soap, what next? Here’s a roundup of 13 eco-friendly soap packaging ideas that fit every budget.
If you have a collection of old bath bombs, you’re probably wondering, do bath bombs expire? Yes, they do! Here’s what you need to know.
If you’re not a “bath person,” no worries. We’ll show you how to use a bath bomb in the shower plus 8 other alternative ways to use those bath fizzies.
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