Nabulsi soap is a natural olive oil based soap from the West Banks. If you’re interested in making your own soap at home, we’ve got a Nabulsi soap recipe you’ll love.
Are you new to soap making? Check out our intro to melt and pour soap making techniques such as swirling, layering, embedding, and stamping.
If you’re new to soap making and don’t know where to start, we’ve created an essential soap making supplies for beginners list. Check it out!
A genius travel hack! Here’s an easy DIY. Learn how to make paper soap two different ways. These travel-friendly soap sheets are water-soluble.
Oil infusions are great for adding a little something extra to your homemade soaps. Here are 3 easy ways of infusing oils for soap making.
When you’re learning how to make vegan soap, selecting the right types of plant-based oils is key to making a great bar of soap. Learn more plus a roundup of vegan soap recipes.
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to make lye for soap the old-fashioned way with ashes, water, and a wooden barrel, we’ve got you covered. Check out our step-by-step guide.
Looking to make your own handmade soap from scratch? You’ll need some lye. Here’s where to buy sodium hydroxide for soapmaking.
If NaOH (aka lye) is a caustic chemical, is sodium hydroxide safe to use in soap and cosmetics? Here’s a closer look at the role sodium hydroxide plays in soapmaking and cosmetics.
Looking for a natural, yet effective liquid soap? Gather a few basic supplies. Here’s an easy DIY recipe: how to make liquid antibacterial soap with natural ingredients.
Whether you decide to buy or make your own homemade soap, the question remains, is homemade soap better for your skin? Here’s a look at homemade vs. manufactured soap.
If you’re looking to make your own homeamde soap, here’s the difference between sodium hydroxide and potassium hydroxide. You can’t substitute one for the other!
If you have a batch of NaOH at home, you might be wondering about the shelf life of sodium hydroxide pellets. Here’s what you need to know about storing lye.
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