There are many benefits of palm oil in soap. It adds hardness and stable, creamy lather. But, the use of this oil is controversial. Find out why.
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.
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.
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 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!
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.
Did you know radishes are an excellent source of vitamins A, C, E and K? The list of health benefits goes on. Learn more about radish microgreens nutrition plus how to grow them.
More than just a flower, sunflowers are a source of healthy greens. Learn more about sunflower microgreens nutrition, how to grow them at home, and how you can use them!
There are so many beet microgreens benefits: they’re rich in antioxidants, and vitamins A & K. Learn to grow your own to get all the benefits of beet greens!
Learn all about the benefits of flax microgreens, how to grow them, and why you should be including them in your diet.
Learn how to make nourishing, healthy smoothies at home with these simple microgreen smoothie recipes. Guaranteed to satisfy your hunger!
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.
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