Use up your leftover soap pieces to make this fun and colorful soap using our M&P Soap Bases.Read More
From Castile, or Castilia, a province in Spain, from which it originally came.Read More
A delightful summer scented soap with a fresh green tint will brighten up the dullest of days…You’ll like this one as much as we do!Read More
These Halloween handouts or party favors will be a favorite among kids as well as moms!Read More
We will be adding to this board as new tips/suggestions ariseRead More
Kona coffee is a fantastic sensory feast for both men and women – you won’t be able to make it fast enough.Read More
This massage balm is similar to those selling for $36 by L’Occitane. It is wonderful for full body massage and stress areas such as the neck and shoulders. It is not as strong as a Tiger Balm.Read More
Vegan, no animal or animal by-products. Contains no artificial colors or preservatives!Read More
This cold process soap recipe comes from Aude Lemaire in France. All her soap recipes are original with no added preservatives.Read More
Calculating lye: multiply the amount of oil/s you are using in ounces by the value for that oil from the chart below.
*Note which hydroxide you’re using. That total is the amount of lye (sodium hydroxide) needed. If using a combination of oils, multiply for each and add all the sums for a the total of all the fats.