The flowers are in bloom and that means the bees are out and buzzing around the garden. Time to start making honey candles and soap, one of my favorites. It's sweet aroma fills the kitchen and takes you back to childhood when your had a toast smothered in butter and honey. While you ate the … Continue reading Pure Honey Beeswax Candles
These little jewels just sit out of the ain stream of the flow of water in you shower and start to bubble . . .
always keep white vinegar at arm's length. . .
Don't worry about soap jargon, it took me a good year to feel comfortable with it . . .
What's happened since late September? I have been through HELL! I'm still making soap though . . .
Ahhhhh, back to the 70's! The fragrant musky smell of patchouli. I just love it! And when a customer requests a soap made with the fragrant smell of Patchouli I am on it! For some reason Patchouli is one of those essential oils that people just are adamant that they hate it completely, or they … Continue reading Patchouli, Love it, Or Hate it
Nothing beats the fragrant smell of essential oils. I have a way to enjoy them on your clothes in the dryer!
If this is one of your first cold process soap recipes don't worry about your fat content, super fat, and all of that soap jargon for now, you'll have plenty of time for it. You can drive yourself crazy trying to learn everything at once. It took me a good year to feel comfortable with … Continue reading One Of My First And Favorite Soap Recipes: Basic Cold Process Soap Recipe
People need soaps that do something, utility soaps, like oatmeal and honey, cooling soaps like peppermint and menthol.