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Sep 23, 2022 

Molding Soap: The Best (And Inexpensive) Soap Molds | Soap.Club

Making your own soap at home is a great way to save money and get creative. But, a mold is one of the most important things you'll need to create homemade soap. If you don't have a mold, you won't be able to make soap! So this is an essential part of your soap-making supplies. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to make or find your own soap molds. This article will show you some of the best (and cheapest) ways to make handmade soap casts. When you find the perfect mold, you can start making batches after batches of handmade soap!

Sep 13, 2022 

What To Use Lavender For: 12 Things to Do With Lavender | Soap.Club

Some of the benefits of lavender include: - Use lavender for its calming and relaxing effect, which can help to reduce stress and anxiety. - It can be used as a natural sleep aid. - Use lavender for its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties that can help to heal cuts, bruises, and skin irritations. - It can repel insects, making it a natural alternative to chemical pest control products. Let's take a look at some other uses for fresh lavender buds as well as dried lavender.

Sep 08, 2022 

Soap Calculators: Lye Soap Recipes, SAP Values, and Formulations | Soap.Club

Making your own soap can seem daunting, but it's really not that difficult! And with a lye calculator, it's even easier. Lye soap calculators take the guesswork out of soap-making by telling you exactly how much lye or sodium hydroxide and olive oil to use in your recipe. There are many lye calculators available online, but my favorite is SoapCalc. SoapCalc is free to use and provides information about your soap recipe. It will tell you the saponification value (SAP value) of your oils, as well as the lye concentration and water discount.

Aug 26, 2022 

How To Make Pure White Natural Soap From Goat Milk Recipe | Soap.Club

Goats milk soap is one of the oldest forms of soap making, dating back to at least the 8th century. It was used in ancient Rome and Greece, as well as in other parts of the world. The benefits of goats' milk soap are many, including its ability to cleanse and moisturize the skin while also being gentle enough for those with sensitive skin. This soap-making combines oils (such as olive or coconut oil) with lye (sodium hydroxide) and shea butter which is combined with goat's milk. This mixture is then heated and cooled until it becomes solid. Goat milk soap is a natural way to cleanse and moisturize your skin. The fat in goat milk creates a gentle creamy lather on your skin, and the milk's natural enzymes help break down dirt and impurities.

Aug 22, 2022 

15 Amazing Benefits Of Shea Butter Soap | Soap.Club

Shea butter is a natural product made from the African shea nut tree. The benefits of shea nuts fat are multiple and well-documented. This natural ingredient has been used for centuries in Africa to protect the skin from harsh weather conditions. Recent studies have shown that the butter from shea nuts can also help to diminish the appearance of scars, stretch marks, and other skin blemishes. It can also help keep the skin hydrated and supple when used regularly. Shea butter is a kind of oil obtained from the fruit of the karite tree, better known as shea butter, as the contains several important nutrients, including vitamins A and E and essential fatty acids. These nutrients work together to nourish and protect the skin. Shea butter is also known for its anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to soothe irritated skin.

Aug 15, 2022 

Best Organic Soap Base: Our Complete Guide to Using Melt-and-Pour Soaps | Soap.Club

If you're looking for an easy way to make homemade soaps, then you'll love using a melt-and-pour soap base. You can create beautiful, unique soaps perfect for gifts or personal use with just a few simple ingredients. Many different types of soap bases are available on the market, but not all are created equal. This guide will show you how to choose the best organic soap mix for your needs and provide some tips and tricks for using melt-and-pour soaps. If you're new to melt-and-pour soap making or just looking for a straightforward guide, this article is for you! We'll walk you through everything you need to know about using melt-and-pour soap making, from choosing the right base for your project to adding color and scent and finding soap recipes.

Aug 10, 2022 

25 Amazing Uses And Benefits Of Hemp Seed Oil | Soap.Club

Hemp has been cultivated thousands of years in countries such as China, Chile, and Europe. Hemp is the common name for cannabis plants that produce useful items such as seeds, oil, and strong, long-lasting fibers from tall varieties of the Cannabis Sativa plant. Hemp has been utilized for a variety of things throughout history. The benefits of hemp seed have many uses, including medicine, natural pain relief, food, and fuel. The hemp seeds are high in omega oils, fatty acids, and proteins, making them a nutritional source of nutrition, while the plants' fibers have been used to make cloth, paper, and even energy for millennia.

Jul 27, 2022 

Aloe Vera Soap: A Step By Step Guide To Make Soap At Home | Soap.Club

Aloe gel has been used in medicine for thousands of years, and it is as popular today as it was back then. A variety of skin treatments, cosmetics, and bathing products, such as aloe vera soap and shampoo, all include extracts. So, what is it about aloe vera gel that has made it a well-known medicinal plant? It is high in glycoproteins and polysaccharides, making it useful in a variety of alternative medicine applications, including wound healing, relief of inflammation, and cell growth. 

Jul 27, 2022 

How to Make Natural Soaps: A Detailed Guide | Soap.Club

The popularity of handmade soap bars has grown in recent years as people have become more aware of the harmful chemicals in mass-produced soaps and have been looking for organic alternatives. People are looking for ways to live more naturally, they want to know where their products come from, and they appreciate the handmade nature of artisanal soaps.