I have been tempted for the longest time to purchase some wheatgerm oil for soaping and lotion. I remember back in the 1970’s using Faberge’ Organics Wheat Germ Oil and Honey products and always loved how it made my hair feel. Finally I did buy some wheatgerm oil a few weeks ago! So this weekend, I made a couple batches of soap and a conditioner (more on that later). Continue reading “Wheatgerm Oil – Soapy Experiments – Daphne and Velma”
Of the many things I made this weekend, I did get a chance to whip up two batches of palm-free soap (hooray!). I named them “Terra Cotta” and “Eskimo Kisses”.
Alas, I didn’t have the greatest of success, but they may still cure out to be wonderful — only time will tell!
Have you ever had one of those weekends when everything you did just turned out 100% perfect, or even better than you imagined? Well, I didn’t have one of those, but it was almost that! I only had one thing that didn’t turn out to my liking. All the rest of them met or exceeded my expectations!
I did a lot of things this weekend; three batches of soap, two lotions and bath bombs. I was quite busy, but now that it’s over, and I put all my stuff away, I feel like I got some good recreation time in.
So let’s start out with what didn’t turn out like I expected and go from there (we’ll get that one out-of-the-way). 🙂 Continue reading “Five Outta Six Ain’t Bad”
I posted over the weekend about three soaps I had made – Patchouli & Spearmint, Ginger, Carrot & Orange, and Dragon’s Fire. Today they were finally ready to un-mold (sort of) and I got a chance to cut them and get a few pictures.
In the past couple days, I made four soaps: Avobath Type, Peppermint Tea Tree Pumice and Zeolite Soap, French Green Clay with Lavender & Tea Tree Soap, and Honey I Washed The Kids Soap. Today they were ready to cut, so I thought I would share the joy of cutting them with you! Continue reading “Soap Cutting Day! Four New Soaps Unveiled!”
For the longest time I have wanted to make some clay soaps, but I just never found the time. I have had some various clays sitting around for months, just begging to be used. Well, this past weekend, I did it! I tried a new thing or two!
My goal was to make a couple of facial soaps. One for dry, sensitive skin and one for oily, blemish prone skin. Good thing I had a couple of perfect clays for that. And they turned out beautiful!
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After November 4th, the price goes up to $1.99 (USD), and then on November 7, it goes back to its normal price of $2.99. Continue reading “Kindle Ebook Promotion Deal is Live – Get “Pure and Mild Soap: Natural & Nature Identical Cold Process Soaps” for just 99 cents (USD) for a limited time.”