Handmade soap recipes page provides recipes for handmade soaps and other handmade skin care recipes.
A handmade soap that uses oats:
Start by grinding the oats into a fine powder using a food processor and set aside. Melt the MP soap base. Remove from heat and add the raspberry fragrance oil, the red food coloring (if desired), and the oat powder, stirring until well mixed. Pour into a soap mold and let set for three hours or until the handmade soap has hardened.
This soap is not only great for your skin but it is also very fragrant:
Start by grinding the almonds to a fine powder using a food processor or coffee grinder and set aside. Shred the soap and set aside.
In a heavy saucepan bring the water to a boil and then reduce the heat to a simmer. Remove the pan from the heat and add the almond powder, almond oil, and vanilla fragrance oil. Stir until well blended. Spoon the soap into a mold and let set for five hours or until hardened. Makes 1 bar. This soap is a great cleansing soap without drying out the skin
A very simple soap recipe:
Melt beeswax and keep warm and in a liquid state. Melt the soap base and then mix in the beeswax. Add honey and keep stirring until all melted. Pour into mold.
Another very simple recipe:
Melt all the ingredients together and pour into your mold. It makes a hard soap bar that is long lasting and lathers slowly.
This recipe for a handmade soap is a little more complex, but the end result is a great all-natural soap:
Melt soap in the water. After it has melted, add vitamin E oil and the remaining ingredients. After the soap has cooled and thickened, scoop out a small handful of the soap and roll into a ball. Flatten the ball to create a disk shape. As the soap cures, press the soap into a firmer and smoother shape.
Mix a little orange oil on your hands and polish the soap smooth. This soap will discolor if the lavender buds are added too soon to the melted soap.
This recipes takes advantage of the benefits of coconut for skin care as well as the antioxidant benefits of tea:
Melt the soap base and coconut oil, stirring well. Remove from heat and add 1 teaspoon of the peach tea, peach fragrance oil, and peach dye. Pour into peach molds.
Other Soap Resources
For other soap recipes and resources see the homemade soap recipes page.
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