Whether you are making soap to sell or making it as gifts for family and friends, gift sets are great for all kinds of occasions.
The possibilities are endless…use your imagination and make some wonderful gift sets for that next craft fair or event you are attending. You don’t have to limit it to soap, make some nice bath salts to add to your basket or box. Continue reading
Can changing your diet really help to reduce inflammation? Yes it can, but be aware of other problems that can occur. Maybe not for everyone, but when removing one thing from the body it can react and cause other problems as we have found out.
My husband had suffered from terrible inflammation and joint pain and over the years we have tried many things including: Continue reading
How to color soap naturally
Natural colorants are amazing, but it takes time to get the process down and figure out what color you are going to get.
With natural ingredients you’ll find that a red color you have produced with infusions looks wonderful, but that color can change and look very different when mixed with the lye and then again after your soap is cured it can be a totally different color again.
So if you are looking for consistency in the color of your soap you may want to stick to oxides and micas – here is an article you may want to read Oxides and Micas Continue reading
Bath Body Care Products recipes
I would like to share with you some of the bath products recipes I have been using and making myself. Learn how to make a bath salt to soak in the tub relieving sore, achy muscles. Continue reading
Natural Soap Making
Natural Soap making can be a fun hobby, but I have to warn you it can be very addictive as well.
I started making soap for myself a long time ago, and found there were so many colors and scents to play with that soon I had more soap than my friends, family and myself needed so I started selling it. The more I made, the more different colors and scents and techniques I wanted to try so….if you Continue reading
I’ve been making soap for many years and am very cautious when it comes to lye, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t experienced the affects of a lye splash on my skin. It hurts! Continue reading
Have you ever been confused by the many soap making terms and abbreviations that are mentioned on websites or in recipes. Well here is a pretty good list of abbreviations and terms to help you through. Continue reading
The winter months can get very cold, sucking the moisture out of the air and leaving us with a very dry environment.
This dry environment can be hard on our skin.
Now when you add the winds, freezing temperatures and indoor heat the dry air will become much worse, and as the temperatures drop so does the humidity and humidity below 30% can really wreak havoc on your skin. Continue reading
Cannabis and Pain Management
As more research has been done into the use of Cannabis and pain management we are also learning about the other cannabinoids that make up this plant and that they vary depending on the strain.
THC is a cannabinoid found in cannabis plants – we all know that THC is what gives a person that high feeling, or stoned as some people call it. Continue reading
About Lavender Essential Oil
Lavender is a perennial herb native to Europe, the Mediterranean, East Africa, Southwest Asia and Southeast India. The lavender plant grows to a height between 18 and 24 inches and have gray feathery leaves. The flowers grow on spikes above the leaves and range in color from light to dark purple.
It requires about 250 pounds of lavender to produce about 16 ounces of essential oils.
Aroma –The scent of Lavender is described as sweet, herbal and floral. The scent is said to calm the mind, help to ease tension and stress as well as relax the body, mind and spirit. Continue reading