I’m sure that you’ve seen liquid castile soap recipes all over the place. Liquid castile soap has so many uses that it’s insane. It can be used to make all kinds of cleaners, detergents and even shampoos and body washes. Dr. Bronner’s is a really popular option, but comes with a hefty price tag. Want […]
This easy lavender goat’s milk soap is so simple and quick, it is a perfect recipe for beginning soap makers. The process takes about an hour, and only about five minutes to put together. The longest part of the process is waiting on the soap to cool! The result is a soap that is luxurious, […]
These goat milk shampoo bars have a generous helping of castor oil to promote a great lathering experience, along with a full amount of goat’s milk for an added creamy and luxurious feel. Shea (or mango) butter helps to slightly harden the finished bars while providing moisturizing properties for scalp and hair.
Herbal Beer has a long and wonderful history…but DIY herbal concoctions can be hit or miss. Read about two experimental herbal beers, (one that really worked, and one that was an ‘acquired taste’) four unique herbal ingredients to consider in your beer recipes, AND – have you ever thought about using beer as the base […]
Making your own homemade laundry soap is cheap, easy and long lasting! We’ve used this recipe for years and I can vouch to it’s potency! I garden and raise our flock of chickens and ducks. My husband is a rock crawling Jeeper that spends his free time fixing and modifying jeeps. Needless to say, we […]
I’ve been getting lots of requests for soaps lately! One of the soaps I make is a Lavender-Rosemary-Vanilla soap with French Pink Clay. I use the hot process method, which for me, is simpler than the cold process style because I don’t have to worry about temperatures of the oils and lye solution. PLUS, with […]