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.
To celebrate her upcoming book release “The Natural Soap Making Book for Beginners”, Kelly has allowed me to share one of the great recipes from the book with you! I have been wanting to try a soap using fragrant cocoa butter so I was excited to choose her recipe for Cocoa Mint soap. I was […]
There’s something about making your own soap that makes you feel capable and crafty. Soap, for most people anyway, is something you see every day. It’s personal. It literally touches just about every part of your body.
Cellulite is just something that most women can’t avoid—it’s part of being a woman! Even if you are thin, you can have cellulite. There is more general information about cellulite in this article. With that said, there are ways to manage it, feel great at the same time, and keep yourself healthy in the process. […]
Shampoo bars are all the rage lately. But have you seen the prices of them? YIKES! You can buy the ingredients to make at least a dozen DIY Melt and Pour Shampoo Bars for the price of 2 of those “spa” bars. And they are so simple to make. I don’t use shampoo bars daily […]
My melt and pour coffee soap is awesome for gardeners, chefs and anyone wanting some exfoliation in the shower! Easy and fast to make, this coffee soap smells divine. It is a great pick-me-up for your morning shower and it makes a wonderful gift for you’re coffee loving friends and family. I know some of […]