When you are selling handmade natural products locally you are going to where the people are. When selling online the people are finding you where you are. In either case your handmade creations are a bonus. The good news is that more and more people are conscious of what they are putting on their skin. Your handcrafted soap is perfect for local events and online.Read More
With the summer just around the corner, this sentence peaked my interest. “When using kokum butter in your soaps, you or your customers will benefit from its cooling effects on the skin. This makes kokum soaps great for use during the hot summer months of the year.”Read More
Periscope is actually one of my favorite Live Streaming platforms as it is connected with twitter and like I stated earlier, the opportunity to learn just about anything exists on this platform. Periscope is actually where Live Soap School was born! Cold Process Soap has a shorter processing time which allows me to get through an entire broadcast in about 60 minutes, if everything is ready to go.Read More
If you have ever watched me make soap you already know that color excites me! Color changes a simple loaf into a work of art or a disaster depending on how it’s mixed, poured or combined in the mold. The true color of the soap cannot be determined until after the cure is complete. This is because chemistry is still at work.Read More
I make vegetable based handcrafted soap as an expression of my creativity, something I have seen, or something that I feel. I often include #morethansoap in my posts and figured it would be a good idea to describe what I mean by #morethansoap. In its essence soap cleans dirt. However the sheer act of creating something from nothing unlocks so much more in the individual creating the work of art.Read More
Timehop is an app that displays photographs you previously posted on Social Media platforms. What it fails to convey are the emotions, stories and implications behind those pictures. I often get the notifications of those memories waiting for me to reshare and I think do I really want to go there.Read More
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