Watch this video to see the results of a rebatch. Sometimes our soap doesn’t do exactly what we want in the mold. We try very hard to get it right the first time but for some reason it just doesn’t come out right. Rebatching in Natural Soap is a method where we get a second chance to redeem our handmade creations.
Suppliers for oils, butters, lye, fragrance oils, essential oils and colorants are all over the internet. Here are some of my favorite soap ingredient suppliers for new soap makers.
I was on Instagram doing a little bit of preparation and realized I had every color in the rainbow for show. I needed something a little more masculine. I asked the live viewers, “What other color can I use”. Somebody responded “GRAY”! Watch the full broadcast here.
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.
Have you heard all of the rage about coconut oil? This wonder oil has an incredible reputation in soap making and for good reason. Find out why we love to add it to recipes and some additional holistic benefits.
This is the ultimate guide to homemade Vegan Soap. What it is, Why you should use it and how to make your own Vegan Soap with a Free Recipe for Dry Skin.