Nourish from Within – How to Make Himalayan Salt Soap


Welcome to our latest DIY and Demo blog post where we will be showing you how to make your very own luxurious Himalayan salt soap. Himalayan pink salt is known for its unique mineral content, which includes magnesium, calcium, and potassium, that can nourish and improve the overall health of the skin. WAtch the video for a step by step walk through the process of making your own soap using Himalayan salt, and learn how you can customize it with your favorite essential oils to create a truly unique and indulgent experience for your skin.

Benefits of Himalayan SAlt

Himalayan pink salt is said to have various benefits when used in soap. Some of these benefits include:

  1. Exfoliation: The salt crystals act as a natural exfoliant, helping to remove dead skin cells and leave the skin feeling smooth and refreshed.
  2. Detoxification: The salt is believed to draw toxins out of the skin, helping to purify and cleanse the skin.
  3. Mineral content: Himalayan pink salt is rich in minerals such as magnesium, calcium, and potassium, which can nourish the skin and improve its overall health.
  4. pH balance: The salt can help to balance the pH of the skin, which is important for maintaining healthy skin.
  5. Anti-inflammatory: Himalayan pink salt is known to have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to reduce redness, puffiness, and other signs of inflammation in the skin.

It’s important to note that these benefits are not scientifically proven, and more research is needed to confirm the effects of Himalayan salt on skin.

You can find additional recipes to try at home in The New Soap Makers Cookbook series.

Himalayan sEa SAlt Soap REcipe

Sodium Hydroxide ~ 81 grams

Distilled Water ~ 243 grams

Baraka Virgin Coconut Oil ~ 472 grams

Baraka Shea Butter ~ 29 grams

Castor Oil ~ 88 grams

14 ounces of pink Himalayan sea salt

1 Ounce of Fragrance or Essential Oil of your choice



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  2. CA

    Lol! you’re are a joy to watch

  3. MrDaniloko23

    Why you don’t wear a mask to protect from the lye fumes?

    • Zakia Ringgold

      Great question if I’m mixing larger batches I would wear a mask but this was such a small amount that it doesn’t bother me.