Additions

Natural and chemical additions to your homemade soap.

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Free pet shampoo bar recipe

Pet Neem and Shea shampoo bar recipe

Why not make your own pet shampoo and save money while making your very own balanced soap? But before you start, check with your veterinarian. Lye-based shampoo may be wrong for your pet for many reasons – like the height pH, e.g. (Remember, all recipes on this site are to be used at your own …

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Shea Butter soap without Palm Oil

This soap recipe is specifically composed for those who don’t like to use palm oil in their household. To get a longer-lasting bar, we added some vinegar – You can use apple cider vinegar or any other you like, as long as it is 5% acetic acid. Read more about how and why we add …

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Conditioning shampoo bar with Shea and ACV

This shampoo bar will not stripe the hair of natural oils and allow it to retain moisture while balancing hair oil production. This is achieved by it’s the combination of using high conditioning oils and no-cleansing oils. Apple Cider Vinegar gives a hard bar of shampoo and makes it easy to use. ACV is believed …

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8% Beeswax Soap Recipe

With this recipe, you will get all the benefits of the beeswax in your soap. It makes a nice hard bar of soap, and your skin will love it. Beeswax is a strong anti-inflammatory and helps heal wounded or irritated skin.  Furthermore, beeswax is high in vitamin A, which has been found to support cell reconstruction …

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Natural color Swirl soap with Cocoa and Turmeric

This is a perfect soap for mature skin. It is made from Rapeseed Oil, Coconut Oil, and Shea Butter. It has an easy swirl pattern, made from just layering the batter and swirled with a spoon. The soap is added a little beeswax and the colors are from cocoa powder and turmeric. The soap is …

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Savon de Marseille Recipe for Marseille Soap

The oldest trance of Marseille Soap was recorded around 1370. Original Savon de Marseille was made with pure Olive Oil, water from the Mediterranean Sea, and ash from sea plants. The soap was cooked for several days in a prolonged hot process and stirred all the time. Even after this long cooking time, the soap …

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