Homemade soap for beginnersJuly 28, 2010
Soap-making at home has become very popular lately and there are quite a few explanations for this fact - firstly, hand soap is much more useful for our health, because it contains the maximum amount of natural components, secondly, this is a creative process, the results of which can be easily counted to masterpieces of art, thirdly, successful experience in soap making can be a good way to make money.
At first glance it may seem that making soap at home is not an easy thing and requires some special knowledge. In fact, the technology of soap making is quite simple, and the necessary components can be found both in online stores and in a pharmacy or in a regular store.
Hand soap can be made from the ingredients you need, and in this case it will not only cleanse your skin, but also gently care, nourish and moisturize it. And a bright, delicious-smelling soap of unusual shapes can be a great gift for any person -from the baby who loves to splash in the bathroom, to the mature father of the family, who prefers extraordinary things.
Information on how to make soap with your own hands - there are plenty of recipes, tricks and ways, in this article we will focus on making a simple, but useful and gentle soap.
Honey Milk Soap
This simple recipe will help you make a wonderful soap with your own hands - fragrant, gentle, nourishing and moisturizing skin of any type.
To create it we need the following ingredients:
- Glycerin - 1 tsp
- Honey - 2 tsp.
- Milk - 2/3 cup
- Baby soap 100 g
- Sea buckthorn oil - 1 tbsp.
- 15 drops of lemon essential oil
- Handful of chamomile flowers
Soap making technology
- We rub baby soap on a fine grater.
- Heat milk a little, add to soap and leave for some time.
- Put the mixture in a water bath to melt the soap.
- Gradually introduce the ingredients - the first honey (so that the soap is better heated), then glycerin, sea buckthorn oil, chamomile and essential oil. All gently stir, the mixture can not be brought to a boil.
- The resulting mass is poured into a common form for soap, if it later will be cut or in separate molds.
- Leave the soap for a few hours to freeze, remove from the mold and cut into pieces. Soap is ready.