Homemade Soap Recipes & Methods
Where To Begin
Many homemade soap recipes and methods can be found below, but if you are new to this craft I recommend starting with my post on soap making at home for beginners, it’s a great place to begin learning how to make soap in different ways.
With DIY soap, you have the traditional methods which involve using a wonderful array of textures and fragrance. Beginner tutorials on this include how to make cold process soap, a simple hot process soap, and the three different ways to make liquid soap.
Besides this, you have a simpler method known as melt and pour soapmaking, this creates a less complex soap but is quick and still lots of fun.
Cold Process Soap
Cold process is perhaps the most authentic form of making soap. It seems complicated at first, but it’s actually very easy and not much harder than baking a cake. In fact, I’ve found it to be extremely addictive, and a wonderfully rewarding hobby. Here’s how to make soap using cold process.
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I’m obsessed with homemade liquid soap! Okay, let’s be real, I say I’m obsessed with everything I make. But I just can’t help it because I’m loving how this soap makes my skin feel! Here’s an overview showing you the three different methods we can use to make liquid soap.
3 different ways to make gorgeous, skin-loving homemade liquid soap. No more will we subject our poor hands, hair, and faces to the harsh chemicals of store-bought soap.
After a few weeks testing and perfecting the process of liquid soap making, I’m now the proud owner of several colorful bottles of lush smelling totally natural loveliness. No surfactants here to irritate my skin, just nourishing creamy soap packed full of moisturizing oils.
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Hot Process Soap
Hot process soap, also known as crockpot soap, will produce a wonderful, luscious soap that is infused with the gorgeous aroma of your essential oils. It smells so good you’ll almost want to take a bite out of it, but don’t do that because that’s just crazy talk.
This hot process soap recipe will produce a wonderful, luscious soap that is infused with the gorgeous aroma of sweet orange. It smells so good I almost wanted to take a bite out of it.
Melt & Pour Soap
The Melt and Pour process method is probably the simplest method of all as you don’t have to be a skilled soap maker. I recommend that you start with the basic MP process shown below.