An 11 year veteran of the bath and body industry teaches others how to build their own business by making soaps, lotions and scrubs.

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Latest Blog Posts for Making Bath Products

  • Soap Curing – why soap needs to cure
    on Feb 11, 2011 in Soap Instructions curing soap
    Cold processed soaps need time to cure and age before they can be labeled and sold. The Hot Process method of making soap does make for a bar that can be sold right away however, their look and feel is not the same as cold process. Cold process soaps...
  • Cutting Soap into Bars – how to slice soap
    on Feb 11, 2011 in Soap Instructions
    The number one question we receive on our bulk soap loaf site is, how do I cut the loaf of soap into bars?  What do I use? For years, we have used a wooden mitre box and a pastry scraper to cut the soap.  If you choose to use a knife to cut with, m...
  • Soy Wax Candles – Why Soy Candles are the Natural Alternative
    on Feb 10, 2011 in Articles - Reprinted
    Soy Wax Candles – Why Candles Made Out of Soy May Be the Healthy and Natural Alternative by Connie Ragen Green Soy candles have many advantages over the more traditional paraffin candles. They were first offered to the public by a chain of stor...
  • Similarities of Candle and Soap Making Supplies
    on Feb 10, 2011 in Articles - Reprinted
    by Thomas Morva | August 28, 2005 There are a number of similarities in making soap and candles. Both require pouring the raw materials into molds to give them shape.  Candles and soap need scents and color as well. Many stores s… Candle...
  • How does soap work?
    on Feb 10, 2011 in Articles - Reprinted
    // How does oil & dirt get washed away with soap? by Dr. George Grant. July 12, 2005 We use soap each day in our lives in the form of detergents, shampoo, shower crème, or bar soap. We are so used to using soap that we rarely stop and wonder how...
  • Aromatherapy Massage – A General overview
    on Feb 10, 2011 in Articles - Reprinted
    by Fred Quaye The benefits of massage are known to all and sundry. They include relaxation, the improvement of blood circulation, relief of stress and pressure, lessening the effects of muscle tension, and the enhancement of both the physiological an...
  • Emulsifying Wax – how to use emulsifying wax
    on Feb 9, 2011 in Lotion Making lotion making lotions
    // Emulsifying wax is a necessary ingredient when it comes to making lotions and creams. Everyone has heard the term “water and oil don’t mix”.  The use of emulsifying wax will do just that – bind your oils and water together on a molecular...
  • Getting high on bath salts
    on Feb 9, 2011 in Greg's Ramblings
    // It seems that the bath and body industry is getting a bad name these days, but for no good reason.  The other day a customer asked me if we had those bath salt you get high on.  I had no idea what she was talking about.  She was teasing, by the...
  • Eucalyptus essential oilCOMMON NAME: eucalyptus PROPER NAME: eucalyptus radiata ORIGIN: Australia, Spain, Tasmania PARTS USED: leaves, twigs FRAGRANCE: camphorous, fresh, strong AROMATIC BENEFITS: balancing, cooling, invigorating, stimulating SPIRITUAL USES: healing, health...
  • Oils for Different skin types
    on Feb 7, 2011 in Articles carrier oils
    The various types of oil react in different ways with the skin. For example, grapeseed and rice bran oil are good for nearly all types of skin – light, beneficial and rapidly absorbed into the skin.  Wheat germ oil acts as a preservative, so it’...
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