Soap Making

How I Line My Log Molds

Toni / December 30, 2017

In this video I show you how I line my log molds. Its not pretty but you get the idea of how simple I make it. Theres no measuring, just a few folds and cuts. The first time is always the hardest but once you get the hang of it, there’s really no hassle. Ignore my husbands arms reaching across…

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How to Make All Natural Healing Salve

Toni / December 3, 2017

(Post contains affiliate links) There are a lot of natural healing salve recipes out there and they all tout different medicinal healing properties. I have been making my own salves for quite some time, plucking the best parts of each recipe I’ve made or stumbled across. The end result is this super healing salve and I’m going to teach you…

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Soap Making

Unicorn In-The-Pot Swirl

Toni / November 17, 2017

Yesterday I made this pretty soap for Valentine’s day…. a little early but every year I’m so far behind for holiday soaps and I’m determined to be ahead of schedule and make the most of holiday sales this year. I haven’t picked a name for it yet so I’m temporarily calling it Unicorn Soap because the colors and glitter make…

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Activated Charcoal and Tea Tree Soap

Toni / November 6, 2017

Today I made Activated Charcoal and Tea Tree soap to go into my Christmas Gift Box Sets. All of the items in this box set have a “healing” theme and this particular soap can only be bought in the gift set so my customers look for it every holiday season. Recipe 18 oz Coconut Oil 18 oz Olive Oil 18…

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How to Infuse Dried Herbs in Oil

Toni / October 18, 2017

Herbal infusions are made by “brewing” large amounts of herbs in water or oil. As the herbs steep, their nutrients are drawn out into the liquid. All of my infusions are done in oil that I then use in soaps, balms, or my all natural healing salve. There are two ways to infuse herbs in oil: Slow Infusion / Cold Infusion…

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