Description: You only need three things to make this project – ivory soap, a kitchen grater and a tiny toy. Great project to do with a child.
Craft Link: DIY Snowball Soap
Description: Melt soap scraps and pour them into a play-doh mold to make these unique soaps. The color comes from crayons. Great toys for a child’s bath!
Craft Link: Make Action Figures From Soap
Description: Roots And Wings put up a very instructive tutorial on making your own Lego style soaps. Most of the instructions focus on creating your own molds from regular Lego pieces. Once you complete this tutorial, you should be able to create soap from virtually anything!
Craft Link : Lego Soap Tutorial
Craft Link : Japanese-Motif Soaps
Craft Link : DIY Simple Citrus Scrub (Yesterday On Tuesday)
Craft Link : Simple Soap Tutorial
Get ready for a fresh and fun summer: 3 Soap Making Tutorials From Martha Stewart. None require harsh chemicals or difficult techniques to learn. All are a pleasure to make.
Description : Sorry for my tackiness, but I never could resist a novelty soap; and when I saw the Marine Soap Menagerie, I didn’t even bother to try!
Craft Link : Marine Soap Menagerie
Description: Created from Epsom salts, food coloring, and essentials oils, these Homemade Bath Scrubs make an inexpensive gift idea.
Craft Link : Homemade Body Scrub
Craft Link : Embedded Bug Soaps
Craft Link: Yummy Fudge Soaps
Description : The Reindeer soap consists of a tiny toy reindeer and opaque soap molded in an ice cube tray.
Craft Link : Reindeer Soap
Craft Link : Lavender And Rosemary Soap
Directions : Martha Stewart give directions for making very attractive Homemade Glycerin Soaps.
Craft Link : Homemade Glycerin Soaps
Craft Link: Bath Snowballs
Description : Sand is mixed with glycerin soap to make the yummy looking Body Scrub Soap.
Craft Link : Recipe For Body Scrub Soap
Source : Country Home
Craft Link : Homemade Grass Soap
source: WSOAPP Blog
Toilette Recipes is an excerpt from a book written in 1880 called Decorum – A Practical Treatise on Etiquette and Dress of the Best American Society. The excerpt features a number of homemade beauty treatments. I’m not sure how many of the recipes are still practical today, but you will still enjoy reading through them.
Take one ounce of Myrrh in fine powder, two tablespoons of honey and a little green sage in very fine powder. Mix them well together, and wet the teeth and gums with a little every night and morning.