Soap is a necessity in the household. And you have to admit, sometimes, picking the perfect soap can be hard. It can cost you a lot of money and it’s really difficult to find something without a lot of chemicals in it.
So why not make your own homemade soap? We’ve gathered some of the best and incredible homemade soap recipes you can try. It would be fun and a great way for you to start making soap in no time!
If you’re looking for a fun craft you can share to your kids, this may just be the one. Introduce your little ones to the art of soap making with this easy and colorful homemade soap idea. See how you can make it here.
Cold Process Homemade Soap
Find out how to make soap using the cold process and check out the homemade soap recipes for these nourishing all-natural soaps.
Personalize soap with this amazing idea. This would also be a great gift you can share with your family and friends. See how you can make it here.
Goat Milk Soap Bars
Enjoy the benefits of goat’s milk with this easy goat milk soap recipe.
Lye Free Soap
If you prefer soap that’s lye free, this would be the perfect lye free soap recipe you can try.
Oatmeal with Almonds Goat Milk Bar
Oatmeal has great benefits for the skin, why not combine it with goat milk and turn it into a handmade soap? Follow the steps to make it.
Goat Milk Soap
Soft and luxurious, check out these ideas by our friends at PioneerSettler.com.
Homemade Pumpkin Spice Soap
Ten minutes is all you need to make this homemade soap. This would be the perfect gift you can give for Fall! See how to make it here.
DIY Cinnamon Hazelnut Coffee Soap
Please don’t put it in the dining table, you may mistake it as a delicious brownie. See how you can make this homemade soap here.
Cute Airplane Soap
If it’s difficult getting your kids to take a bath, this homemade soap will solve your problem. Find out how to make it here.
Handmade Vanilla Latte Soap
Do you love coffee? Well were sure you’ll love the aroma of this homemade soap. Check it out here.
Colorful Dotted Handmade Soap
Go retro with this really cute handmade soap. See how you can make it here.
This would be the easiest handmade soap you can make in one-two-three- four… and you’re done! Check out the four easy steps here.
Exfoliating Coconut Soap
Coconut is great for dry skin. This homemade soap recipe will also give you a plus with it’s exfoliating properties. Check it out here.
Buttermilk Baby Soap
Baby’s skin is super sensitive. Wouldn’t you want to know what ingredients exactly are in the soap you use for them? Try this mild homemade soap that perfect for your baby’s skin. See the recipe here.
Ready to make your own but don’t know where to start? This is a great starter kit for you to begin with!
Beginner Handmade Soap
If this is your first time making soap, we recommend this homemade soap recipe.
This is a great soap making idea, loofa and soap all in one bar. See how you can make it here.
Organic Liquid Soap
If you’d like to go organic, this is a great homemade hand soap you can try to make. Check it out here.
DIY Tin Soap
This would be the perfect gift idea or something you can easily bring with you when you travel. Get the soap recipe here.
Are you ready to make your own soap now? I sure hope so! Here’s a list of my favorite supplies:
- Soap coloring – sure, neutral soap colors are great but I personally love to add some color!
- Soap molds – even though the block soaps are my favorite, these little molds are great for gift soaps!
- Packaging – add the final touch to your handmade soaps with this beautiful packaging.
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