Soap making recipes and resources
Although they can be used for cold process soaps, most of the Cuardach recipes are hot processed. Cuardach Recipes are at the bottom of the page.
Ponte Verde soap and body care recipes
Escentials of Australia recipes for Soap and MORE!
Rebecca's Soap Deli
link to soap making essentials soap recipes
Rebecca's Bath and Beauty Recipes
Herbal Healing Salve Recipe
Equipment most commonly used in Bath and Body Products (Humblebee & Me)
Using preservatives in Sugar Scrubs
Comments on each company are my own personal opinion on my experiences dealing with these suppliers. Some are suppliers I have used and some I know of. I receive no commission from recommending them.
Saffire Blue ON Cannot recommend using this supplier-just my own personal experience. Some people have good luck with this supplier.
YellowBee (Packaging + micas) AB
New Directions Aromatics
Mountain Rose Herbs
Formulator Sample Shop
Bulk Herb Store
Wholesale Supplies Plus
New Directions Aromatics (UK)
Mystic Moments (UK)
Soap Kitchen (UK)
Bay House Aromatics (UK)
Cremas Caseras (Spain)
Oragnic Makers (Sweden)
Orestis Craft Center (Greece)
Avantgarde Cosmetics (The Netherlands)
Qualities of Soapmaking oils credit: (from the spruce)
Convert ounces to grams
Hand Milling/Rebatching of Soap
The reason I will not use or Endorse Palm oil
Due to the incredible amount of damage to the environment and animal habitat that is caused by the harvesting of palm oil many soap makers including myself have decided not to use palm oil in any of our products. Even sustainable palm oil contains certain amounts of palm oil that is not harvested in a sustainable and non damaging manner and the regulation of sustainable palm oil is not reliable. Therefore I have made a personal decision not to use any palm oil in my soaps, soap recipes, sell items in my shop that contain palm oil, nor endorse anyone who markets items with palm oil as an ingredient.