Start making your own bar soaps with these homemade soap recipes. Even as a beginner, you’ll be surprised how quickly you can stock your cabinet with scented melt and pour soaps.
Easy Bar Soap Recipes
Once you realize homemade soap making is as simple as following the recipes below, you’ll want to start right now. Now, there’s no excuse holding you back from making your first soap bars!
Pick any recipe, and you’ll only need a handful of ingredients. Namely, a melt and pour soap base, plus one to three bottles of essential oil.
In a matter of minutes, you’ll stock your entire home with handmade soap bars. These make lovely gifts for any occasion, so pass them around your workspace and save up for the holidays!
How to Make Simple Homemade Soap Recipes
Melt and pour soap recipes are safe enough for you and your children to make together. Naturally lye-free, they are the perfect introduction to soap making because you don’t have to worry about dangerous messes, exposure to toxins, or wearing safety gear.
There are no chemicals or special protective gear necessary when you make melt and pour soaps at home.
Start by melting the soap base.
Then, stir in essential oils.
Next, pour that liquid into cute molds. Use muffin tins, silicone soap molds, or anything else you have around.
Have you dreamed of having homemade soaps on hand to give as gifts and adorn every sink in your house? Well, wake up and give these melt and pour recipes a try! Sorry, no need to be abrasive (unless, of course, we are talking about soap scrub). But seriously, these soap recipes could not be easier.
Be transported to a field of lavender as fast as you can by popping a bowl of soap base into the microwave. All there is to this bar soap recipe is melt, mix and pour - it’s as easy as 1-2-3. Perfect for beginners.
Make your man feel special in five minutes, and as a bonus for you, he’ll smell good, too. The blend of citrus, rosemary, and mountain savory essential oils creates the perfect “man-scent.” Factor in the easy melt and pour technique, and you can’t go wrong!
Here’s a great soap to make during the cold and flu season. A blend of mint, cedarwood, and eucalyptus essential oil soothes the sinuses, while goat milk and almond oil nourish the skin. You’ll get sinus relief, and your hands won’t crack or turn dry.
These adorable rose and peach swirl soaps have only three ingredients. The simple instructions teach a fool-proof way of making swirl designs in soap. Follow the step-by-step video tutorial and see how easy it is.