Looking for a new exciting hobby or just want to make something by your hands?

Then visit handmade soap making courses Lullaot

Here, you will get a lot of new information about how to make handmade soap by your hands, different soap making techniques, secret ingredients, herbals, and fragrances.

While cold-process soapmaking is extremely popular, the craft has a number of different styles and techniques.


Make Soap Inspired by Your Favorite Tea

When making soap from scratch, try to find a simple soap recipe that utilizes oils you might already have in your kitchen. You can also examine your pantry for other ingredients that would work well in a bar of soap.

DIY Gardener’s Hand Soap in a Mason Jar

A liquid hand soap with a little grit and great scent.

Yogurt & Banana Soap

With the core ingredients of banana powder, flax seed oil, and powdered yogurt, this body bar is rife with potassium, vitamins A, E, and B6, essential fats, and lactic acid. An excellent cure for dry skin, it also contains coconut oil, castor oil, babassu oil, cocoa butter, shea butter, and olive oil.


Rosemary Mint Shampoo Bars

Who doesn’t want to make their own healthy natural shampoo anyway? Also, these shampoo bars basically follow the same process as any handmade soap recipes so they shouldn’t be too difficult to make if you have experience.

Pumice & Poppy Seed Melt & Pour Soap

Looking for something a little more masculine? Guys need soap too after all! These Pumice & Poppy Seed Melt and Pour Soaps were made with dudes in mind. They feature plenty of scrub from poppy seeds, pumice and jojoba beads. The bars are scented with Bramble Berry’s Made to Measure Type Fragrance Oil, which is inspired by the popular men’s cologne.

Bentonite Clay Soap

The detoxifying powers of bentonite clay make this homemade soap recipe a must-have addition to your beauty routine.

Best ingredients to add to handmade soap


Calendula oil infusion

Calendula is widely known for its wonderful skin properties. It soothes irritated skin, calms down inflammation and sensitive areas.

Red Palm Oil

Highlighted by Dr. Oz as a “miracle fat!”, palm oil is sustainably harvested and perfectly rounds out the plant oil trifecta. It helps harden each bar of goat milk soap and has a number of important nourishing qualities that are great for your skin.

Apricot Kernel Oil

Properties: Highly Conditioning, Moisturizing, Stable Creamy Lather

High in vitamin A, C, E, linoleic and oleic acids. Too much can make soap too soft.


Isabella Batts, a handicrafter