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 How to Use Saponins to Make Soap?

Answer Natural plant saponins found in plants like soap weed, braken and horse chestnut offer foaming boosts to homemade soaps and creams. These saponins are easily found in soap-crafting stores and on on... Read More »
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How to Make Liquid Soap From Leftover Bar Soap Slivers?

Your bar soap will always whittle its way down to an unusable size. But simply throwing away those little morsels of soap is seriously wasteful. Instead, you can horde the little slivers as they we... Read More »
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Recipe for How to Make Glycerin Soap With Liquid Soap?

Glycerin is a thick liquid that has no smell or color and is commonly used in household and bath products. Glycerin is also used in some foods as a filler or thickening agent and has a slightly swe... Read More »
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How to Make Your Own Dish Soap With Dry Soap Powder?

If you are tired of purchasing dish soap from the store, you can make your own dish soap at home and always have it on hand. Commercial dish soaps can contain harsh additives. You can use a few bas... Read More »
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How to Make a New Bar of Soap from Used Bars of Soap?

If you have too many leftovers from used soaps, this is a great way to make new soaps using old leftovers, read this guide. (By the way, this process of making soap is called hand-milling.)
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