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New E-Class at Lovin Soap – Learn to Make Bath Bombs

July 13th, 2017|0 Comments

We've been having fun with our new series of Facebook Live classes! Many of you wanted replays, so we've got the first one available. It will be on sale (half off!) until 7/16/2017! REGISTER HERE

Our Not-For-Profit’s 2nd Trip to Senegal

July 6th, 2017|6 Comments

Lovin' Soap Project's second trip to Senegal proved to be quite fruitful. Almost exactly a year had passed since our first meeting our beautiful group in the Casamance region of Senegal, which is separated from

Rose Quartz Salt Bar (Cold Process Soap + Sea Salt) with Video

July 6th, 2017|0 Comments

My last Facebook Live in Saponification Nation was of me making salt bars! They came out great! If you are new to soap making be sure to learn the basics before attempting this advanced design

Interview with Beth Byrne About the NE Bubbles & Blazes Gathering

July 3rd, 2017|2 Comments

The NE Bubbles & Blazes Gathering will be held on July 28th & 29th at Moose Lodge, 3 Goodrich Rd, Owego, NY 13827. Learn about registration here. Let's chat with Beth Byrne to get the

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Guest Post: Natural Purple Plant Colorants for Soap Making: Troubleshooting and Tips by Jo Haslauer

June 24th, 2017|8 Comments

Let's talk about plant colorants that give us purple. (Left to right: Alkanet (weak infusion), Alkanet (in Lye), Alkanet (20% of Olive oil), Alkanet (20% of total oils), Ratanjot (20% of Olive Oil), Ratanjot (20%

Guest Post: To (water) discount or not to (water) discount? That is the question! by Roberta Galletti

June 19th, 2017|2 Comments

As all good students do, I have been following the basic rules of soap making since day 1. This included using a pretty high water amount to prepare my lye solution. 38% water (as a