• how to make glycerin soap
    Intermediate,  Soaps,  Tutorials and recipes

    A Seascape in a bar of soap

    A DIY soap as lovely as turquoise shoal Our latest soap recipe won’t leave you out at sea! Seascape looks just like a snapshot of tropical waters breaking on a glittery beach, but it’s oh-so-easy to make. All you have to do is pour alternating layers of two melt-and-pour soap bases and dust with some mica. And ta-da! You’ve made bars of soap as mesmerizing as the ocean!    This homemade soap’s power lies not only in its beauty; it also has restructuring and revitalizing properties that your skin will adore. It’s as hydrating as the waters it resembles and will deeply nourish your skin. Beauty, benefits, and a breeze…

  • How to make solid shampoo
    Hair,  Intermediate,  Zero waste

    This homemade solid shampoo gives your hair real Sleek A-Peel!

    Your hair is sure to take a shine to this DIY solid shampoo Winter tends to make our daily lives a little duller: nights are long, days less bright. Our complexions lose some of their radiance, and our hair some of its shine. Luckily, we have little ways of brightening our days! There are beautiful homemade candles to add a warm glow to your evenings, a DIY face cream specifically formulated for winter, and last but not least, a homemade solid shampoo that will restore your hair’s natural shine. That’s the recipe we’re sharing with you today: Sleek A-Peel, a DIY solid shampoo that leaves your hair lustrous and silky!…

  • How to make soap?
    Soaps,  Tips and tricks,  Tutorials and recipes

    Which oils and butters should I use in my homemade soap?

    Making your own soap: A beautifully complex process Soapmaking is an art—we’d even say a science! Shout out to our workshop la Science du Savon (note that all our workshops are offered in French only)! But even when you’re working from a recipe, soapmaking can be a little challenging at first. So, developing your own cold process soap recipe is definitely no small feat!  First, you have to master the , but there’s a lot more to it than that! The oils and butters you choose will also have a direct impact on your final creation. They influence not only the final colour of your soap—as we explain in this…

  • face cream for aging skin recipe
    Face,  Facial cream,  Tutorials and recipes

    This DIY face cream keeps the Bloom on the Rose

    Put your best face forward Roses are red; violets are blue; time has its effects on me and you! And we believe that’s a beautiful thing: years of smiles, winks, and pensive furrows traced on our faces, along with all the seasons and all our experiences. Truly, aging skin is magic! So, today we’re honouring it with Bloom on the Rose, a homemade face cream for mature skin. It specifically cares for aging skin and helps it glow.  To make it, we selected ingredients with revitalizing, toning, and soothing properties that help improve your skin’s elasticity. Not by accident, this face cream recipe is also full of roses, with rose…

  • Intermediate,  Lip balm,  Tutorials and recipes

    Give a Subtle Hint with this tinted lip balm recipe

    A lip balm recipe that combines colour and care One perfect spring day, we were struck by the desire to add some of the season’s lovely hues to our smiles. But a problem quickly arose: we wanted colour, but we couldn’t just forget about the ever-so-fragile skin of our lips! Our solution? Here’s a Subtle Hint: it’s a homemade tinted lip balm that fulfills all our colour desires.  The vegetable oils and butter will nourish your lips, while the Golden wax 415 provides protection—here’s the proof that it can be used for more than massage candles! We propose two different shades that we’re very fond of, but don’t hesitate to…