• making a solid facial serum
    Face,  Intermediate

    This DIY solid serum has a Heart of Glow

    The new must-have product in your beauty routine Just like you, your skin deserves the best! It’s important to choose appropriate products that care for and enhance your complexion, so your face glows as much as you do inside. That’s why we recommend trying out our new solid serum recipe to let your complexion know that you’ve got a Heart of Glow.  In making a solid serum, hardness is the first factor to master. It can’t be too hard or it will be impossible to apply, but if it’s too soft it will feel like play-dough. You’ve got to find the right balance. A serum has other very important properties…

  • how to make shampoo for oily hair
    Beginner,  Hair,  Tutorials and recipes,  Zero waste

    Hair in Harmony keeps your mane in balance

    Help your oily hair find balance with a homemade solid shampoo It’s not easy to feel zen about your oily hair. Desperate to get rid of grease, you try strong products that end up fully stripping your hair of its natural oils. Cruelly, this actually makes the situation worse by spurring sebum production and leaving your locks looking dull! That’s why we came up with Hair in Harmony, a gentle homemade solid shampoo that will leave your mane healthy, silky, and best of all, not greasy! How, you ask? The clays in this solid shampoo recipe gently clean your hair, while the carefully selected vegetable oils help regulate sebum production.…

  • homemade lip balm
    Beginner,  Lip balm,  Tutorials and recipes

    This DIY lip balm is as sweet as a summer berry!

    Your smile’s going to love this recipe! Tempted to pamper your lips while adding a touch of colour and flavour? We’ve got just what you need! A tinted lip balm recipe with a subtle crimson colour and a delicious taste. You’ll see, Very Berry is also very irresistible!   Your lips have particularly thin and delicate skin, so you need to give them extra care. A good lip balm nourishes them with the right oils and butters and protects them with beeswax or vegetable wax… and why not pretty them up at the same time with a hint of colour? This homemade tinted lip balm both provides care and brings out…

  • 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…

  • cold process soap recipe
    Face,  Intermediate,  Soaps

    A complexion as bright as Glitter in the Gloom

    This charcoal soap recipe helps purify your skin A darkness has settled over the earth. Everything is dim and shrouded in shadows. And yet, you spot a gentle shimmer in the distance. This Glitter in the Gloom offers a ray of hope for dull, tired complexions. How could this be? Well, this light comes from a DIY activated charcoal soap with a delicate gold line. Don’t let this soap’s elegance fool you: the soapmaking technique is not very hard, but it yields a beautiful result. What’s more, this soap restores your skin’s natural balance and purifies your skin, making it ideal for oily, combination, and acne-prone skin, or for anyone…