Thursday, December 13, 2012

Soap Making Video by Heirloom Soapworks

Busy, busy, busy!  What a great time of year to be a soap-maker!

Thought I would record today's soap-making session -just for fun and to let my YouTube audience and blog-friends know that I'm still out here & soaping up a storm.



Hope everyone is well, busy and happy! ~Becky

6 comments:

blablablog said...

Hi Becky
question is:if your recipe calls for lets say 14 oz of liquid,how much water do you use for the lye and how many oz of goatmilk? I'm just courious how much is the safe amount you need for mixing the lye and how much is the safe amount to put in after trace. By the way what happens with the goat milk if it's go in the soap after trace? Sorry for silly questions,I'm just starting to experiment with milk soap.

Caron. Michelle. Somers said...

Great video and I enjoyed your process.

Anna from Natures Home Spa said...

Becky, just found your blog and watched this video on goats milk. Loved it. I'm gonna head out and look at all the other interesting things on your blog. I just started making my own soap 7 months ago and am having a blast. Great blog here, thanks, Anna

Nicki Frodberg said...

Becky, its awesome! I heard about soap with goat milk ingredient from my mother. I buy handmade soap from http://djuar.com/category/soaps/ this is famous eshop in my country (Estonia), also they have awesome bath bombs, my kids really enjoy them - http://djuar.com/bubble-gum-bath-balls/

I think i need to start soap making, you really inspired me=)

Thank you!

Elsa said...

This tutorial nicely demystifies the soap making process. Well done!

The Soap Sister said...

Thanks Anna, (Sorry I just saw your comment)Welcome to the fun, fabulous, and sometimes frustrating world of soap-making! Please feel free to visit my website http://heirloomnaturalsoap.com for more info, and do contact me if you have any questions or if I can be of help to you. ~Becky