This thick, indulgent Coffee Butter Foot Creme is great for moisturizing tired feet.
Wanting to take a ride in Rome? How about the next best thing? Make Vespa Melt and Pour soap!
This Pink Salt and Shea Bath Bar is both moisturizing and exfoliating!
This easy to make Olive Oil and Dead Sea Salt Scrub uses ingredients that you may already have in your kitchen! Great for the legs and body, this recipe uses the Neroli and Shea Blossom Fragrance Oil, which is a great scent for summer.
What you Need:
- 16 oz. Fine Grained Dead Sea Salt
- 6 oz. Pure Olive Oil
- 5 ml Neroli & Shea Blossom Fragrance Oil
- 8 oz. Glass Bail Jar (2 jars)
- Droppers (10 droppers)
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ONE: In a large bowl, mix together the olive oil and fine grained dead seal salt until combined.
TWO: Add Neroli & Shea Blossom Fragrance Oil, and stir to thoroughly combine.
THREE: Transfer scrub into bail jars, and seal jars to close.
*Note: When using scrub take caution, the oil can make the bottom of your shower a little slippery!
From now until July 24th at noon PDT, all Original Silicone Molds are 30% off! These molds are easy to clean, and even easier to release your soap from!
Use the code: ROMEMOLD during checkout.
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Looking for a great way to sneak in some extra veggies? This Margherita Pizza Recipe uses cauliflower for the crust. Inspired by our Roman Holiday series, it’s easy to make and full of flavor!
Inspired by Roman architecture and the mosaics found in various Roman buildings, this Tile Inlay Cold Process Tutorial uses pieces of melt and pour to create a beautiful and intricate top.
Continuing our foray into Rome and all things Mediterranean, here’s a primer on Olive Oil + a tutorial on making Castile soap - plus a couple lines about what’s ahead next week as we explore Rome further.
My first ever salt soaps.
These salt bars look fantastic, especially for a first try! I love the cool color combination.
Kristen started making melt and pour soap with silk because store-bought products left her skin feeling dry. Check out her experience in this interview with the Silk Soap Company.