21. Homemade Chap Stick
Chap stick is another staple that we use regularly around our home. Though it isn’t technically soap, it is still something that can be used for moisture.
So if you love chap stick, then you might want to give this recipe a chance. If it works for you, then you no longer have to pay high prices for a store bought lip moisturizer.
22. 10 Minute Peppermint Soap
It’s Christmas time, and you have no idea what to buy for some people. Maybe it is your neighbors that you smile and wave to daily, but don’t really know on a personal level.
Or it could be the family member that has everything! Well, don’t fret. Instead make them this peppermint soap that takes only around 10 minutes to throw together.
23. DIY Goldfish Soap for Kids
Do you have a child that hates to take a bath? Well, give them some fun soap and see if that changes things.
So you can make them this awesome soap that looks like a goldfish in a bag. With this tutorial, you should be able to figure out how to turn bath time into fun time.
24. Sea Mud Soap
This soap doesn’t sound very enticing, but give it a chance. Sea mud also known as French green clay has a lot of awesome benefits for you skin.
So if you like a soap that is going to help add nutrients to your body while you bathe, then you might want to give this soap recipe a chance.
25. Tea Tree Oil Soap
I love tea tree oil. It treats so many different things. This soap claims to naturally treat acne and other break outs.
So if you would like to attack your acne problem from a natural place, then give this recipe a try.
26. Fish in a Bag Soap
This is another cute fish in a bag tutorial. This one adds a few different colors. Again, this might be a great way to turn bath time into a fun time for kiddos that hate baths.
So if you are tired of that daily struggle to get your kids to bathe and do so properly, then try this fun soap recipe that might actually make them want to bathe.
27. Cranberry Sauce Soap
If you know me, you know how much I love all things cranberry. I love cranberry juice, cranberry relish, and cranberry sauce.
So why would cranberry soap be any different? If you love cranberries too, then you might want to try this awesome recipe.
28. Avocado Cucumber and Oats Soap
This soap looks amazing. This will be another one that you’ll have to remind those you give it to for use to not eat.
But the tutorial seems to be really thorough. So even if you are new to soap making, you could most likely have a successful batch of this soap in no time.
29. Shea Butter Coconut Milk Soap
I love shea butter and coconut milk too. They are great natural moisturizers. If you suffer from dry skin (especially in the winter months), then you might want to check this soap out.
Not to mention, the tutorial seems really thorough which should make the soap making process go smoother.
30. Bourbon Whiskey Vanilla Bean Soap
This sounds like an interesting concoction for soap, but if you like giving unique gifts or using unique products then this might be a good soap option for you.
But what really sold me on this recipe is the safety precautions they take. They provide links for those that are new to soap making so they do so safely.
31. Bath Time Play Dough
This is another way to make bath time fun for the kids. So whether you make this for your own children, want to include it as a stocking stuffer, or a gift for a child in your life they will most likely love it.
So if you love this idea, then follow the recipe and hopefully you will have found your new ‘kid friendly’ soap.
32. Rosemary and Lemon Kitchen Soap
Do you chop a lot of onions or garlic in your kitchen? If so, then you know how hard it is to remove that odor from your hands.
Well, with this soap you don’t have to worry about that. The lemon is a natural way to kill the odors and therefore would be great in most kitchens.
33. Mojito Soap
This soap would make a fun gift to share with friends and family members. If you have friends that really love the minty smell of a mojito, then you’ll know that they’ll love this soap.
So if you would like a minty recipe that smells similar to how a mojito tastes, then follow this recipe and see what you think.
34. Thyme and Witch Hazel Facial Soap
Do you use expensive facial products? Would you like to save some money? If so, then you should check out this facial bar recipe.
So this soap sounds wonderful just by looking at the recipe. There are so many different oils used in it that naturally moisturize your face.
35. Easy, Beginner, Liquid DIY Castile Soap
The words ‘easy’ and ‘beginner’ should be encouraging to any new soap maker when it comes to this recipe.
So if you’d like to make your own castile soap but aren’t really sure where to start, then look no further than this recipe. Give it a try.
36. Homemade Poppy Seed Soap
This recipe is another one that uses melt and pour soap. For people that aren’t comfortable using regular lye, then this might be good option.
Plus, this soap can be made in around 30 minutes. This is a great way to make your natural and fresh soap using up very little time.
37. DIY Liquid Hand Soap with Essential Oils
This recipe calls for only a few minor ingredients. The great news about them is that a lot of those ingredients can be homemade as well which should save you more money in the process.
However, whether you buy the ingredients or not, this recipe claims to be super simple to make. So why not go for natural, especially if it is inexpensive and easy?
38. Lime Cilantro Soap
As soon as I saw this soap, I immediately thought of my husband. We grow a ton of cilantro and cook with it too because my husband is a huge fan of cilantro.
So if you love lime or cilantro that well too, then you might want to give this recipe a chance.
39. Milk Chocolate Mint Soap
This recipe makes me think of mint chocolate chip ice cream. If you are a fan of that type of ice cream (to the point you would bathe in it) then this recipe could potentially be for you.
But even if you don’t love mint and chocolate quite that much, you still might want to give this soap recipe a try.
40. Wood Grain Soap Design
Let’s say you have the perfect soap recipe. You’ve tried it a million times and absolutely adore it. Yet, you’d like to make the design a little different.
Perhaps, you have a man in your life that you’d like to gift homemade soap to it, but make it appear a little manlier of a gift. Well, then give this wood gran design tip a try.