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Handmade Soap

A very good friend of mine makes homemade candles for a living. Last year, she took me around to many different craft fairs to help her to sell her candles. While I was there, I would walk around and look at all of the things other crafters had to offer. I found that I would often buy handmade soap from various vendors. It’s not like I needed the soap, but I would buy it anyway. Many of them are still in my closet, though I have managed to use a few of them. I don’t know what it is abou........ Read More

Work From Home Promote Your Handmade Soap Business

Doing free soap making demonstrations is a win-win situation for the sponsor and the crafter. Many organizations have loyal members who are looking for new ideas and crafts. This is where you, as an experienced crafter, step in. You offer to do a free soap making class for the group and the charity/organization charges a nominal fee for any member wishing to attend the class. They provide the venue and you provide the expertise. They get to raise some much-needed funds, and you get a new custome........ Read More

Marketing Handmade Soap

Making handmade soap can be challenging and also very fulfilling. Marketing handmade soap can be down right daunting. After you sell a few bars to family and friends, where do go from there? Craft fairs and Christmas bazaars are a natural choice, though they both have very limited seasons. If you make a commitment to a retail space, then you are truly taking that next big step. That step however could be financially fatal. Many crafters are not in a position to make such large commitment, especi........ Read More

Handmade Soaps

There is no comparison between real handmade soap and commercial soaps that are available on store shelves everywhere. According to various reliable online sources, soap is basically water, lye, and fats or oils. When a lye and water solution is mixed with the fats, the chemical reaction is called "saponification", which is the reaction of hydrogen, oxygen, sodium, and fatty acid molecules, resulting in about three parts soap and one part glycerin. Glycerin is a rich emollient prized for its a........ Read More


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