Looking for the perfect mold, fragrance or color for that special holiday? We've got customer favorites assembled in the categories below to cut down on the searching for you.
Alkanet Root Powder - Use this in your soap to create a purple color. It does turn a bit gray at first but will turn into a murky purple color in CP...click to read more
Almond Biscotti: This fragrance is positively edible! It is an amazing compilation of all things good, edible and coffee time! With a mixture of toasted
Almond: A very real smelling almond - smooth and crisp. Does discolor soaps slightly. Flash point 156ºF. NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil (156ºF) will...click to read more
Almond: For Almond lovers, this is one that you have to try! Our Almond is strong and true, with an almost-imperceptible...click to read more
Aloe is renowned for it's ability to heal, moisturize, and sooth irritated, inflamed, or sunburned skin...click to read more
Reformulated! Amber: It took us five years of searching to find this Amber. It is a base note that is used in perfumery because it adds a sophisticated, warm base note...click to read more
Ancient Sedona: This fragrance is an Oriental Floral Amber. This sensual, deep scent was named for the famous city in Arizona, invoking days of old
Wax Tart Apple...click to read more
Applejack Peel (Type): This smells just like the yummiest apple you have ever had the privilege of eating and then some. It has hot and spicy top notes
Apricot Freesia: This is a upbeat blend of fruit and floral. If you don't like fruit scents because they're too sweet, try Apricot Freesia. The Freesia
Arabesque Heart Mold...click to read more
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Margaret of Sweet Soft Skin Handmade Soaps creates gorgeous soap that is full of color and personality. Her signature style are bars with plenty of layers, soap frosting, embeds and glitter. The result is showstopping! Read on to learn more about Margaret, including what inspires her color palettes and her number one soaping tip! -A.M. […]
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