The Ultimate Homemade Soap Recipes for DIY Gifts

The Ultimate Homemade Soap Recipes for DIY Gifts

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Looking for an EASY and Personal DIY gift idea this season?  Then be sure to check out these homemade melt & pour soap recipes!

If the thought of making your own soap for a DIY Christmas or Mother’s Day or Teacher gift seems overwhelming – guess again!  I can make 12 bars in less than an hour!  You really just melt a soap base and add your own custom colors and scents and pour it into a mold.

Super easy – yet wonderful for the recipient who is getting something useful made by you!

What are the ingredients for homemade soap?

There are several basic ingredients of soap depending on the base you’re using. Most soaps use a type of fat or oil, such as lard, coconut oil, or another milk-based foundation, such as shea butter soap or goat’s milk soap base.

Here are some of the best natural homemade soap recipes that are healthy for your skin and contain all the nutrients your body needs for cleaner, healthier skin. They all come with FREE PRINTABLE SOAP labels as well!!

Check out this melt and pour EASY Homemade Lavender Bar Soap Recipe!

Making your own Homemade Lavender Soap is not only fun, but a great way to improve your soap making skills. You can easily create customized soaps. Make 12 free of harmful chemicals lavender scented bars in just one hour.

Lemon Poppy Seed Homemade Soap

Here is one homemade gift idea that is easy, and is guaranteed to be loved by its recipient: Easy Easy Melt and Pour Soap Recipe of Lemon Poppy Seed. This soap is so pretty and it smells absolutely amazing. (you’ll have to tell everyone that it is soap so they don’t think its candy and eat it!) This surprisingly takes very little time and effort to make. Friends, neighbors, and teachers will just adore this homemade gift!

Lavender Rose with Gold Mica Powder Melt & Pour Soap

Since I found a bottle of Rose Absolute essential oil, I have been experimenting with different soaps using it (see the plain rose soap tutorial over here). If you’ve never tried making your own melt and pour soap recipes, you’ll be shocked at how easy it is. You can use natural and organic soap bases so you know you are making toxic free soap.

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Easy Melt & Pour Lime and Cedarwood Soap with Chia Seeds

I’ve been having so much fun making different varieties of easy melt & pour soap recipes and wanted to create one combing lime and cedarwood essential oils, and trying chia seeds as an exfoliant. I also wanted it to sparkle, so I used some gold mica powder as well (which I also used in my Rose Lavender Soap that turned out amazing!)

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Easy Melt & Pour Orange Creamsicle Scented Soap

Today I’m going to show you how to make another melt & pour easy soap recipe: orange creamsicle scented soap. If you’ve never tried making your own melt and pour soap making, you’ll be shocked at how easy it is.

You can use natural and organic soap bases so you know you are making toxic-free soap. These make absolutely wonderful gifts! This scent smells good enough to eat (but don’t eat it 🙂 !) and will be a unique addition to your bathroom toiletry supplies!

Easy DIY Homemade Melt & Pour Rose Soap with Glycerin & Goats Milk

I’ve been having so much fun making different varieties of easy DIY homemade melt and pour soaps and wanted to create one for the Valentine’s Day season.

When I found a bottle of Rose Absolute essential oil, I knew this was the next scent I wanted to try.

If you’ve never tried making your own melt and pour soap making, you’ll be shocked at how easy it is. You can use natural and organic soap bases so you know you are making toxic free soap.

These make absolutely wonderful gifts!

6 homemade soap recipes for Mother's Day Gifts

6 Responses to The Ultimate Homemade Soap Recipes for DIY Gifts

    • Nothing special is needed to store them – I’d avoid extreme temperatures – but otherwise – I just keep them in a box until I’m ready to wrap them up!

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