Susan Vinskofski, from PA, is an avid gardener. Susan is passionate about building soil because she believes that nutrient dense food begins in the soil. Susan blogs about gardening, foraging, real food and natural living.
Category Archives: Soap Making
Tweet I didn’t meet our only grandchild until she was 4 years old, and she didn’t officially become our grandchild until she was 10, so I haven’t had the pleasure of a grand-baby. But now we have a brand new … Continue reading
Tweet Have you read about all the harmful ingredients in store-bought soap, yet the thought of making your own is too intimidating? Would you like to wash with a gentle lather safe enough for a baby’s skin? Then let me … Continue reading
TweetI’m sure you’ve heard of the no-poo method of shampooing – wash with baking soda and water, rinse with apple cider vinegar. I’ve heard that for some people it takes an adjustment period where their hair is greasy, but I … Continue reading
Tweet Lye is a very caustic chemical capable of causing serious damage. It can burn skin, cause blindness, and even cause death if ingested. And yet, this dangerous chemical is one of the main components of homemade soaps. Old timers … Continue reading
Tweet It’s the perfect time of year for Heather from Mommypotamus to come out with her great new e-book, DIY Organic Beauty Recipes. This beautiful book is just full of ideas for inexpensive, homemade Christmas gifts. And there is no … Continue reading