Soap-making and Gifts

Have you been making handmade soaps lately?


It is heart-warming to whip new batches of soaps in November especially when you have intended to give them away as presents. Agree?
Some of the ladies I met recently signed up for our soap classes for the same reason, to create their own soaps for their loved ones as Christmas and New Year gifts ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

Sharing with you the labour of love by: –

Teresa Chow with coloured and swirled soaps.

Kelly Lim with dried Lavender flowers topping on her big tray of soap.

Swee Chin used Argan oil for her soaps.

Tracy Chong made castile soaps with high Olive oil content.

They are aware that handmade soap has to be cured for a period of time, at least for a month before they could use it. These ladies and gentlemen (men came too for the soap class) are the caring lots, they want to pamper the skin of their loved ones (some with dry skin and eczema) with good and harmless produce; Ivan Yang even presented his handmade soaps to his future daughter in law in Australia, he has taken the extra mile to make some soaps for his sonโ€™s pet dog too ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

Do plan ahead with your soap making schedule, prepare the equipment and ingredients in advance and you would not miss the joy of making good soaps for yourself and family!

Remember to label your soap! In case someone thought it is a delicious layered cake ๐Ÿ™‚

Happy soap-making ๐Ÿ™‚



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