The more I read about how good homemade soaps are, the more convinced I become that I should start making my very own to use soon. Recently, I've been learning a lot about how commercial soaps are packed with so many chemicals and things that can be very harmful to your skin. It's actually true because if you read the label there's like a ton of ingredients listed with these names that any ordinary person will have no idea what they mean or what they actually are.
Quite a few people, like myself, have very sensitive skin. It's very easy to break out in a bad red rash that lasts for a long time. As much as it's a bad sight, it's also very frustrating knowing that certain soaps can cause that kind of reaction.
This is why I find myself heading down the homemade soap recipes lane. It's mostly natural stuff being used, there's only a few things that are actually being put into it, you can just use an essential oil for a scent instead of where normal soaps use tons of different chemicals just to create a certain scent and well, they don't break you out.
Hopefully, the following diy crafts list for making your very own diy soap will prove to be a huge help and possibly change your life for the better.
Even if you don't have any issues with store bought soaps, it's still great to make this by hand and gift it to your loved ones. I'm sure the kind gesture will be much appreciated, especially as a Christmas gift!
I would love to be gifted with all these pretty looking ones.