Cream Soap Recipes

Do you love soft, fluffy, whipped soap? These super neat soap recipes are like a hybrid between bar soap, liquid soap, and whipping cream. Sweet!

How do I make cream soap?

Cream (or whipped) soap is a bit different from bar or liquid soap—it’s more of a hybrid! Here’s how to make the base.

Can I make soap without lye?

There’s no such thing as making soap without lye, and here’s why.

Why are you using tallow and lard?

As a vegetarian I feel very strongly about using tallow and lard in my soaps. Here’s why.

Exfoliating Creamy Cleansing Balm

I’ve had a few requests for a facial cleanser that’s creamy, yet exfoliating, and here’s what I’ve come up with. It’s thick, creamy, scrubby, and sudsy, and smells awesome to boot—an exfoliating creamy cleansing balm! Based around my Gentle Cleansing Balm, this creamy...

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Lemon Meringue Whipped Soap

This luxurious lemon meringue whipped soap takes inspiration from one of my favourite desserts—lemon meringue pie. With its bright lemony scent, faint yellow hue, and decadent whipped texture, it's lovely in a wee dish by your sink for hand washing and impressing...

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Cocoa Peppermint Whipped Cream Soap

I've promised you a whipped soap recipe that doesn't use stearic acid to stabilize it, and here it is. This one uses raw cocoa butter, imparting a delicious chocolatey scent along the way. It's still wonderfully light and airy, but it does end up with a slightly...

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Labdanum & Fir Whipped Soap

I'm super excited to present my very first whipped soap recipe—Labdanum & Fir Whipped Soap! The road to this recipe was paved with lots of brainstorming, many experiments, and a fistful of earplugs to prevent hearing loss from very dedicated use of my electric...

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DIY Whipped Soap Base

Once I found out about cream soap (and specifically whipped cream soap), I immediately wanted to make some, so I googled it to find out what it was, and how to make it. And it turns out it's a "secret". As in you have to join a specific Yahoo group and are then...

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