Where to Buy Ingredients & Other Resources

Links to online shops all over the world that sell DIY ingredients

Suppliers are listed in alphabetical order. Links displayed like this indicate I’ve personally shopped or worked with the supplier and have had good experiences—obviously these suppliers are heavily skewed towards Canadian suppliers as I live in Canada! This doesn’t mean the other suppliers aren’t good, just that I haven’t ever ordered from them.

If you don’t see your country listed here, that’s because I don’t know of any suppliers in your country. See if you can find a local Facebook group for soap and cosmetic making and ask there. If you find anywhere new, please let me know so I can add it to the list!

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