Papi Chulo Soap with slight soda ash
As an honest merchant, soapmaker, person, etc….I’m constantly irked by the stupid marketing claims made by other makers of beauty products. In particular, when it comes to anything handmade or natural. So, I’m starting a series to educate folks here and there on some dubious marketing c [...]
First, I understand the title/question isn’t great grammar but this is how folks ask. So, here’s my thinking on the matter and I still haven’t found a succinct way to explain. (Gotta work on that.) I really believe it was divine inspiration but that doesn’t make much sense to folks who don’t really hold [...]
I’m not one to keep things the same for too long. I don’t know what it is, I get bored too easily, I like change, I like to make things better….who knows. So I’ve changes things and have a new look for our items. I just know it’s one of my idiosyncrasies.
So with that in mind I’ve renamed all of our pro [...]
I’ve been going to the gym for the last 2-3 months or so which is great but I really don’t like the routine. It’s a bit cumbersome. I go in the morning so I have to pack all my clothes, toiletries, etc. On more than one occasion I’ve forgotten one item I needed or another…shoes, coat, sweater, and worse. Th [...]
Last year, around the holidays I posted a similarly titled article. My intention was to explore the topic but it ended going off in another direction. Around the same time a friend of mine posted a sermon about what loving God looks like; so that was the gist of the post. Bottom line was obedience; in scripture Jesus makes that very clear [...]
In my early days of soapmaking, I measured each ingredient, mixed it up just so, took temperatures and insulated my soap to ensure a good and proper gel. I even wrapped my soap mold in a wool scarf (handknit by yours truly). For my first step by step attempt feel free to read this post.
Freshly Poured Soap; Wrapped and Insulated
Yes, I babi [...]