Honey is one of the best natural cleansers that you can find around. It has antibacterial, antifungal and even antibiotic properties along with nourishing benefits that makes it perfect for all kinds of soaps. It can be used for all kinds of skin types too and you can make the soap either like a liquid or even the classic bar style.
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Goat Milk And Honey Soap
You will need the base of any Goat’s Milk Soap available in super markets. You will also need some organic raw honey, measuring cup and a silicon mold. Mix together the soft goat milk soap and melt it over low heat or in the microwave. Then once it is melted, add in the honey. You can add essential oils if you want too. Let the soap set in silicon molds overnight and take out the next day.
Moisturizing Oil And Honey Soap
For making this soap you need 200 grams olive oil, 150 grams coconut oil, 100 grams palm oil, 80 grams of cocoa butter and finally mix together 2 cups of distilled water with 80 grams of lye or sodium hydroxide. You will also need 1/2 cup of honey. Melt and mix the oils and butter together. Then add the honey along with the lye and water. Set it in bars and use as desired.
Honey And Tea Tree Oil
This soap is basically for those with oily skin. For making this soap you need 1/2 cup of liquid castile soap along with 1/4 cup honey and distilled water each. You will also need about 20 drops of tea tree oil. Melt ingredients on low heat and then mix them well. Then set it in a soap bar or mold of your choice.
Liquid Honey Soap
For this recipe you need ⅓ cup liquid castile soap, ⅓ cup raw honey, 3 spoons of distilled water and 2 spoons of oil of your choice. In a soap dispenser, mix together all of the ingredients and shake well. Use as a foaming soap to cleanse body and face.
Honey And Almond Meal Soap
For making this soap you need 1 cup ground almond meal, 1/3 cup honey, 1/3 cup distilled soap and about 2-3 spoons of distilled water. Mix together all the ingredients well and then set it in a box or mold. It works as a great scrubbing soap.