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How To: Reuse soap frosting

In a previous soap making instructional we showed how to make soap frosting using MP soap base and whipped soap. There was quite a bit of soap frosting left-over from that project and we weren't sure what to do with it. Could it be re-used, re-mixed, remelted, or was it a total waste? We did some experimenting to find those answers.

How To: Make pickled ginger for sushi

No sushi dinner is complete without the pickled ginger. Ginger is used between sushi courses to cleanse the palette and get you ready for the next delicacy. Ginger is a necessary side dish for sushi, so if you are planning on making your own Japanese food, check out this tutorial and start pickling!

How To: Make bacon fat soap

Soap can be made from just about any kind of fat. Even though fat from bacon, called lard, isn't the finest of fats to use for making soap, it somehow seemed to be the most exciting. Why? Because bacon is amazing. It has an almost mystical power to it and is a food that can be craved to almost no end. I figured what better way use the extra grease I had from cooking bacon then to turn it into soap!

How To: Treat acne for clear skin with Dermify

This video will show you how to apply Dermify 3-in-1 acne treatment. Follow these steps to apply the Dermify facial cleanser, deep cleansing mask and spa treatment. Wet your face with water and massage a thin layer of Dermify onto your skin. Let it sit for 60 seconds and rinse off. To apply the cleansing mask, dampen your skin and apply a pea-sized amount of the mask to your face. Let the mask dry for 20 minutes. Thoroughly rinse your face to remove the mask. Apply the Dermify Spot Treatment ...

How To: Make soap with the melt and pour method

To make the soap you will need some soap base cut into little bricks so it's easier to melt, a color brick, scent, a knife, a ladle, and some molds. Take some of the soap base blocks and put them in your crock pot. Let it cook for a hour or until it turns into soup. Put in one of the dye color bricks so that you get some color. Put in one cap full of the fragrance. Mix it all up with the ladle. Let the dye brick melt until you have the color you desire and then take it out. Take some of the s...

How To: Remove wrinkles from photos using Photoshop

Wrinkles are one of the facial features that people most want to cleanse themselves of, be that via facelifts or simply by retouching their photos. This video demonstrates how to do the latter using Photoshop, using Hillary Clinton's face as a model. Remove your wrinkles without making yourself look like a porcelain doll!

How To: Make your own laundry soap

To make your own laundry soap you will need washing soda, borax, and a bar of pure soap. Any bar of soap will work. You just don't want to use a moisturizing soap or other soaps with added ingredients. Take your bar of soap and grate it into a storage container using a cheese grater. Add two cups of borax and two cups of washing soda. Use a large spoon and mix it up. As you are mixing the ingredients up make sure that you break up any clumps in the mix. For a front loading washer you will use...

How To: Style loose to wavy curls

The secret of successful styling is to maintain "Healthy Hair". While in the shower cleanse your hair with the gentle Botanical Shampoo once or twice a week, followed by the Botanical Rinse. Also use Deep Therapy Masque once a week to avoid dryness and frizziness.

How To: Make parfait sea salts & soap

An ideal favor for parties or showers. Layers of colorful sea salt in a plastic champagne glass topped off with a layer of soap. A few sprinkles of colored salt and a bath oil bead add the final finishing touches. An ideal favor for baby or wedding showers. An easy soap making craft for kids.

How To: Make handmade soap

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