How is soap made?

Ever wonder how soap is made? Soap is the result of a basic chemical reaction. Think of it this way: With just some flour and water, you can make basic bread. Not very exciting, but still bread. But when your recipe is made with your favorite whole-grain flour, fresh eggs, sea salt, yeast, and honey, simple bread becomes a remarkable home made delight. It’s the same with soap.
By carefully choosing a combination of quality oils, adding fragrance or essential oils, and swirling in a lively mica, the soap suddenly takes on that charming “character” that commercially manufactured soap can’t even begin to compete with. My soaps are made from scratch with the finest ingredients, from my very own recipes and ideas. I take great passion in my creations and hope you enjoy them as much as I do.