11 Simple and Easy Homemade Soap Recipes

If you would check out the Internet, you will see that there are so many home recipes that will allow you to make soap just out of anything. There are some things that should be remembered if you are determined to make your own soap such as the following:

  • Make sure that you have all the ingredients needed before you start making soap.
  • Be ready to do some extra research about the benefits of each ingredient that you will place on the soap.
  • If at first you do not succeed with soap making, try and try again.

There are various soap recipes that can be found online that are too complicated. The soap recipes that you should look for are simple enough to be done yet effective in making sure that you will have your homemade soap afterwards.

11 Simple and Easy Homemade Soap Recipes to Try

Do remember that all of the soap recipes that you will see here will require you to mix your NaOH solution first or your lye and wait for it to cool down. You would then have to mix the different ingredients together. The solutions would have to be stirred well until such time when they are ready to be placed on the mold. Once placed on the mold, leave the solution overnight or more until the soap is formed.

For those who do not want to take a lot of time making their soap, anything that has NaOH on it would have to be discarded because it will take a lot of time before it can cool down. The recipes mentioned below are mixtures of soap recipes that include NaOH on it and some do not have it at all.

1.Basic Cold Soap

Basic Cold Soap

The main reason why this is a good soap recipe to try is basically because of the fact that the soap will harden fast and it will not take a long time before it can be used.

You will need

  • 10 oz of water
  • 6 oz of Coconut oil
  • 6 oz of Olive oil
  • 1 oz of Castor oil
  • 4 oz of NaOH

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2.Basic Olive Oil Soap

One of the reasons why people choose this type of soil and probably the reason why you would like to try this soap is because it is the only type of oil that does not require any animal to make. Olive oil obviously comes from olives which mean that no animal fat will be used as the main base of this soap. Do remember that this type of soap may tend to be slimier than the other natural soap products.

You will need

  • 10oz of Olive Oil
  • 3oz of Coconut Oil
  • 3oz of palm oil
  • 6oz of NaOH

3.Basic Moisturizing Soap

Basic Moisturizing Soap

One of the main reasons why people would like to make their own soaps is because they feel that the soap that they are using is making their skin too dry. It is possible that you are having this problem too and you are searching for a basic moisturizing soap recipe to make it happen. Do remember that the basic moisturizing soap is composed of various essential oils that are meant to help moisturize the skin.

You will need

  • 20oz Water
  • 9oz Sodium Hydroxide
  • 20oz Palm oil
  • 2oz Almond oil
  • 15oz Coconut oil
  • 5oz Olive Oil

4.Three Oil Soap Recipe

The great thing about this recipe is that you would only need a few ingredients to make it possible. Do remember that if you are going to do this type of recipe, it is likely that you will miss the lather that the other types of oil can give but this does not mean that it will not be good for your skin. Rather, it can clean and moisturize your skin quite well.

You will need

  • 20oz Crisco
  • 10oz Olive Oil
  • 10oz Coconut Oil
  • 5oz Lyle

Here are recipes that will not require the presence of NaOH or Lyle to be included:

5.Shea Butter Soap

Shea Butter Soap

One of the ingredients that people use whenever they are making homemade soap is Shea butter. This is known to be an ingredient used by people who do not have enough time to make more complicated soap recipes. Shea butter is good for the skin and can leave the skin supple and more vibrant.

You will need

  • 30oz Shea Butter
  • 10oz Grape Seed Extract
  • 20oz Coconut Oil

6.Liquid Soap

In the midst of all the hard soaps that can be made, why not try making liquid soap? It might be considered easier to do too. Since it will require a different type of process, here are the things that yu need to do:

You will need

  • Mix two cups of soap flakes, glycerin and water.
  • Once stirred thoroughly, place the mixture on the oven.
  • Mix thoroughly until the consistency is all even.
  • Place the mixture on a container and use it as a liquid soap.

7.Basic Coffee Soap

Basic Coffee Soap

A lot of people probably do not realize that they can make soap out of coffee. If you have always been interested in coffee but you do not know how you can integrate it into your bath, you now have the recipe to make coffee soap.

You will need

  • Get a basic soap that is unscented.
  • One teaspoon of ground espresso will be mixed in with the basic soap.
  • Melt the soap over low heat.
  • Mix in milk and coffee together with the melted soap.
  • Place in a soap mold and wait for about 2 days.

8.Acacia and Clover Soap

This type of soap is usually made by people who have dry skin. The acacia and clover will ensure that the skin will be more moisturized than usual.

You will need

  • Get Store Brought and Unscented White Soap.
  • Place grated soap on heat resistant bowl.
  • Add water and simmer under low heat.
  • Remove from heat and add the Acacia essence and clover bits.

9.Oatmeal and Honey Soap

Oatmeal and Honey Soap

Oatmeal is known to naturally exfoliate the skin and can help remove dead skin cells that might be stuck on the skin. The presence of honey can also help moisturize the skin to leave the skin looking more supple and healthy.

You will need

  • Use store brought and unscented white soap.
  • Grate the white soap and place the pieces on a heat proof container.
  • Melt the white soap and stir.
  • Take out the melted soap from heat and wait for it to cool.
  • Add honey extracts and oatmeal on the soap when it has cooled down.
  • Place on a mold and leave for 48 hours.

10.Sand Soap

Sand Soap

This is the type of soap that can be used by people who are always working with the use of their bodies. This can help relieve the skin and at the same time remove the grime and other dirt that might get stuck on the skin.

You will need

  • Grate unscented white soap and melt it on a container.
  • Add as much fine sand that the soap and container can hold.
  • Add eucalyptus oil and stir.
  • Place the mold into molders and wait for 48 hours.

11. Dish soap

homemade dish soap

  • 1/4 cup soap flakes or Fels Naptha
  • 2 cups water
  • 1-2 Tablespoons distilled vinegar
  • 1 Tablespoon glycerin

12.Homemade Hot Process Soap Recipe

 Other Great Homemade Soap Recipes You can Have a Try

How To Make Pure Coconut Oil Soap

How To Make Homemade Soap In A Crockpot

DIY Laundry Soap

Here are just some of the soap recipes that can be tried with or without NaOH. You can choose the type of soap you would like to make depending on your skin type or depending on what you feel like making.

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