lördag 21 juni 2014

Easy peasy DIY - liquid soap



Ew, why are you showing us sewage? you may ask. Fear not, dear readers, for it is not sewage, but soap.

This is aleppo soap dissolved in water, which is by far the easiest way to get liquid soap with as few ingredients as possible. This also works with other soap bars, such as any other castile soap or African black soap.

Just shred, peel or cut pieces off the soap, put them in a bottle an fill up with water. Use different soap-water ratios to get the consistency you like. Done!

Small glossary:

Aleppo soap - soap made from olive oil and laurel oil, often in the Syrian city of Aleppo.
Castile soap - any soap that is based on olive oil
African black soap - West African soap made from shea butter and coconut oil, among other things.
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Welcome to my blog!

Hey Guys!

Some of you might know me from my YouTube channel (JustMalin) where i mainly talk about natural (nontoxic, green etc.) skincare, haircare and makeup. I started this blog to accoompany that channel; to share things with you that might not be fitted for the video medium, or to go in to things in more detail than I am able to do in a video for example.

I chose to use Blogger as my portal since it seems to be the blog editor that is the most easy to work with and customize. I really like WordPress, but I honestly did not feel like sitting down to relearn all the web design knowledge that has fallen out of my head since my high school days. I also think it's very handy that you can comment with your Google account on here, since I'm guessing most of you have one of those.

So anyway, I hope you stick around! I'm sure we'll get along just fine.

Lots of love,
Malin
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