Greetings! My name is Perstephanie and this blog is where I ramble a bit about my fledgling little soap and cosmetics business or share DIY tips for other people to try. I started out because I have a large family that keeps on growing-we just added a new granddaughter in 2015-and I keep learning tips and tricks to save money. Last year I learned to make soap and launched into making mineral make up,lip balms, lotions, and other skin care treats.
If you’re interested in purchasing anything I mention on my blog, contact me directly via my email or check my Etsy shop; many things will be listed there as they are available and I find time to keep the shop updated. I don’t list everything I mention here in my Etsy shop due to time constraints, so feel free to email me if you want something and it’s not there; I can make a custom listing just for you or get off my tuckus and get it listed! If you want something made custom like a lotion or you have an idea you’d like to see me create-I especially love to make healthy versions of products that already exist-feel free to leave a comment or email me. Email is good! I check it often.

Currently not operational due to Etsy’s new fees schedule. I will be selling using other formats in the future. I’ll keep you posted. Meanwhile, if there’s something on the blog you’d like to purchase, email me.

My email for questions:


Blogs that give me inspiration can be found here.

If you want to know where I buy supplies, try looking here.

All about Shampoo Bars! Shampoo Bars are fabulous!

A little more talk, this time about shelf life and using preservatives.

Can I make soap without lye? Get the inside scoop!

Why I use lard and tallow in my soap! And you should, too!

This is the Soap/Lye Calculator I use called Soap Calc.

Medical Disclaimer


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  1. Because in some international locations the producers of lemons lengthen their preserving properties and enhance look by coating them
    with the chemical diphenyl and waxing the fruits,
    it is a smart precaution to wash the lemon with somewhat unscented soap and then rinse completely before converting the whole fruit
    to juice.

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