I have a new homemade men’s cold process soap recipe available now. You can find it exclusively in the February 2014 issue of Wholesale Supplies’ Plus eHandmade magazine (page 24.) This particular handmade soap recipe was inspired by a local restaurant owner, Hunter, who owns a fantastic little restaurant called Lucky in downtown Roanoke, VA. It’s been one of my favorite places to eat and drink – Hunter is quite the mixologist – since it opened. If you’ve ever worked in a restaurant you’re well aware of the array of odors you take home with you everyday. Not being the biggest fan of smelling like his restaurant during his off duty hours, Hunter asked me to create a deodorizing soap for him that would not only get him clean, but also wash away the smell of food and other odors you pick up in the service industry.
My Handmade Natural Cedarwood & Baking Soda Soap is the result of that request. I created this particular recipe to be palm free for those who aren’t able to locally source sustainable palm oil or prefer not to use it entirely. What this homemade soap does have, however, is odor zapping baking soda and cedarwood essential oil as well a touch of skin loving cocoa butter.
Download the PDF version of Wholesale Supplies Plus’ February 2014 eHandmade Magazine here to find my new, natural deodorizing soap recipe as well as a great collection of other homemade soap, bath and body recipes created specifically with men in mind.
For a limited time, you can buy this handmade soap while supplies last from Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen. It’s only available in a very limited quantity however and once it’s gone, it’s gone for good. For more great homemade soap recipes I encourage you to follow my DIY Bath and Body board on Pinterest.