Tagged: soap making

27
Feb
2020

Starting a Soap Making Business — 5 Tips For Profits

Starting a soap making business goes far beyond hobby soap making. You see there’s more to a business than just making product. Marketing is more of a challenge than making nice soap. Maybe that’s why very few soap makers really make much money. Too much time is spent on soap...

19
Feb
2020

Cornmeal Soap Small Business

Farmers who grow corn may not realize that they can make use of the corn they grow instead of selling it to local merchants. They can add value to their product by making cornmeal soap. The family can use this at home, or they can sell it to their neighbors...

06
Jan
2020

Soapy Solutions

A product that peddles ‘a better look’ as the end result makes a lot of money, given the right quality, price and marketing. It’s a theory proven again by a maker of “whitening” soaps- now a hit among Filipinos, many of whom believe that the standard of beauty depends on...

13
Dec
2019

How to Make Biodegradable Detergent Soap

Biodegradable detergent soap uses all-natural products that are mild to the skin and clothes and, in addition, are eco-friendly. In contrast, commercial detergent powder contains chemicals such as optical brighteners, dyes, and artificial fragrances that can sometimes irritate the skin. With a capital of as little as P700, you can...

26
Sep
2019

Glutathione Herbal Soap Making

Glutathione is a substance naturally produced by the human body through the synthesis of certain amino acids in the liver. It’s also used by virtually every cell of the body to neutralize toxins. The primary function of glutathione is to provide antioxidant activity by regulating the reduction of cysteine thiol...

04
Jun
2015

How To Start A Soap Making Business

Starting a soap making business goes far beyond hobby soap making. You see there’s more to a business than just making product. Marketing is more of a challenge than making nice soap. Maybe that’s why very few soap makers really make much money. Too much time is spent on soap...