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Some blogs about soap. The history of soap begins over 4000 years ago. The Sumerians made the recipe for a soapy paste made from fat and potassium carbonate, a detergent similar to that used by the Egyptians to wash their clothes. Soap was invented 4,500 years ago by the Sumerians in the form of a soapy paste made from fat and potassium carbonate. It was then used as a remedy against skin diseases and not for daily hygiene. In ancient Egypt, we rubbed our body with baking soda in its natural state, called “natron”, mixed with a paste of ash and clay. In 2000 BC, the Sumerians were already making a paste made from oil, clay and ash that looked like soft soap. Every second we consume 3.3 kilos of soap in France (counter), ie 104,000 tons of soap per year and 1.6 kilos per inhabitant. Since the history of the Covid, soap sales have exploded ... For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual visit, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • Replica Surfaces Review: Take Better Soap Photos with Replica Surfaces! July 18, 2022
    (Sponsored Post! I was given a Replica Studio and a few surfaces to try out and share my opinion! However, I've been a customer since 2019 and already LOVE these surfaces!) Check out Replica Surfaces here! Taking product photos can be tough. But really, it's one of the most important things when selling online. Customers […]
    Amanda Gail
  • Lye and Soap Making – What is it and how to use it safely! May 11, 2022
    Sodium hydroxide, also referred to as lye or caustic soda, is a strong base and is used to turn your oils into soap. Some people become alarmed when they hear the word lye but it is important to note that ALL true soap is made using lye. You’ll run across blogs and pins on Pinterest […]
    Amanda Gail
  • How to Get Essential Oils to Stick in Cold Process Soap May 4, 2022
    One of the questions we get asked most when it comes to essential oils is how do you make them last in your soap? Some people will mention anchoring with clay or some other tricks. But honestly, the best thing you can do is create a well-rounded blend using top, middle and base notes. Essential […]
    Amanda Gail

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  • Murumuru Butter Balm Project July 1, 2022
    You’re going to love the way this Murumuru Butter Balm feels on the skin. It’s super moisturizing and rich in high oleic acid. Murumuru butter has a firm texture, and it’s known for its ability to seal in moisture on the skin. Ours is wild harvested, sustainable, and sourced from a co-op in the Amazon that employs local people and […]
    June J
  • Citrus and Shea Soap Project February 11, 2022
    This natural cold process recipe is scented with Orange 10X Essential Oil. It gives the bars a bright and cheery scent and a lovely natural color. The batch is made with Raw Shea Quick Mix. It’s a palm-free blend of oils that includes raw shea butter, babassu oil, and sweet almond oil. Our exclusive Quick Mixes make the […]
    June J
  • Ask Anne-Marie: Business and More July 12, 2021
    CEO and founder Anne-Marie has been in business for over 20 years. In this video, she shares advice and tips for soap making. Don’t miss out on the lightning round at the very end to find out her favorite fragrance oil, what product she can’t live without, and her favorite flavor of ice cream. You can find […]
    June J

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  • How To Make Massage Soap Bars: Easy Recipe with Coffee August 3, 2022
    This simple DIY project turns basic melt and pour soap into luxurious homemade massage soap bars that smell like your favorite morning brew. Made using a suspension melt and pour soap base, my simple, easy-to-follow directions teach you how to whip up your own custom batch of scented massage bars at home. The resulting skin […]
    Rebecca D. Dillon
  • DIY Green Tea Hyaluronic Serum for Face July 21, 2022
    Facial serums with hyaluronic acid are a wonderful way to naturally care for your skin. This recipe for green tea hyaluronic serum is not only easy to make, but it’s also an affordable way to get started making your own DIY beauty products. There are many skin care benefits associated with hyaluronic acid and green […]
    Rebecca D. Dillon
  • Chocolate Soap Recipes June 29, 2022
    Discover a plethora a deliciously scented chocolate soap recipes. Plus, learn about the benefits of chocolate when used in skin care applications to cleanse skin as part of your daily routine. DIY Chocolate Soap Bathing is a necessary task to keep our bodies clean. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t indulge a little. Get some […]
    Rebecca D. Dillon

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  • Tips for Promoting Biodiversity at Home July 20, 2022
    Here at Little Soap we’re on a constant journey towards learning more about our planet and the impact we have on it, both personally and as a business. We know how vital it is to educate the younger generations about the importance of making the changes that are needed in order to protect the environment. […]
    susanne
  • Little Reasons to Love our Rose Geranium Bar Soap July 8, 2022
    As Plastic Free July begins to draw to an end, we wanted to take just one last opportunity to urge you all to keep up your new eco habits into August and beyond. If you’ve made some positive changes this month, don’t stop now! Imagine if we all abandoned single use plastics for good?! With […]
    susanne
  • Three Little Tips to Soothe Sensitive Skin this Summer June 29, 2022
    Now that the warmer weather is truly here (at last!) it’s time to update your usual skincare regime, and especially if you have sensitive skin. As the temperatures rise, we tend to sweat more, plus we’re- hopefully- using sunscreen more too, both of which can potentially play havoc with your sensitive skin. But fear not! […]
    susanne

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  • Soap On A Stick? You've Got This! April 1, 2021
    Guest post by Amber Beltran of A Squirrel & A Scholar Soap Co. A Squirrel & A Scholar Soap Co. Website Instagram Join Amber's Facebook Group Soap Artistry and High-Top Soap Making For More Tips, Tricks, and Info Join Now & Learn! window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS = window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS || new Array(); window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS.push({ hoverImage: '', uuid: 's-4534ea5a-6365-4173-9f6f-392927198f94' }) A […]
    Amber Beltran
  • Making “Aurora Borealis” Handmade Soap! February 23, 2021
    Guest post by Amber Beltran of A Squirrel & A Scholar Soap Co. A Squirrel & A Scholar Soap Co. Website Instagram Join Amber's Facebook Group Soap Artistry and High-Top Soap Making For More Tips, Tricks, and Info Join Now & Learn! window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS = window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS || new Array(); window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS.push({ hoverImage: '', uuid: 's-5341e628-99a9-464d-8492-5bddbdeb3bcc' }) NORTHERN […]
    Amber Beltran
  • “Tea Island Avocado” Handmade Shampoo Bars! January 18, 2021
    Guest post by Amber Beltran of A Squirrel & A Scholar Soap Co. A Squirrel & A Scholar Soap Co. Website Instagram Join Amber's Facebook Group Soap Artistry and High-Top Soap Making For More Tips, Tricks, and Info Join Now & Learn! window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS = window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS || new Array(); window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS.push({ hoverImage: '', uuid: 's-d61b8ec5-42bd-4ab3-a771-f431725defa9' }) YOU’LL […]
    Amber Beltran

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Gérald is a high-level digital expert and a digital enthusiast. Having attended elitist establishments during his studies such as Henri IV and the Sorbonne, he is one of the over-educated individuals of his generation. Holder of diplomas in HR (Human Resources), digital communication and communication / semiology, he also has multiple accreditations from the largest companies in the digital world : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hubspot, Salesforce, CPanel University, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI), etc. With many years of digital experience in different fields: associations, tourism, distributor, software publisher ... Gérald Mardirossian had the opportunity to work on both B2B and B2C issues. With many talents, he has already worked on web projects of various types, redesign, development, integration, modernization, website evolution, UX redesign, marketing automation, lead generation, outsourcing, emailing, etc. If you have a digital need or a project, you can contact us.

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