At Soap Ministry, We educate and share many DIY natural products that are beneficial for your skin health. With these options, you can easily make your own effective and chemical-free products for personal care on the go using ingredients you already have in your kitchen or easily purchase from Soap Ministry in small quantities or in bulk for cost savings.


Flu Viruses in this era may differ, yet the common hygiene practices are vital. Now you're probably stocking up on hand sanitizers, masks & antiseptic wet tissues. But you may want to think twice before you start smearing Purell and other hand sanitizers on your child's hands.  "The chemicals used in hand sanitizer create resistant bacteria," warns Dr. Lawrence Rosen pediatrician, author of Treatment Alternatives for Children, “and they have hormonal and immunological effects, too."  One of the top concerns is Triclosan, a chemical ingredient which has been linked to hormonal disruption. It is now currently under review by the FDA due to its high alcohol content, which can irritate skin and cause adverse effects if swallowed.  Many, especially those with eczema skin conditions, have dry skin on their hands and are very vulnerable as the skin is thinner with weaker immunity too. Some have broken skin tissues with open wounds. Ratio of 3:1 now have eczema-prone skin. Infants to children, adults to elderly are all victims who suffer from eczema in which makes them easier targets for germs, bacteria and viruses to attack.

Benefits of Natural Hand-made Soap

"It is one's responsibility to maintain a good hygiene practice so as to keep yourself and others safe"


Moisturizing Effect

One of the natural by-products of soap making is Glycerin, a humectant that draws moisture to the skin.


Understanding Ingredients Used

As we have different skin DNAs, it is essential to know what ingredients are used in our daily lives so as to maximize their benefits.


Specially for Unique You

Store-bought or commercialized soaps are typically mass-produced to maximize profits from consumers. Making your own soaps allow you to listen to your skin and personalized your own recipes.


Cost Savings

As you source your own ingredients for soap-making, you get to cut down on the extra expenses as compared to products from commercialized companies.

*NOT recommended to DIY hand sanitizers in big quantity due to the absence of alcohol content and preservatives.

DIY RECIPE #1- Plain Vinegar Sanitizer

Ingredients: White Vinegar. ( 5% of the solution, this is the same concentration as the one from the grocery store.) How to Use: Keep in a small spray bottle in your bag. Spray on hands so the entire surface of hands is wet. Rub all over, then wipe or shake dry.

How it Works:

Vinegar is an antibacterial agent that kills 99 percent of bacteria.It's also nontoxic, non-polluting and safe for consumption.

DIY RECIPE #2- The Healing Sanitizer

Ingredients:  1. 6 ounces Distilled water 2. 1 teaspoon Aloe Vera gel 3. 2 drops each of Rosemary and Eucalyptus essential oils 4. 5 drops Lemon (or other scent) essential oil ( Or replace with Lemon Eucalyptus or Tea Tree ) How to use: Spray on hands, and rub or shake dry.

How it Works:

Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Tea Tree essential oils all have antimicrobial properties. Combining them together makes the sanitizer more potent against a variety of germs. The aloe vera gel is soothing to skin.

DIY RECIPE #3 - Gel Essential Oil Sanitizer

Ingredients: 1. 5 ounces Aloe Vera gel 2. 1 ounce Witch Hazel Hydrosol (Floral Water) 3. 8 to 10 drops of any Anti-Microbial Essential Oil 2 drops each of Rosemary, Eucalyptus essential oils 5 drops lemon (or other scent) essential oil (Or replace with Lemon Eucalyptus or Tea Tree) How to use: 1. Fill up in a squeezable bottle. 2. Squeeze few drops onto hands & rub all over hands until dry.

How it Works:

The essential oils do the cleaning, and the higher concentration of Aloe Vera gel gives this sanitizer the same gel consistency as commercial sanitizers.

DIY RECIPE #4 - Rejuvenating Sanitizer

Ingredients: 1. 2 ounce spray bottle 2. 5 drops Vitamin E oil (optional, this makes for soft hands) 3. 2 tablespoons Witch Hazel with Aloe Vera or Vodka 4. 5 drops Lemon essential oil 5. 5 drops Orange essential oil 6. 5 drops Tea Tree essential oil. 7. Distilled (or at least filtered, boiled, and cooled) water.

*NOT recommended to DIY hand sanitizers in big quantity due to the absence of alcohol content and preservatives.

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