Bubble & Blake- Interview with a Maker

Hello, firstly tell us a bit about yourself… Hi! I’m Angela. I am originally from Spain but I have been living in England for nearly ten years. I live in […]

Keep compliant with your cosmetic products!

Our friends at Cosmetic Label Review Services Ltd, have recently informed us that there is an upcoming fragrance ingredient ban that could possibly affect our customers and their products. Fragrance […]

SEO Hacks For Your Small Niche Business

This week we have a guest contributor Jodie to give us some helpful info about how to effectively use SEO specifically for small niche businesses such as selling handmade soap […]

Packaging Issues- part 1

Packaging Issues- from a wholesale supplier’s perspective Directors Richard & Lesley recently returned from the annual Packaging Innovations conference in London. This is an opportunity for many of the countries […]

New Zealand- Ingredient Focus

Introducing the ‘Secret Life Of…’ our employees will by sharing little snippets from their lives. First off it’s Colin from Creative talking about his recent trip to New Zealand- which […]

COSMOS- what does it mean?

The Soap Kitchen is very proud that they are now COSMOS licensed by The Soil Association, but what does that actually mean? COSMOS is the European standard for organic and […]

Natural Toilet Cleaner

Following on from last week’s post about DIY cleaners, we researched what is needed for a natural toilet cleaner. Using inspiration from the Soap Kitchen’s blog archives (click here for […]

DIY Cleaners using Simple Ingredients

With the right supplies, you can efficiently clean your home and cars. The problem is that most of the people do not know how to get access to the proper […]

Cold Process v Melt & Pour

What is Soap? Soap is a substance used for washing and cleansing, usually made by treating a fat with an alkali, as sodium or potassium hydroxide, and consisting chiefly of […]