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"The Soapmaker's Companion will teach you everything you need to know about making liquid soap; laundry soap; marbled soap; transparent soap; multicolored, layered soap; and more."
From the author of the best-selling The Natural Soap Book comes this illustrated guide to making over 40 specialty soaps -- from exquisite stained-glass, marbled, and layered soaps to soothing masseuse bars, hardworking laundry soap, and practical liquid soaps.
Through clear, step-by-step instructions, master soapmaker Susan Miller Cavitch leads you through every step of the soapmaking process and teaches you how to:
*craft exotic and practical soaps in your home
* blend and use essential oils and natural colorants
* design multi-colored, marbled, and imprinted soaps
* understand the chemistry of soapmaking and create your own personal bars
Plus, you'll get tips on how to get started selling soaps!
Valuable information the author shares with us as a result of her experimenting. However, some updating of the included info is due in regards to approval of additives by FDA and... Read morePublished 2 days ago by ghada mohamad
A great book for those who are no longer novices- great ideas and instruction. I highly recommend anything by this author.Published 1 month ago by Milan
I like this book. It covers quite a bit on soap making. There are recipes that I can't wait to try. Read morePublished 1 month ago by TAW
Wow...as a new soap maker...I can't imagine needing another book right now. I love all the information and I have gathered most of my supplies to get started.Published 3 months ago by SCOTT
Lots of good information about making soap. Glad I got this book because it covers from coloring to designs techniques.Published 5 months ago by Barb Lepp