Natural Soapmaker Recipes and Techniques Kindle Edition
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When making soap, you will need the right tools and supplies to get everything right. The tools you use will depend largely on the method you will use. However, most of these tools can be found in your kitchen, while some are very accessible (available in your local supermarket).
All you need are containers, a mixing bowl, a wooden spoon, a boiling pot, molding trays and clean cloths. When it comes to ingredients, all you need are:
base oils or fats,
additives in the form of scents or essential oils,
coloring (for aesthetic purposes), and
extra enhancers such as glycerin, vitamin E, or exfoliants (depends on your preferences)
Mix in your desired additives. Add fragrance to your soap with several drops of your favorite essential oil. Stir the essential oil into the mixture until it is no longer cloudy. Add several drops of food coloring to your soap if desired, as well as any moisturizers or vitamins. Stir gently and thoroughly.
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