Crafting Soap at Home
Hearst Books, 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 111 pages
Here’s everything you need to know about creating fabulous fragrant and rich-lathering soaps that use only natural ingredients and essential oils. Whip up each batch using seven recipes for either the cold-process method or the melt-and-pour (or “hand-milled”) technique. Pamper the face with Patchouli Complexion Soap; bathe in the sensual aroma of a Sandalwood Body Bar. There are also recipes for laundry, dishwashing, and household cleansers.
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