The Natural Soap Book: Making Herbal and Vegetable-Based Soaps

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Storey Publishing, Jun 30, 1995 - Crafts & Hobbies - 192 pages
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Making your own soap is fun, easy, and rewarding. In this introductory guide, Susan Miller Cavitch shows you how to craft your own all-natural, wonderfully smelling soaps. Illustrated directions take you through the whole process, from buying supplies to cutting the final bars. With easy-to-follow recipes that range from classics like oatmeal and honey soap to more adventurous combinations using goat milk and borage, you’ll be inspired to make uniquely personal soaps that are gentle on your skin and a pleasure for your nose.

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User Review  - Svet - Borders

This might not be a book for someone who wants to make a quick batch of soap and forget it. This book is for people that what to understand how all the ingredients work, so you can produce the best ... Read full review

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User Review  - Reader17 - Borders

Not at all what I expected. If you are looking for an easy to follow, well designed book this is not the one. Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Author Susan Miller Cavitch is the founder and president of Soap Essentials, Inc., a Memphis-based retail mail-order company producing homemade herbal products. She is the author of The Natural Soap Book and The Soapmaker’?s Companion. She lives in Eads, Tennessee.

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