Making Natural Liquid Soaps: Herbal Shower Gels, Conditioning Shampoos, Moisturizing Hand Soaps, Luxurious Bubble Baths, and more

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Storey Publishing, Mar 20, 2000 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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Make our own liquid soaps and body products right in your kitchen. Catherine Failor shows you how to use her simple double-boiler technique to create luxurious shower gels, revitalizing shampoos, energizing body scrubs, and much more. Step-by-step instructions teach you how to turn basic ingredients like cocoa butter, lanolin, and jojoba into sweet-smelling liquid soaps. You’ll soon be experimenting with your favorite oils and additives as you craft custom-made products that are kind to your nose and gentle on your skin.

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This detailed Soap making book is an essential too

User Review  - Dawn B. - Overstock.com

A must have for every beginner wanting to get into the Soup making business or be it just for their uses. It delivers a query of information from a educational view to teach what one should learn ... Read full review

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User Review  - calmknight - Overstock.com

The book is very helpful to crafters and advanced soapers. It provide tips that enhance finish product. I would say even medium size manufacturer can use the book for better quality of their products. Calculations are simple enough to understand. Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Catherine Failor has been making soap for more than 20 years. Her experience in graphic design and interest in science has enabled her to test hot-process soapmaking, a technique not usually accessible to the home soapmaker. She has developed new ways to make colorful, scented soaps in the home kitchen, and shares them in her Storey books, Making Transparent Soap and Making Natural Liquid Soaps. Failor's entrepreneurial ventures include Copra Soap, a specialty soap manufacturing company, and her current venture, Milky Way Molds, producing the finest selection of craft molds in the Milky Way Galaxy.

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