The Complete Soapmaker: Tips, Techniques & Recipes for Luxurious Handmade Soaps

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Sterling Pub., 1996 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Olive-oil castile soap, cucumber soap, kiwi bars, clove soap...make beautifully molded and delightfully fragrant soaps, luxurious gifts for yourself and friends, from the more than 60 recipes in this lusciously illustrated book -- from hand-milled herbal, fruit, and vegetable soaps to translucent bars, gels, and shampoos. Everything you need to know to dive into soapmaking, a centuries-old craft that's become a fun, economical at-home hobby.

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User Review  - mimirocks -

I received this book and LOVED IT...It gives you great instructions from start to finish on making quality homemade soap. I have used several of the recipes out of this book and have gotten the best results. If you are into soapmaking this is a wonderful book to purchase. Read full review

The complete soapmaker: tips, techniques & recipes for luxurious handmade soaps

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Soapmaking, once a practical necessity for the homemaker, has almost passed out of the repertoire of home crafts. Nevertheless, one can still make homemade soap with delightful fragrances and ... Read full review

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Coney teaches gardening at Tanglewood Gardens

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