Author: McCormick, Lorraine
Brand: Independently Published
Number Of Pages: 92
Release Date: 13-06-2019
Details: Why should you try to make soap yourself? Your soap can be customized to your own specifications. Everything, from the fragrance, to the color, to the shape can be tailored to meet your desires. This is a great advantage which can distinguish your product from others, and make it very unique to you. Useful herbs can be included to get the desired soap suitable for your skin. Herbs like aloe-vera, which has been used for years for its cosmetic, anti-inflammatory and rejuvenating properties, can easily be incorporated into the soap to enrich it and make it more beneficial than the regular commercial soaps. Finally, it is not as harsh and contains fewer chemicals, unlike the commercial ones which are made of pure chemicals with lots of natural components extracted for financial gain. Try producing and using home-made soap, not only will your skin thank you for it, your pockets will as well. “Natural Soap Making for Beginners: How to Make Soap from Scratch Using Essential Oils, Herbs, and Other Natural Additives” is written to teach beginners how to make soap for family use and, thereby, cuts costs. This book is written to give you a line-by-line method on how to produce soap safely at home. You will find all you need to know about soap making, including: Soap making equipment and molds Soap making ingredients Soap making safety Soap making methods Using essential oils, herbs, and other natural additives Scenting and designing soap Soap making recipes Try and see how easy and fun it is to make natural homemade soap! Please note: Book is available in 2 Paperback formats - Black and White and Full color. Choose the best for you • full-color edition - Simply press “See all formats and versions” above the price. Press left from the “paperback” button • black and white version - is the default first
Package Dimensions: 9.0 x 6.0 x 0.2 inches
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