Advanced Soap Making: Removing the Mystery (Paperback)

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Enter the world of progressive cold processed soap making through Advanced Soap Making: Removing the Mystery. As if you were attending one of their private classes, the authors, Mary Humphrey and Alyssa Middleton lead you through step-by-step instructions, tips and formulas: * How to create unique soap formulas and size the formula to any mold* How to make luxurious goat milk soap* How to beautifully swirl and layer* How to blend natural scents like a pro* How to embed and rebatch natural soapsYou will also gain extensive knowledge of common and exotic soap making oils, butters, herbs, unique liquids, hardeners and waxes. The glossary and resource guide erase any remaining advanced soap making doubts with easy to read terminology and locations to shop for ingredients, packaging and other soap making needs. Praise for Advanced Soap Making: Removing the Mystery: "Advanced Soap Making: Removing the Mystery is a comprehensive look into advanced techniques for making cold process soap loaded with recommendations, tips and best practices. Mary and Alyssa have created an easy to follow resource, sure to help you take your soap making to the next level " - Maia Singletary, Astrida NaturalsMary and Alyssa have pulled together a great book for the more experienced soap maker Their combined experience and helpful tips are enough to make this book well worth the read for someone who is interested in taking their soap making skills to the next level." - Robin Schmidt, Dragonfly Handmade Soap Mary and Alyssa] have really done a great service to the soap industry with this book. If I had found this book a long time ago before buying all sorts of others, reading Yahoo groups, Facebook groups, etc, it would have saved me a lot of time I think this does take the mystery out of soap making." - Ann McIntire Wooledge, Wingsets.

About the Author


Mary Humphrey is a 10 year soap making veteran and aromatherapist. She is the owner of Annie's Goat Hill (www.AnniesGoatHill.com). Mary's mission is to guide people to realize their passions and lead them toward creation of small businesses. Her motto is "Share, Encourage and Grow". Alyssa Middleton has been making soap and body care products for 15 years and in 2007 bought Vintage Body Spa (www.vintagebodyspa.com). in 2011, she opened the Bath and Body Academy (www.bathandbodyacademy.com) to teach and serve current and aspiring body care business owners in building their beauty empires.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780615894843
ISBN-10: 0615894844
Publisher: Beauty for Ashes Press
Publication Date: October 24th, 2013
Pages: 176
Language: English

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