Easy Soap Making: Natural Recipes for Creative Melt-and-Pour, Hand-Milled, and Cold-Process Soaps (Paperback)

Easy Soap Making: Natural Recipes for Creative Melt-and-Pour, Hand-Milled, and Cold-Process Soaps By Kelly Cable Cover Image
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Easy, creative recipes to get you started with soap making

Making homemade soap means being able to create beautiful designs while using the best natural ingredients for the body. Unlock the artistic possibilities with the tutorials and recipes in this beginner’s soap-making book. Get started right away with recipes that take an hour or less of active time and use just a few ingredients. Easy-to-follow instructions mean that anyone, no matter their level of experience, can enjoy making handmade soaps to gift, display, or use every day.
  • Multiple methods—Explore the differences between melt-and-pour, hand-milled, and cold-process soap making.
  • Natural ingredients—Discover how to choose and use ingredients like carrier oils, essential oils, colorants, and decorations.
  • A variety of recipes—Nourish thirsty skin with creamy Yogurt Moisturizing Soap, invigorate the senses with the woodsy fragrance of Rosemary Peace Soap, or gift indulgence in a bar of Warm Vanilla and Honey Soap.

Whip up beautifully simple bars with this standout among soap making books for beginners.

About the Author

KELLY CABLE teaches and shares her projects at SimpleLifeMom.com and is the author of Amazon best seller The Natural Soapmaking Book for Beginners. She loves to share natural beauty ideas, new studies in natural health, and DIY projects.

Praise For…

“In Easy Soap Making, natural soap guru Kelly Cable expertly blends instruction and inspiration to help soap makers of all levels create beautiful wholesome soaps.” —Jan Berry, author of The Big Book of Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health and Home

“Kelly Cable has taken something so luxurious, the art of making and using handmade soap, and demystified it with instructions so approachable that the whole family can get involved. These recipes (and beautiful illustrations!) are simply transportive, taking us from ho-hum to all is right with the world.” —Marlene Adelmann, founder of the Herbal Academy

Easy Soap Making eliminates the overwhelm and fear of making mistakes in what can seem like a very complex process. Within an hour, I was able to craft a soap that looked delicious enough to eat! I gave my extra bars to friends as gifts. Kelly Cable has written the perfect book for those of us who crave and love simplicity.” —John Gallagher, co-founder of LearningHerbs.com

Product Details
ISBN: 9781648769689
ISBN-10: 1648769683
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: July 13th, 2021
Pages: 132
Language: English



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