All Natural Goat Milk Soap Recipe Book for Beginners: How to make goat milk soaps (Paperback)

All Natural Goat Milk Soap Recipe Book for Beginners: How to make goat milk soaps By Lora C. Walter Cover Image
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Make the best goat milk soaps today using the all-natural wayGet updated recipes for your milk soaps and make them the eco-friendly, pro way

The art of soap making can be traced back centuries ago when humans were experimenting ways on how to make their skin beautiful. Now, soap making has evolved, much so that every household can produce their distinct type of natural soap peculiar to their needs.

Lora Walters is eager to see that possibility become a reality. In her natural soap making books for beginners, she explains in details using step-by-step approach and methods to create your own quality soaps without having to leave the comfort of your home.

In this book, you will find necessary information about soap making such as:

Soap making equipmentSoap making methods such as crock-pot hot process and cold processSoap making proceduresSafety and other instructions

The advantages of making your own soaps are numerous. For one, you decide the ingredientsneeded to make your own soap. From natural herbs, to essential oils and shapes in which your soaps cure. Therefore, you do not have to worry about harsh chemicals disrupting your skin biological balance.

This book is specially written for goat milk lovers, those who want to make the finest soaps in the world using animal milk from their pen. The benefits of goat milk are numerous. It helps to keep your skin healthy, conserving moisture and remaining supple. In addition, this book includes several ingredients and natural oils that will blend with goat milk.

These ingredients have been tested and confirmed to be effective by thousands of people the world over. They're effective in healing skin conditions like acne, eczema, dry skin, dull skin and other severe problems.

In summary, in this book you will discover;

Natural oils for your goat milk soap and their advantagesOver 10 natural recipes to try outStep-by-step approach especially for beginnersand so much more

Product Details
ISBN: 9781676069423
ISBN-10: 1676069429
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: December 16th, 2019
Pages: 100
Language: English

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