Botanical Soaps: A modern guide to making your own soaps, shampoo bars and other beauty essentials (Hardcover)

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Sustainability is creeping into all aspects of our lives. The beauty industry is one of the biggest polluters, littering our oceans with used plastic bottles and containers – therefor, there is now a growing movement looking for cleaner and greener way to beautify.

Learn how to simplify your beauty regime with Botanical Soaps as this book shows you how to create your own beauty products using all natural ingredients. Demystify your skin type and discover how to combat bathroom plastic, minimize your routine by making your own soaps, shampoo bars and other beauty products including, lip butters, cleansers, bath salts and natural deodorants.

Botanical Soaps is a beautiful and inspiring guide that will encourage you to green up your beauty regime with all natural, organic projects that are kinder to both the planet and your skin.

About the Author


Marta Tarallo is a soap maker and the creative mind behind Bottega Zero Waste. Marta's mission is to empower people with the tools to transition to a zero-waste lifestyle, with a specific focus on beauty and personal care. Through her platform, Marta shares recipes to teach people how to make their own products at home: from soaps and shampoo bar to customizable aloe vera creams. In response to the popular demand, Marta opened an e-shop from which she sells her own soaps, shampoo bars and zero waste skincare accessories. She also hosts soap making and zero waste beauty workshops in London and she offers online courses accessible from anywhere in the world.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781787136687
ISBN-10: 178713668X
Publisher: Quadrille Publishing
Publication Date: April 27th, 2021
Pages: 144
Language: English

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