Discover the best Soap Making in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in site Books Best Sellers. "With gorgeous and inspiring photography, helpful charts, clear tutorials, and creative and enticing recipes, this book will inspire you to make your own. Making soap at home is challenging but a lot of fun. It feels so reward to create something with your hands and use it daily! The Internet has plenty of free guides .

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Books shelved as soap-making: Soap Crafting: Step-by-Step Techniques for Making 31 Unique Cold-Process Soaps by Anne-Marie Faiola, The Natural Soap . The Everything Soapmaking Book book. Read 37 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Home soapmaking is not only more economical than. Here are 6 top books for soap making if you are looking to start making soap or what to find a good book to gift a soap maker.

Making soap at home is challenging but a lot of fun. It feels so reward to create something with your hands and use it daily! The Internet has plenty of free guides but if you want something a little more detailed then check out these books. They cover different techniques, recipes, and types of soaps with a wide variety to pick from. And best of all this process works for anyone so you just need some free time and a desire to learn. Currently in its 3rd edition The Everything Soapmaking Book offers a detailed guide to the entire process. The goal is to use natural ingredients to keep your soaps organic and free of harmful chemicals. From bath soaps to facial cleansers to squeaky-clean gift baskets, this book has it all offering plenty of advice for getting started. But I also think beginners could work through these recipes if they have the patience. But if you put in the time you can make some gorgeous soaps for your house with recipes you can repeat for years. And the print quality is very thick with stick-resistant pages. It talks about the potential dangers of individual ingredients and how you should handle them with precaution. Early chapters also explain the difference between cold process and hot process. This reads like a true encyclopedia answering all your questions about soap making from start to finish.

Having so many eyes on the book helped eliminate errors. After a few more round of edits, the book was finally complete. Yes, my name is on the cover and that is exciting and an honor, but it took the entire team at home and at work to see this book into fruition. Thank you to my team and my family.

I also want to thank the soaping community and the readers of this blog! Today is the last day to enter! I have been loving all the entries so far. Enter your email address below and you will receive all our new posts directly in your email inbox. I bought your book because I liked the spiral bound format. From the picture on Brambleberry. Instead should I be getting the powder duster? Yes, you do want to use the powder duster for that recipe.

Sorry for the confusion. The Powder Duster will help strain those fibers out: We sell it on BrambleBerry. You can find it here: Love the book! Looks like the picture in the book. Is there was a place to chat about the book with other soapers? A blog or something? You may like teachsoap.

The soapers on there talk about everything from selling to experimenting with new recipe ingredients. That would be a great place to share ideas! There sure is! I got my book!!!

Someone tried to read it before I did. Thankyou so much for your hard work and for sharing your wealth of knowledge with the world. I think I am going to try out the aloe-vera soap recipe next week. But I am going to give it a whirl.

Ooooh, keep me posted on how it goes Nadeen. I LOVE love love love that aloe-vera soap recipe. It is SUCH an honor to see what other soapers do with the book and the projects.

Thank you for downloading it and thank you for supporting me. So much hard work went into your book and it makes me appreciate Pure Soapmaking even more after reading this. Thank you for being an inspiration to many of us soapers and for offering the best soap making ingredients out there as well as excellent customer service!

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Yes, it was a lot of hard work but now that the book is out, it was all worth it. I am totally in-love with how the book came out. I appreciate the support.

The book is really wonderful, one of the best and favorite of the ones I own. The process is indeed interesting — and taxing! Thank you so much! And yes, please visit Otion. Smelling all those fragrances in one place? As healthy as they are beautiful, these soaps are sure to delight Full-color step-by-step photography Techniques for all skill levels Essential oil blends tested for lasting fragrance. Read more. Product details Spiral-bound: English ISBN Start reading Pure Soapmaking on your Kindle in under a minute.

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Beauty Products. Home Remedies. Is this feature helpful? Thank you for your feedback. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Customer images. See all customer images. Read reviews that mention soap making easy to follow pure soapmaking spiral bound well written titanium dioxide step by step great book anne-marie faiola soap makers essential oils cold process natural ingredients soap crafting soap queen palm oil clear and concise highly recommend natural colorants everything you need.

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I bought this book for natural soap recipes- and I agree with a few other reviews, not all the ingredients used are natural. I was hoping for some recipes with exotic cold pressed oils, but the recipes use common oils and butters, some good, some not good at all.

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Some of the recipes are simple. Some of the ingredients used are common and easy to find. Some of the recipes look really fun! I recognized a great many of the designs from the Amy Warden Soap Challenge and the original artisan soap makers were not given credit design ideas are not exclusive to the Soap Queen. You're gonna have to spend a WHOLE lot of money downloading the molds she uses for the recipes and the equipment.

Instead of telling you how many ounces a recipe makes- you get how many bars based on her molds a pain in the butt for a newbie to figure out using your own molds. More than half the book is for advanced soap makers. Some recipes call for food items like potato or cucumber or banana- however there are powdered extracts that would be much safer to use IF you were selling these soaps as far as I know the FDA does not approve raw food in soaps.

The book is a copycat of other artisans original works and really instead of using ordinary easy to find molds it compels you to go to her company to download the equipment or download it cheaper here on site: You need a silicone log mold, a wooden slab mold, a individual silicone cavity mold, a silicone slab mold smaller , and a long log mold with dividers, and round molds, embellishment molds, natural colorants, oxides, tons of essential oils, heating pad, section tools, sodium lactate in all the recipes , cupcake mold, stamp, rubber mallet, sealable tea bags, herbs, bubble wrap, cookie cutters, powder sifter, chopsticks, frosting bag and tip This is not for the beginning soap maker that has limited funds and space some recipes require the freezer over night.

This book was highly recommended by many soap makers as the "premier" book to read. While I was excited when I started out reading it it quickly became obvious that this is NOT for beginners.

I had to laugh about the starting out point of utilizing things you already have so you don't have to spend much There literally was not ONE that I could make! I either didn't have the proper equipment OR ingredients to make anything in this book. It was well written but clearly for someone much more advanced and someone that had all the different molds, butters, oils and "essential oils" to use the recipes provided.

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I'm of a mind to just send it back but will keep it around for "some day" when I can afford all the "stuff" you need to really get use out of the book. Also, be sure to check out our other posts if you are into DIY bath essentials! We have a great post on a super yummy smelling salt scrub made with honey and lemons! We also have some great posts on how to make bath bombs and the best bath bomb molds. Be sure to check them out! We would appreciate that!

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