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The Complete Guide To Natural Soap Making by Amanda Gail Aaron

51RXC2e9KDL._SX398_BO1,204,203,200_If you’ve been considering making homemade soap, The Complete Guide to Natural Soapmaking is the only book you’ll need. This is an amazingly comprehensive guide to soap making. I wish I’d have had this book in my mitts years ago when soap making was something I did for money!

Whatever type of soap you want to make, from the easiest ways to the most difficult, they’re all in this book. Instructions on cold and hot-process soaps, hand-milled soaps, melt-and-pour soups, and even liquid soaps can be found within these pages.

Not only do you learn the processes, but you also get a massive collection of specific soap recipes so that you know exactly what you need in order to make some delightful soaps that are good for your skin, smell great, and help you get clean.

There are skin softening soaps, super-cleansing soaps, and even soaps that look like they’re made to eat (but don’t eat them).

This is not just a guide for beginner’s (though it is the perfect tome for anyone just getting started), there are plenty of tips and recipes worthwhile to people that have been making soap for years.

I received this book for free from the publisher for this unbiased review.


Creative Genius - Yvonne has been writing professionally since 2000. Prior to that, she got her writing start as a poet. Yvonne has a passion for writing about health & wellness topics, creating music reviews that spark interest, and she has a passion for all things macabre.

2 thoughts on “The Complete Guide To Natural Soap Making by Amanda Gail Aaron

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