Soap Maker's Workshop by Robert S. McDaniel
The Art and Craft of Natural Homemade Soap

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Preserving the timeless craft of soap making, artisan soap makers Dr. Robert and Katherine McDaniel provide instruction and guidance to all levels of soap makers. Using natural ingredients, readers will experience the gratification of processing handmade liquid soaps, cold- and hot-process soaps, melt-and-pour soaps, re-batched soaps, working with fragrances, skin treatments, colors, and shapes and discover the benefits of aromatherapy associated with many essential oils. African Black Soap is also explored for its healing properties for extreme dryness, blemishes, wrinkles, stretch marks and scars.

About Robert S. McDaniel

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A chemist and teacher, Dr. Robert McDaniel is the holder of 14 U.S. patents and currently writes for The Saponifier e-magazine (a bimonthly publication for the soap- and candle-making industry). Katherine McDaniel is co-manager of their home-based company, Dr. Bob's Herbal Soap. The McDaniels' first soap making book, Essentially Soap, sold over 33,000 copies worldwide. McDaniel has an extensive background in fine and traditional arts and crafts encompassing fiber, soap, candles, hot glass, papermaking, bookbinding, sketching, and more.
Published July 7, 2010 by Krause Publ. 160 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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