The Complete Idiot's Guide to Making Natural Soaps by Sally Trew

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Leave no soapstone unturned!

Soapmaking has always been a popular craft with a dedicated group of followers, but with the explosion of urban homesteading and people looking to go green, noncrafters are now joining in on the fun. Whether it's making natural soap to live greener, give as gifts, save money, or make money, The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Making Natural Soaps has everything the new soap maker will need to create organic, natural soaps of all kinds.

?Includes recipes to make a wide array of molded, poured, and liquid soaps

?Contains soap recipes for body as well as household and even pets


About Sally Trew

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Sally W. Trew is the owner of the online soap maker's supply business Apples, Woods and Berries ( Sally teaches classes on soap making and bath and body products, and creates her own recipes and soaps. Sally, with Zonella, are the authors of the book Soaps and Other Obsessions: Living Green and Naturally. Zonella B. Gould started her soapmaking business, Bosque Bath and Body ( in 2002, although she started making soap long before then. Author home: Trew: Quilan, TX; Gould: Clifton, TX.
Published June 1, 2010 by Alpha. 208 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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