THE NATURAL SOAP BOOK

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The Natural Soap Book and millions of other books are available for site site. The Natural Soap Book: Making Herbal and Vegetable-Based Soaps Paperback – January 8, Susan Miller Cavitch takes the mystery out of soapmaking, sharing her formulas for making high-quality. Editorial Reviews. From the Back Cover. It's fun to make your own natural soaps at home! The Natural Soap Book: Making Herbal and Vegetable-Based Soaps - site edition by Susan Miller Cavitch. Download it once and read it on your. Start by marking “The Natural Soap Book: Making Herbal and Vegetable-Based Soaps” as Want to Read: In this introductory guide, Susan Miller Cavitch shows you how to craft your own all-natural, wonderfully smelling soaps. This book explains thoroughly, from A to Z, the ins and outs.


The Natural Soap Book

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Making your own soap is fun, easy, and rewarding. In this introductory guide, Susan Miller Cavitch shows you how to craft your own all-natural. Another in our series of natural personal care books, which includes "The Herbal Body Book" and "The Essential Oils Book," this book explores the goodness of. Read The Natural Soap Book by Susan Miller Cavitch for free with a 30 day free trial. Read unlimited* books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and.

If you are going to claim that a substance should not be included in soap because studies show it causes cancer then you need to cite those studies.

That's lazy writing and bad editing. This woman hates colorants and fragrance oils with the passion of a jihadist, she's not even sure about oxides or clays which mankind has used for thousands of years. The vignettes about the soap making businesses were nice until you get to the back and see that 5 of the 9 are closed before the e-book edition is published including her own.

I looked up the rest and they have either closed, retired or sold to big conglomerates. So why keep them in there? Maybe to give soapers hope of a successful business and then show them that soaping as a business has the failure rate of the restaurant business? This book is in desperate need of a new edition. Get rid of the business stories, focus on the home soaper that needs recipes in smaller sizes then 40 bars a pop, and bring it up 20 years and you got yourself a good book.

As it is now I think it will be completely obsolete in a few years.

View 1 comment. Jun 25, Virginia rated it really liked it Shelves: Before I started making soap, I read this book cover to cover and then went back and re-read several sections.

Natural Soap Book

I still use it as a reference, though some of Cavitch's maxims I have found to not apply. But perhaps it depends on what recipe you're using? Great read This is the real deal.

This book explains thoroughly, from A to Z, the ins and outs of soap making. Very well written book for beginners Feb 22, Diana rated it really liked it Shelves: The best book I've found on soap-making, and the one that I've determined to download for long-term use. It has everything you need to know in a compact and easy-to-read format.

Nov 18, Dominique rated it really liked it Shelves: I really liked this handy little book! I borrowed it from the library and am tempted to download a copy.

The Natural Soap Book

I'm not a fan of her recipes though; they are way too big for my kitchen. All her information is pretty awesome!

I'm going to pair up this knowledge with a more fancy soap maker's recipes. Some of it is dated downloading palm oil from a commercial restaurant truck, whereas we would just order it online but all her advice is still golden. Feb 18, K. I came across this book at my local library and am glad I found it.

I was looking for a beginners guide to soap making, and this book was just that and much more. While there are no photos, the drawings are more than adequate. The recipes for soaps cover everything from shampoo to regular hand soaps.

There is great section that contains information on suppliers, which comes in handy for more obscure ingredients.

Feb 26, Angela rated it really liked it.

ISBN 13: 9780882668888

I am trying to get away from using Chemicals on my skin. I've been making my own facial skin care for a while now and started thinking about the soap that I shower with. So I am embarking on a new hobby of making my own soap. This book was very informative for the novice soap maker. It puts everything at you fingertips and answered all of my questions. It even give you several recipes to get started with and the knowledge to created your own recipes. Dec 13, Richard Cummings rated it really liked it.

Very useful and friendly book. The only thing that bothered me was the fact that all procedural instruction were repeated verbatum with each recipe. Kind of tedious, but maybe a safety consideration.

Still, the book would give most anyone the confidence to try making healthy, high-quality, vegetable-based soapmaking at home. There is a "sequel" to this book entitled The Soapmakers Companion which I am reading now.

More techniques and recipes for the folks who just want more.

Aug 27, Amanda rated it it was amazing. A very readable how-to book. Full detailed instructions on making soap at home using lye, vegetable oils and other natural ingredients. Good descriptions, scientific explanations, troubleshooting, etc. May 01, Susan rated it really liked it. Good, thorough descriptions of soap making ingredients. Cavitch discusses why various types of ingredients are better than others, why certain equipment materials are better than others, etc. She is also not shy about giving her personal opinions.

Includes brief stories of several soapmakers and how they got their starts. May 27, Catherine added it. Very interesting and informative. I really liked that she was technical without being too wordy or hard to understand- in fact, she is very easy to understand. My favorite part was still the part about the harder chemistry of saponification a term I only know because of her. Feb 19, Janette Boren rated it it was amazing. Sep 13, Angela Joyce rated it really liked it Shelves: This makes soap making seem quite achievable.

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Made it all seem very complicated. Have seen easier methods. However, I found it interesting and one day I actually will make soap!

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Popular Features. New Releases. Natural Soap Book. Description Another in our series of natural personal care books, which includes "The Herbal Body Book" and "The Essential Oils Book," this book explores the goodness of soap homemade without chemical additives and synthetic ingredients. Includes ideas on scenting, coloring, cutting, trimming, and wrapping soaps.The Beeswax Workshop.

Beverley Gray. James Wong. Making your own soap is fun, easy, and rewarding. Susan Miller Cavitch takes the mystery out of soapmaking, sharing her formulas for making high-quality vegetable-based soaps that are good for your skin -- and free of synthetic additives.

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All of these methods produce soap, but most are beyond the scope of this book and the interest of humankind.

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