Monday, December 2, 2013
Many people are making their own personal care products, including soaps. I just reviewed three awesome ebooks on Soap Making! I have been thinking about making my own soaps for quite awhile now. I don't like buying products that have chemicals in them, so I've been making some of my own products, without the chemicals. Chemicals can be harmful to the body, so why not make your own products?
As I was reading the Soap Making Made Easy (Everything You Need To Jump-Start the Process of Making Your Own Soap at Home!), I was surprised to see all the details in easy to understand steps. I didn't know there was different types of lye or how to use it, but this book explains everything you need to know about making your own soaps. The ebook gives you what type of ingredients you can use and how to use them. You will also find the perfect list of all the supplies you will need, as well as why that particular item should be used. The ebook is very thorough and easy to understand. I would highly recommend all three ebooks on Soap Making !
I haven't made any soap yet, but I plan on doing it after Christmas. Homemade soaps would make the perfect gift, just in time for Christmas! So, are you ready to get ambitious and surprise the people on your Holiday Shopping List, with your homemade creations? You could create many different kinds of soaps, with a variety of scents and colors. The soaps are also perfect as a stocking stuffer!
Prize: Set of three ebooks on Soap Making Made Easy!
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