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The Natural Soap Book: Making Herbal and Vegetable-Based Soaps (English Edition) de [Cavitch, Susan Miller]
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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, wonderfully smelling soaps. Illustrated directions take you through the whole process, from buying supplies to cutting the final bars. With easy-to-follow recipes that range from classics like oatmeal and honey soap to more adventurous combinations using goat milk and borage, you’ll be inspired to make uniquely personal soaps that are gentle on your skin and a pleasure for your nose.


It's fun to make your own natural soaps at home!

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.

The Natural Soap Book gives you:

* Clear directions and illustrations to guide you step-by-step through the entire process -- from buying supplies to cutting and trimming the final bars.

* Recipes for old favorites like oatmeal/honey and avocado soaps to Susan's unique recipes for goat milk, borage, and even a tropical shampoo bar.

* Creative wrapping and gift packaging ideas.

* Formulas for exotic specialty scents like Holiday Spice, Sweet Earth, and Southern Summers.

* Profiles and tips from professional soapmakers.

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  • Editor: Storey Publishing, LLC (30 de junio de 1995)
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excellent book. Thoroughly researched and well presented. 2 de septiembre de 2014
Por River Weaver - Publicado en
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Excellent book. Thoroughly researched and well presented, this author goes into the fine points of natural soap making, explaining the chemistry so any soap maker can understand, with or without a chemistry background. She explains the kinds of soap you can make at home, the ingredients in soap - such as lye, scents, colorants, nutrients, and preservatives, and the properties of those ingredients - as well as why the synthetic ingredients are harmful. She presents detailed steps in making numerous recipes included in the book, then goes beyond making basic soap and explains how to diagnose problems in your soap, then cutting, trimming and wrapping your hand made soap. She lists suppliers, and reviews books and magazines very thoroughly. I highly recommend this book to potential soap makers.
The problems with this book are as follows: There are very good ways to make soap that disagree with the author, temperature is a topic I don't agree with her about. Her recipes are too large, but you can find a lot of free recipes and instruction on the internet. You can lso find lye calculators is an excellent resource,they also have many other helpful features on that website.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas My first book on soaping. 29 de mayo de 2016
Por C. Thomas - Publicado en
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New to soap making and wanted some education on the subject. I liked the book but thought some of the ingredients in the recipes were rather pricy for a beginner. The recipes looked good. And I may try some if them later. But to start out I will try some if her other recipes from her book entitled "The Soapmaker's Companion".

Having fun. Proud of my results. Gathering all the equipment to see how much I want to invest in this endeavor. I would recommend a book called "How to make wooden soap molds (without sawing a single piece if wood)" by M. Bear. If you are just getting started like me; you might want to check this one out.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A very educational book for beginning soap makers 15 de marzo de 2011
Por Laurie (Cat Herder Extraordinaire) - Publicado en
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
I picked this book up because I was looking for a soap making book and this one fit the bill and was available on the Kindle. I am also only interested in vegetable oil soaps (no lard or tallow) since my hubby is a vegan.

I found about 90% of the information presented in an easy to use form and was very applicable to someone who didn't know anything about making soap. I liked the part with the different vegetable oils and what they contribute to the finished product. I also tried one of the recipes (the shampoo bar for normal to dry hair) with good results. The recipes are made for HUGE batches (which is good for people who are selling their soaps) which doesn't help the beginning soap maker. I ended up translating the recipes to percentages rather than amounts which made it very easy to make any amount of soap. (My shampoo bar recipe made 3 bars)

My suggestion for people who want smaller batches are to put the recipes into percentages then put the percentages into a lye calculator (I like SoapCalc) and put your recipe into grams. I picked up a cheap scale that does both ounces and grams and it works really well. I usually go for a 454 gram batch (about 1 pound) or 225 gram batch (about 1/2 pound). Those amounts are great for experimenting and will be able to show me rather I want to make a larger batch or make more of that recipe.

If you are looking for a good book on making vegetable oil soaps, this is it. I would recommend it highly. It is also nicely formatted for e-readers like the Kindle.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas It is the book with the best info for anyone looking to make old-fashioned lye soaps 18 de abril de 2017
Por David Morisseau - Publicado en
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Used this book years ago. Decided to try soapmaking again and this was THE book to start over with. It is the book with the best info for anyone looking to make old-fashioned lye soaps. Could not find it at the local bookstore. Once again Amazon is the place to find things you need!
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Slightly Outdated 7 de enero de 2013
Por Lady Bookworm - Publicado en
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While this book had a lot of information in it, I found that the author gave too much information on one subject,and not enough about the other. For instance, she mentions herbs that people can use for colorants, but refuses to even give an idea about what colors they yield or how much one should use. Additionally, some of her advice is outdated because the internet wasn't as huge as when she wrote the book as it is today- so her advice about where to buy materials and products isn't very helpful. However, if you want to "geek out" on soap and really want to know nearly everything, this a great book.
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