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Soap with Herbs, Beeswax & Vegetable Oils – page 2

Soap with Herbs, Beeswax & Vegetable Oils – page 2 These instructions are very condensed and cannot possibly contain the details included in my ‘Soap Recipes’ book. Nonetheless, I believe you will have a good overview after you read these instructions. (Visited 3 times, 1 visits today)

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Soap with Herbs, Beeswax & Vegetable Oils

Make Modern Soap With Herbs, Beeswax And Vegetable Oils by Elaine White So, you want to make soap? Good! I’ll try my best to tell you how. I’m Elaine White, author of ‘Soap Recipes: Seventy tried-and-true ways to make modern soap with herbs, beeswax and vegetable oils.’ (Visited 6 times, 1 visits today)

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Soap Making for Beginners: Melt and Pour

Soap making has been around for ages. The process of making soaps can either be simple or complex, depending on what you want to make. You can make soaps as a way to make money or you can make soaps for personal use or as gifts. (Visited 190 times, 1 visits today)

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Making Colorful Soaps

There are many ways to add colorful designs to your homemade soaps. We will discuss using the cold process soap making method to make soaps with intriguing designs. (Visited 5 times, 1 visits today)

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Lavender Soap

Lavender is a traditional cottage garden plant. Its gray-green spikes of foliage and purple flowers provide color all year. Since the Middle Ages, the dried flowers have been one of the main ingredients of potpourri. Fresh sprigs are included in herbal bunches known as tussie mussies, which have been used for hundreds of years to…

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Make a Premium Handmade Bar of Soap

Have you ever thought, boy I sure would like to make a luxurious bar of soap but thought all that measuring and mixing was too much aggravation. Well here is the smart, short and easy version that anyone can do with easy to find everyday ingredients. This is a “no weigh” recipe, so you don’t…