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Soap Making Reloaded: How To Make A Soap From Scratch Quickly & Safely: A Simple Guide For Beginners & Beyond

Soap Making Reloaded: How To Make A Soap From Scratch Quickly & Safely: A Simple Guide For Beginners & Beyond

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Soap Making Reloaded: How To Make A Soap From Scratch Quickly & Safely: A Simple Guide For Beginners & Beyond

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46 Seiten
19 Minuten
Freigegeben:
Nov 2, 2013
ISBN:
9781630222505
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With a no-nonsense approach and easy to follow directions, Janet Evans shares his experience (and recipes) for creating soaps from scratch safely and easily . Janet takes the reader step by step through the process of making natural soaps for family, friends, and for profit. Easy to understand and master. Soap Making Reloaded : How to Make a Soap from Scratch Quickly & Safely: A Simple Guide for Beginners & Beyond includes extended directions for first time soap makers, new recipes, how to make soap in small and large batches It also Includes tips and advice for how to cut and cure soap, how to sell your soaps, packaging and labeling, and how to set up at a craft fair or market.
Freigegeben:
Nov 2, 2013
ISBN:
9781630222505
Format:
Buch

Über den Autor

Janet Evans loves spending time with children whether babysitting, playing or teaching them, she spends a lot of her time mentoring children in her local community. She has written many children's books including a ton of coloring books to help bring out the artistic side of children. She seeks to develop children's ability to draw, read and write through her work. Janet Evans is an artist during her childhood years. Drawing almost anything she could see and she also loves to paint flower from her backyard.


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Soap Making Reloaded - Janet Evans

Introduction

First and foremost, thank you very much for purchasing and downloading the e-book, "Soap Making Reloaded: How to Make a Soap from Scratch Quickly & Safely: A Simple Guide for Beginners & Beyond."

This book provides readers with an overview of the process of soap making—from its humble beginnings in the outskirts of Ancient Babylon all the way to putting up a soap making business.

In addition, soap making methods are also discussed here together with a few relatively easy soap recipes. It is hoped that readers will find themselves interested in soap making, and that they will be encouraged to try it out to experience the whole process first-hand.

Again, thank you for downloading this book and I hope you enjoy it!

Chapter 1: A Brief Background on Soap and Soap Making

Soap is a cleaning product that is made from natural substances such as castor, olive oil, coconut oil, tallow, and vegetable oil. It is basically a combination of vegetable oil (or animal fat) plus caustic soda, and throughout time it has been used for washing wool in the textile industry, for curing skin diseases and other skin breakouts, and for dyeing hair. Today, soap has managed to integrate itself into our culture and our daily lives, and it has become a primary means of keeping oneself clean and hygienic. The soap as we know it now is a product of numerous modifications and improvements over the course of centuries.

To fully appreciate the soap making process, it is important to first know about its humble beginnings. This chapter will talk about the history of soap in brief, and it will also give you an overview of the most common types of soap.

The History of Soap

Soap is perhaps one of the most used skin-care products all over the world, and it has actually been around much longer than we would have thought. In fact, the very first evidence of soap-like material has been dated to have existed at around 2800 B.C. in the outskirts of Ancient Babylon. The Babylonians were the first people to have mastered soap making, and they crafted their soaps from boiled fats and ashes. For at least 5 millennia, soap was utilized for cleaning cotton, wool, and cooking materials as well as for medicinal purposes. It didn’t actually start out as something that was used for bathing or personal hygiene.

In Egypt (1550 B.C.), it was described in the Ebers papyrus how

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    This book is a good beginning for someone who has never made soap and is just learning but the person reading this will need to learn more about mixing ingredients and the quantities to use from other learning or books. There was only one example to make soap in this book but there was a reference chart for ingredients but since there are a host of other ingredients that a person can add, you might want to reference other books on the subject. The book was informative and a good place to start.