Best Soap Making Books
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1. The Natural Soap Making Book for Beginners: Do-It-Yourself Soaps Using All-Natural Herbs, Spices, and Essential Oils
Author: by Kelly Cable
The beginner’s guide to soap making using all-natural ingredients Making soap at home means being able to choose natural ingredients to nourish the bodybut knowing what to do with those ingredients can be daunting. This easy-to-follow starter guide to making cold-processed soap walks beginners step-by-step through producing luxurious handmade soaps from scratch using the best natural herbs, oils, and milks.
Unlike other soap-making books, this guide is full of truly beginner-friendly recipes that are colored and scented without artificial chemicals. Moisturize thirsty hair with the creamy Goat Milk and Honey Shampoo Bar, wash away worries with a lather of Relaxing Lavender Soap, or give the gift of sweet-smelling indulgence with a bar of Cocoa-Mint Soap.
This standout in natural soap-making books includes: A soap-making primer with illustrated tutorials and hands-on recipes that teach beginners how to cold-process soap, including working safely with lye. Natural ingredient guides that make it easy to choose the perfect base oils, essential oils, colorants, fragrances, and additives like clay.
2. Sell Your Crafts Online: The Handmaker's Guide to Selling from Etsy, Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Shopify, Influencers and More
Author: by James Dillehay
Warm Snow Publishers
Are you bewildered about how to market your handmade products online? Discover step-by-step, how makers and artisans succeed selling on e-commerce sites working from home. Has your online sales presence failed to produce the income you’re seeking? As an artisan featured in The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo Finance, and Entrepreneur Radio, marketing pro James Dillehay’s thirty years of experience has made him a master of turning small projects into six-figure enterprises.
Now he’s here to teach you how to position your arts and crafts head-and-shoulders over the crowd of competitors. Sell Your Crafts Online is a one-of-a-kind blueprint for finding success and generating profitable returns in the highly lucrative world of e-commerce.
Between helpful how-to’s and checklists, Dillehay’s proven strategies will speed your landing your passion projects in every buyer’s shopping cart. By following his user-friendly approach, your hard work will reach wider audiences ready to invest in your talent. In Sell Your Crafts Online, you’ll learn:Pro tips for selling on Etsy, Amazon Handmade, eBay, with ShopifyDiscover how to sell from Facebook shops, Instagram, and PinterestHow to post your product listing on multiple channels at the same timeMethods for using SEO to draw in shoppers looking for products like yoursHow to price your pieces online to earn top dollarWays to pitch to influencers so your products secure social media attention and much, much more!
3. Natural Soap at Home: How to Make Felted Soap, Wine Soap, Fruit Soap, Goat's Milk Soap, and Much More
Author: by Liz McQuerry
Skyhorse (March 20, 2018)
March 20, 2018
The creator of the natural skin care line Moon Magic, Liz McQuerry offers here a step-by-step guide for natural cold-process soap crafting. Mostly utilizing kitchen ingredients to create a variety of innovative soap blendsincluding felted soap, beer soap, and seasonal soapsMcQuerry will put you in touch with your inner alchemist.
From body bars to hair care bars, with wonderful tidbits and advice on herbs and essential oil blends, you and your family will enjoy a clean like never before. Here are instructions for:Mermaid Kisses Salty Sea SoapGolden Coconut Milk SoapWine and Rose SoapFelted Soap StonesRefreshing Lemon Solid Shampoo BarsBeard Wash Solid Soap BarsAnd more!
After you learn to make your own soap, you’ll also discover how to scent, color, design, troubleshoot, and even sell your soap. McQuerry’s soaps make for attractive and personal bathroom and kitchen dcor at home, as well as nifty gifts for just about any occasion.
4. Simple & Natural Soapmaking: Create 100% Pure and Beautiful Soaps with The Nerdy Farm Wife’s Easy Recipes and Techniques
Author: by Jan Berry
Page Street Publishing
Soap Making Business StartupHow to Start, Run & Grow a Million Dollar Success From Home! In this book, I don’t tell you how to make soap in few steps and then give you a few recipes to try, so you can start your own soap making business.
You can find that information anywhere, don’t have to buy my book to learn that.Wait!Oh! I did that in this book. I did explain how to make soap, I also did give you a few simple recipes too.
But I hope that is not why you bought this book. In this book my goal is to explain to you in simple terms how to CREATE great natural and organic soaps and not just MAKE soaps, there is a difference.
You will get to see and understand that difference when you understand each ingredients and how they interact and react with each other. You will not have a great business if you are just making carbon copy of few soaps of other people which your customers can go buy from any local stores.
What will make you unique is when you create a blend or two of your own and people start liking your creation. That is when you can hit the home run in business. Imagine growing your soap company into a local, regional and ultimately a national brand, where your soaps will be sold at every Whole food, Body, Bath and Beyond, Home Goods and many other great retailers.
6. Pure Soapmaking: How to Create Nourishing, Natural Skin Care Soaps
Author: by Anne-Marie Faiola
Storey Publishing, LLC
The pure luxury of soaps made with coconut butter, almond oil, aloe vera, oatmeal, and green tea is one of life’s little pleasures. And with the help of Anne-Marie Faiola, author of Soap Crafting and Milk Soaps, it’s easy to make luscious, all-natural soaps right in your own kitchen.
This collection of 32 recipes ranges from simple castile bars to intricate swirls, embeds, and marbled and layered looks. Begin with a combination of skin-nourishing oils and then add blueberry puree, dandelion-infused water, almond milk, coffee grounds, mango and avocado butters, black tea, or other delicious ingredients and then scent your soap with pure essential oils.
Step-by-step photography guides you through every stage of cold-process soapmaking.
7. The Complete Guide to Natural Soap Making: Create 65 All-Natural Cold-Process, Hot-Process, Liquid, Melt-and-Pour, and Hand-Milled Soaps
Author: by Amanda Gail Aaron
All-Natural Soap, All You Need to Know. Match colors to scents, add essential oils, try a simple slab swirl or opt for a tiger stripethe creative possibilities of homemade soaps are endless. Even if you’re starting from scratch. If you’re wondering where to find everything you need to know, open this book and get ready to fall in love with soap making.
The Complete Guide to Natural Soap Making is the ultimate DIY reference to master the processes, techniques, and recipes to start creating picture-perfect handcrafted soaps. With step-by-step tutorials and 65 completely all-natural recipes, you’ll find lots of inspiration to create your very own recipes to sell, gift, or keep all for yourself.
Inside The Complete Guide to Natural Soap Making you’ll find:Soap Making 101Get prepped to make your very own soap with essential equipment and ingredients. Easy-to-Follow TutorialsLearn insider design tricks and classic soap making techniques like cold-process, hot-process, melt-and-pour, and hand-milled.
8. Easy Soap Making: Natural Recipes for Creative Melt-and-Pour, Hand-Milled, and Cold-Process Soaps
Author: by Kelly Cable
Easy, creative recipes to get you started with soap making Making homemade soap means being able to create beautiful designs while using the best natural ingredients for the body. Unlock the artistic possibilities with the tutorials and recipes in this beginner’s soap-making book.
Get started right away with recipes that take an hour or less of active time and use just a few ingredients. Easy-to-follow instructions mean that anyone, no matter their level of experience, can enjoy making handmade soaps to gift, display, or use every day.
Multiple methodsExplore the differences between melt-and-pour, hand-milled, and cold-process soap making. Natural ingredientsDiscover how to choose and use ingredients like carrier oils, essential oils, colorants, and decorations. A variety of recipesNourish thirsty skin with creamy Yogurt Moisturizing Soap, invigorate the senses with the woodsy fragrance of Rosemary Peace Soap, or gift indulgence in a bar of Warm Vanilla and Honey Soap.
9. Beeswax Alchemy: How to Make Your Own Soap, Candles, Balms, Creams, and Salves from the Hive
Author: by Petra Ahnert
Featuring over 40 DIY projects that illustrate how to transform one of the world’s most natural ingredients into tangible creations, Beeswax Alchemy is the perfect amalgamation of recipe craft book and beekeepers’ guide. Considered the miracle of the beehive and used by humans for 8,000 years, beeswax remains a vital ingredient to society and is still used as the foundation for many household products in the twenty-first century.
Learn from apiarist and entrepreneur Petra Ahnert about the history of beeswax, as well as tips and techniques on how to mold it into beautiful, reusable creations. An introduction details the different ways in which beeswax has been used throughout history, as well as the products that contain it today.
You’ll also find an explanation of the different types of beeswax, as well as insider tips on working with beeswax, followed by step-by-step instructions for making candles, balms, salves, creams, scrubs, soaps, ornaments, art, and more out of beeswax (either your own or store-bought).
10. Soap and Cosmetic Labeling: How to Follow the Rules and Regs Explained in Plain English
Author: by Marie Gale
So you just developed an awesome soap or cosmetic product. You gave it out to friends and family who raved about it and urged you to put it on the market. You checked on what that would take and that’s when you hit the wall of rules and regulations.Thud!
Does that mean you’ve hit a dead end?Absolutely not! In Soap & Cosmetic Labeling, author Marie Gale clearly explains the different rules and regulations that apply to labeling soaps and cosmetics and other related products. As she says, getting the labeling right isn’t very complicated…
But it is very detailed. This book explains, in plain English, how to follow product labeling rules and regulations from: Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act Fair Packaging and Labeling Act Uniform Weights & Measures Law Uniform Packaging and Labeling Regulations State Laws …And more!
The 3rd edition has been updated to include more images, diagrams and examples, more explanations – particularly for true soap – and more background on the actual laws and regulations and how they came into being. In all, the 3rd edition contains 38 more content pages.
11. Milk Soaps: 35 Skin-Nourishing Recipes for Making Milk-Enriched Soaps, from Goat to Almond
Author: by Anne-Marie Faiola
Handmade soap is made extra-special with the addition of milk! Soaps enriched with milk are creamier than those made with water, and milk’s natural oils provide skin-renewing moisture and nourishment. In Milk Soaps, expert soapmaker Anne-Marie Faiola, author of Pure Soapmaking and Soap Crafting, demystifies the process with step-by-step techniques and 35 recipes for making soaps that are both beautiful and useful.
She explains the keys to success in using a wide range of milk types, including cow, goat, and even camel milk, along with nut and grain milks such as almond, coconut, hemp, rice, and more. Photographs show soapmakers of all levels how to achieve a variety of distinctive color and shape effects, including funnels, swirls, layers, and insets.
For beginners and experts alike, this focused guide to making milk-enriched soaps offers an opportunity to expand their soapmaking skills in new and exciting ways.
Easy Homemade Melt and Pour Soaps: A Modern Guide to Making Custom Creations Using Natural Ingredients & Essential Oils
Author: by Jan Berry
Page Street Publishing
Create Beautiful Herbal Soaps The Safe, Easy & Fast Way Feel good about pampering yourself with these artisanal soaps featuring natural botanicals, colorants and exfoliants. This comprehensive, beginner-friendly guide to melt-and-pour soapmaking from Jan Berry, author of Simple & Natural Soapmaking, includes 50 inspiring recipes plus design tutorials and a stunning natural colorant gallery.
Her method is incredibly easy; all you need to do is melt your soap base, infuse it with healing herbs or flowers, add essential oils and natural colorants, and pour it into a beautiful mold. As soon as your soap is dry, it’s ready to use!
This method is a safe soapmaking technique that doesn’t require handling lye. Plus, because it’s so simple, many projects make for excellent family-friendly crafts. Kids will love helping out with simple soaps like Sunflower Sunshine Bars or playing with Aromatherapy Soap Dough.
As you work through the projects, Jan leads you through a variety of techniques step by step. From simple herbal infusions in Wildflower Honey Soap to advanced methods of layering and swirling as in the Ocean Waves Soap, there’s always another project to excite beginner and advanced soapmakers alike.
13. Botanical Soaps: A modern guide to making your own soaps, shampoo bars and other beauty essentials
Author: by Marta Tarallo
Sustainability is creeping into all aspects of our lives. The beauty industry is one of the biggest polluters, littering our oceans with used plastic bottles and containers therefor, there is now a growing movement looking for cleaner and greener way to beautify.
Learn how to simplify your beauty regime with Botanical Soaps as this book shows you how to create your own beauty products using all natural ingredients. Demystify your skin type and discover how to combat bathroom plastic, minimize your routine by making your own soaps, shampoo bars and other beauty products including, lip butters, cleansers, bath salts and natural deodorants.
Botanical Soaps is a beautiful and inspiring guide that will encourage you to green up your beauty regime with all natural, organic projects that are kinder to both the planet and your skin.
14. The Soapmaker's Companion: A Comprehensive Guide with Recipes, Techniques & Know-How (Natural Body Series – The Natural Way to Enhance Your Life)
Author: by Susan Miller Cavitch
In this comprehensive guide, Susan Miller Cavitch covers everything you need to know to make your own soaps. Learn the basic techniques for crafting oil-, cream-, and vegetable-based soaps, and then start experimenting with your own personalized scents and effects.
Cavitch provides tips for making more than 40 different specialty soaps, showing you how to design colorful marbled bars and expertly blend ingredients to create custom fragrances. You’ll soon be making luxurious soaps at a fraction of the cost of boutique products.
Important Notice Early printings of this book contain a recipe variation in a sidebar note on page 36. As a result of further testing, author Susan Miller Cavitch and Storey Publishing strongly recommend that you do not try this variation. Adding honey when you are combining the sodium hydroxide and water may result in a stronger reaction with more intense heat.
The mixture may bubble up quickly and come out of the pot, posing a potential hazard.
15. Soap and Candle Making Business Startup 2021-2022: Step-by-Step Guide to Start, Grow and Run your Own Home-based Soap and Candle Making Business in as … 30 days with the Most Up-to-Date Information
Author: by Clement Harrison
How to turn a pleasurable pastime into a booming businessDo you have a special soap recipe that’s proven to be effective with your children’s skin sensitivities? Do your handmade soap gifts to your friends often get compliments and requests for more?
If so, you might want to share your talents with a wider market and earn some extra income at the same time. With the popularity of clean and natural living in recent years, handmade bath products have become increasingly appealing for people who wish to stay away from harmful chemicals in commercially made goods.
That popularity is also reflected in the rise of soap making classes. In fact, you may have even started honing your craft in one of these classes yourself. While most will just try it for fun, if you’ve got a knack for mixing oils and picking out scents, you could be sitting on the perfect business opportunity!
The global handmade soap industry is valued at $150 million worldwide, and it is expected to grow even further. Getting even just a small share of this segment could be very lucrative. However, just because you’re good at making soap doesn’t mean you’ll easily be raking in money.
16. Liquid Soapmaking: Tips, Techniques and Recipes for Creating All Manner of Liquid and Soft Soap Naturally!
Author: by Jackie Thompson
In “Liquid Soapmaking” you will find clear explanations accompanied by full color photography, tables and charts illustrating how to: a) Successfully create sparkling clear soaps quickly and easily every time. B) Formulate liquid soap so you never have to dissolve a stubborn soap paste again.
C) Make the most luxuriously thick shower gels ever. D) Color, fragrance and thicken your liquid soap. E) Add nutritive value with herbal extracts and infusions. F) Extend the shelf life and stability of your soap. G) Formulate your own recipes.