How to Make Handmade Shampoo Bars

How to Make Handmade Shampoo Bars

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by Lisa Maliga
     
 

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Learn how easy it is to make natural handmade shampoo bars. This innovative eBook includes 25+ recipes for shampoo bars, hair rinses, and hair masques. Contains more than 50 color photos, step-by-step instructions, and a chapter on natural additives. You get fragrance and essential oils information, and the creative labeling and packaging ideas chapter includes

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Learn how easy it is to make natural handmade shampoo bars. This innovative eBook includes 25+ recipes for shampoo bars, hair rinses, and hair masques. Contains more than 50 color photos, step-by-step instructions, and a chapter on natural additives. You get fragrance and essential oils information, and the creative labeling and packaging ideas chapter includes several photos. There is lots of information for both melt and pour and rebatch/hand-milled soap bases and how to craft fine bases into wonderful shampoo bars for all hair types. How to Make Handmade Shampoo Bars is written and photographed by the author of THE JOY OF MELT AND POUR SOAP CRAFTING. 

Editorial Reviews

Soap Deli News - Rebecca Dillon
This book is a fun introduction to making homemade shampoo bars for those recently getting into melt and pour soapmaking. It provides overall comprehensive information you'll need to get started and serves as a great springing board for later creating your own custom shampoo bar recipes for your family and their specific hair care needs.

"How to Make Handmade Shampoo Bars" begins by explaining the many benefits of making your own natural shampoo bars. Not only do you not have to worry a
Bear Rabbit Bear Crafts - Melanie East
The book goes step-by-step with everything a beginning shampoo bar crafter needs to know. There are material lists, guidelines, and helpful hints. And did I mention the oodles of recipes?
Live Green Beauty - Dana W.
I read through Lisa's eBook and I truly believe it's fantastic for beginners and those that have 'soaped' before. For instance, beginners might like to start with some of the melt and pour recipes, then move onto rebatched/handmilled soaps. Plus it gives ideas on packaging and labeling - great idea for Mothers day etc!! This eBook also gives the choice to add fragrance or essential oils, so is suitable for everyone. (Lisa also uses shea butter in her soaps, which was an instant hit with me!)
The Shopping Duck - Cecile Pryor
. Lisa’s ebook is filled with information about creating Shampoo Bars. These bars are used instead of regular liquid shampoo that is often filled with unnatural chemicals that are not good for you or the environment. Shampoo Bars are easy to make, require minimal packaging, easy to transport, can be scented or unscented and can be made for your hair type.
How to Make Homemade Shampoo Bars doesn’t just have Shampoo Bar recipes, but also educates you on the type of equipment you

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940046624632
Publisher:
Lisa Maliga
Publication date:
03/09/2015
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,045,197
File size:
4 MB

Meet the Author

Lisa Maliga has held a wide variety of jobs. She has worked as a cashier, library clerk, telemarketer, store detective, and Hollywood office temp. Other fields include construction, architecture, law, publicity, financial planning, gymnastics, banking, insurance, and as a bath & body products designer. Since 2001, she has created and maintained her own websites. She still makes and uses her own soapy creations. You'll find more about her work at:
http://www.lisamaliga.com
http://www.everythingsheacreates.com
http://pinterest.com/lisamaliga/
http://lisamaliga.wordpress.com/

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How to Make Handmade Shampoo Bars 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lots of useful info if you are interested in making your own shampoo bars. I was disapointed that there were no cold process recipes, only rebatch and melt & pour.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This one
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sure just let me get my swimsuit on and stuff
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