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Are You Ready To Start Making Your Own Natural Batches of Soap?

You Are Moments Away From Discovering My Step-By-Step "Fool Proof? Method for Creating Your Own Unique Batches of Natural Soap That Smells Great, and Does Wonders For Your Body

See Why My Friends and Personal Clients Call My Batches ?Miracle...
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The Art of Soap Making

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Are You Ready To Start Making Your Own Natural Batches of Soap?

You Are Moments Away From Discovering My Step-By-Step "Fool Proof” Method for Creating Your Own Unique Batches of Natural Soap That Smells Great, and Does Wonders For Your Body

See Why My Friends and Personal Clients Call My Batches “Miracle Soap”

Even if you have never tried before to create your soap in the past, there’s now an easy way to effortlessly create your own fresh batches of homemade organic soap. Take a second and think how it would feel to select your own natural ingredients in your own soap creation process. You’ll have full control of the ingredients that go in your soap to create truly unique blends.

Did you know people have been creating their own batches of soap for centuries and for good reasons too! In fact, up until a few hundred years ago, soap use to be an expensive luxury and only members of special guilds would have the specialized knowledge of the soap creation process.

In today’s age, Soap is one of the most common household items, used daily in an effort to eliminate germs and ensure good hygiene. The bad thing about over the counter soaps however is that in reality they are manufactured chemical byproducts. When you begin creating your own soaps your skin benefits from the oils and herbs you use, leaving your skin vibrant and clear instead of flaky and irritated.

“How a Bout of Skin Eczema Lead Me to
Discovering My New Found Passion”

I started creating my own soap after my Doctor recommended to me to change my skin as I was developing bouts of skin rashes. The soap products I was using at that time was said to be too aggressive for my skin so my Doctor recommended that I use something more natural. That’s when I soon discovered my new passion of creating my own soaps.

Making soap can be fun (and even profitable if you decide to sell it) and it doesn’t have to be a complicated or dangerous process. When I first started creating soap I was afraid of handling lye and other ingredients because of the safety concerns, but after creating batch after batch successfully, I can say with full confidence that anybody can follow in my footsteps.

When you begin using your own natural soap on your skin you’ll begin to notice immediately a range of benefits to your overall health. I use to be one of the biggest consumers behind “natural” products from the largest beauty companies. The truth of the matter is that the differences that your body feels compared to commercial soap products, and the ones you make from the comforts of your own home is quite drastic.

“What You Probably Don’t Know About the Soap
You Buy From Your Local Supermarket”

Did you know that the soap you pick up from your local supermarket or beauty store may not contain the ingredients as shown on the label?

The truth is the same soaps you see on commercials and in magazines are in fact industrial products made with the chemicals that at times can even be toxic to your skins and bodies. In fact, a recent study revealed that many over-the-counter soap products contains a dangerous chemical called methylisothiazolinonethat (chemically similar to the war agent “Agent Orange” used in Vietnam) that leads to nerve damage and accelerates Alzheimer’s disease.

Not only that, but the industrial companies behind some of the biggest soap products are responsible for dangerous practices that put hundreds of thousands of animals at risk each and every year. That’s right; the soap products you use in your homes are tested on hundreds of animals each day before they reach store shelves.

Wouldn’t you feel great if you can begin making your own organic soap that is safe on your body, without dangerous chemical additives?

The Secrets You Are Soon To Discover Inside The Art of Soap Making

Soap Making For Fun and/or Profits
The specific ingredients you need to create flawless batches of soap and their correct ratios (get this wrong and your soap will come out in weird textures, shapes, and color)
The exact equipment you should be using (a good majority is stuff you already have in your house)
The history behind the Soap Making Process
Avoiding costly mistakes
Top safety techniques so no
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014330442
  • Publisher: Dawn Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/21/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 654,800
  • File size: 385 KB

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