Written by Deborah Dolen, one of the first authors on the subject, this book contains 80 of the best melt and pour soap recipes and techniques ever created. This is the most comprehensive melt and pour soap book on the market. From start to finish this 61 page manual [when in print version] shows you how to work with melt and pour soap bases with many clever ideas by author Deborah Dolen for the incorporation of soothing herbs and botanicals and/or just ingredients from around the house! Deborah Dolen shows you how to melt your old face masks and cold creams to go in your new soap. Included is a full natural coloration chart so you can use spices and other handy natural elements to achieve color. Types of soaps cover many functions of the home and in the Melt and Pour family include: Coffee Bean and Vanilla Deodorizing Soap for the kitchen, (shown below) as well as Peppermint Hand Sanitizing Soap, All Spice Soap, Gent's Canadian Balsam Fir/Basil Shaving Soap, Calamine Soap, French Pink Clay Facial Soap, Gardner's Soap, Achy Day Soap, Chunk Soaps, Hemp Soap, Headache Bars with Rosemary, the new Shampoo Bars, Herbal Soaps and so much more that you can make right at home! A sample of Deborah Dolen's new gem soap techniques can be seen on the right. Make these right at home. Author Deborah Dolen also gives great packaging ideas in the book. Written by Deborah Dolen who is also known under the pen name of Mabel White. Deborah Dolen Mabel White.
If you love to make soap and bath care items, you may want to also consider other popular books by Deborah Dolen "The Bathroom Chemist" to learn how to make bath bombs, the new shampoo and lotion bars and more, along with "The Self Apothecary" a few of her best selling books on how to make your own bath products. For the soap making lovers, consider making vegetable and botanical soaps the old fashioned way with "The Natural Soap Maker" and "Melt and Pour Soaps" also by Deborah Dolen.
Just one fabulous example of the original ideas in our Melt and Pour Soaps Book is the Farmhouse Kitchen Deodorizing Bar. Between the scent of vanilla and coffee grounds, the smell of onions and/or garlic on your hands do not stand a chance! These bars are so beautiful it would appear you paid $10 each for them or more. We sell the Farmhouse mold, as well as the supplies to make these bars in our supply room. There are so many recipes you can run with, when making your own melt and pour soap, it is truly amazing. We are partial to the honey bee soap and calamine soap for kids with itchy skin. Created by Deborah Dolen Mabel White.
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About the Author
Most of Deborah's musings revolve around natural or environmental affects. Deborah is a graduate of Eckerd College in St. Pete, Florida and Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, Florida. Many of her books were the direct result of raising three daughters as a widow and projects she designed to teach them life skills, ended up being complied into books as the internet became popular and a clear demand was shown for Deborah's recipes, formulas or over all writing in general.
Deborah Dolen can be found on all of the social medias that include Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and OpenSalon and Deborah Dolen Blog.
Deborah Dolen Mabel White bestselling books include: The Beekeeper's Digest, which shows how to make a variety of finished products from bee materials - honey, wax, and pollen are spun into gold to make candles, lip balm, hand cremes, medicinal syrups and so much more. Floral Design Basics is Deborah Dolen's second bestselling book and Handwriting Analysis in Psychology is another popular Dolen authored book.