Learn how to make a fun fall melt and pour soap recipe starring pure maple syrup. These soaps are also fine additions to include in a holiday gift basket.
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About 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:
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
For anyone curious about making their own soap. This short eBook is just 44 pages and includes reviews for another (probably longer) book on soap making and recipes. This has just one recipe. That said, it includes lots of tips and advice (and cautions) for DIY soap making. I've read a lot of soap recipes and the five minutes I spent reading this was very informative. Should I ever actually get into soap making, I will want to check out her other books and recipes!
I learned alot from this book very educational.
Already deleted this free book. Ok, so I realize that you get what you pay for and this applies to free books as well. But I'm lost how this book got its title. If you're looking for a helpful soap making book this is not it.