The Bathroom Chemist is a useful guide for creating your own health and beauty products in your own home. In the Bathroom Chemist bestselling author Deborah Dolen breaks down the table of contents into several main easy to understand groups, such as the powder family, the soap family, the balm family and the perfume family.
One of author Deborah Dolen's many favorite recipes in this book happens to be Vanilla Bath Bombs, along with Bath Tea's that are so easy to make and completely luxurious to use! Stores charge outrageously more when you can create the same quality products, if not better. The Bathroom Chemist also covers the Salt Family, Lotion Family, and just about anything you may find in a bathroom. It contains tons of recipes for making bath salts, bubble bath, bath oils, the newer soaps that look like real gem stones. Other favorite formulas of The Bathroom Chemist include: Rose Hand Creme', Gardener's Hand Creme', the old fashioned Soap on a Rope, Body Butters, and Alum Natural Deodorant to name a few.
Also very popular in The Bathroom Chemist book is detailed instruction on how to make gem soaps. Let your imagination soar! Both books contain the best ideas to create items perfect for gift baskets! You save money while creating the most natural products for your family and friends. This book prints out about 94 very nicely laid out instructional pages but is only offered in ebook formats post 2011. Copyright Deborah Dolen Mabel White.
Other popular books written by Deborah Dolen under the pen name "Mabel White" include: The London Apothecary, The Beekeeper's Digest, The Self Apothecary and Maid Holistic.
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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.
Deborah's 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.