David Fisher
Price $24.99
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Homemade soaps, scrubs, salves, lotions, and other bath and body products have been popping up all over, from craft fairs to Etsy--and it's no surprise why. Soap making is a fun and creative hobby that you can do right in the comfort of your own kitchen. Want to learn how? Look no further. The Complete Photo Guide to Soap Making is an A-Z primer on all things soap making.

Written by soap making expert David Fisher, this easy-to-use book will guide you through everything you need to know from necessary ingredients, tools, and safety requirements to soap making methods, including: melt and pour, hand milling, cold process, and hot process. You'll be a pro in no time!

Each chapter focuses on a specific method, demonstrating the basic process as well as decorative techniques, recipes, and related products such as scrubs, bath bombs, and liquid soaps. You'll also find a section on how to formulate original recipes, plus guidance on storage and ideas for packaging to impress your friends, family, and maybe even customers! So grab your creativity and some great ingredients and let's get started.

Format Trade Paperback 176 Pages
ISBN 9781589239432
Size8.25 in x 10.81 in / 209.55 mm x 274.57 mm
Published Date January 9th, 2018
David Fisher

David Fisher is a former writer for The Spruce ( and has been making soap for nearly 20 years. He has always loved working with his hands and creating things from scratch. Soap fulfills his combined interests in arts and crafts, chemistry, cooking, aromatherapy, and frugal living. The owner of Bath Rabbit Soap Company and a member of the Handcrafted Soap and Cosmetics Guild, Fisher teaches students of all ages how to make candles, soap, and bath and body products. He attends numerous local and regional soap and candle making conferences and classes and has logged countless hours of “in the kitchen” training in soap and candle making. Fisher is also the author of several articles and books on the topic, including The Complete Photo Guide to Soap Making. He studied theater at California State University in Sacramento, nonprofit management at the University of Dallas, and spent three years at Tulane University.

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