Beginners Guide Natural Soap Making How to make an all-natural and carefully crafted handmade soap by April Brown

Making natural handmade soap means avoiding the use of any ingredient that can be toxic to the health

Beginners guide natural soap making how to make an all-natural and carefully crafted handmade soap

The beautiful things about homemade soaps are that you can do it with your chosen ingredients and fragrance. Soap making at home is fun and adventurous. Handcrafted soaps are enriched with vitamins, minerals, and beneficial oils because they are made with natural skin nourishing ingredients that won’t’ dry out your epidermis like those soap sold in the stores. If you have never tried making your soap, try one, and you will be surprised that it is not as difficult as you think. If you are new in soap making, I will advise you first start with melt and pour process. The “melt and pour” process is the most comfortable place to begin. Using a premade soap base, all you need to do is melt it down on the stove or in the microwave, then stir in fragrances, minerals, color, herbs, and whatever other ingredients your heart desires. Soap making has its rules, pros, and cons; to be a successful soap maker you have to adhere strictly to measurement and weight because that will determine the result of your final product. 
Your soap making ingredient (lye and fats/oil) will through a controlled but straightforward process chemically bond these two ingredients into a new will undergo a process called saponification. Every soap making from the scratch involves lye. In homemade soap, you should always use 100% lye (sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide) no substitute.
The good thing is that no-lye will remain in your finished product.
In this book, I outlined the essential ingredient needed in the soap making process, And some of the soap making equipment to be used. I explained in detail different types of soap making with pictures illustrations
<b>In this book, you will also learn:</b>
<li>Types of soap making</li> 
<li>Recipes for different purpose</li>
<li>History of soap making</li>
<li>Soap terminology</li>
<li>Beginners recipes</li>
<li>Precautions to be taking while handling lye</li>
<li>Liquid soap making</li>
<li>How to make an anti-aging soap</li>
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Genre: CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Candle & Soap Making

Secondary Genre: HEALTH & FITNESS / Beauty & Grooming

Language: English

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Making natural handmade soap means avoiding the use of any ingredient that can be toxic to the health. Many ingredients like artificial dyes, perfume or additive that some soap makers use are toxic and so should be avoided. In natural handmade soap, the product you are going to make will be entirely safe for you, your household and your friends.

If you are a newbie to making soap, don’t be scared of your first mistake because it will seem like a daunting understanding at first, but it such a rewarding process.

Soap recipes have two main ingredients which are oil and lye. Soap making recipes goes through a simple control process that will chemically bind the two ingredients into a new compound called soap.

In soap making, they are two major types: Cold process and Hot process.

Cold process soap making requires that the lye solution and fat/oils must be of the same temperature before combing. While in the hot process the lye solution/lye/fat is cooked together using a crockpot or oven

In chapter 6 and 7. I explained in details the different process of soap making that is beginners friendly

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