If you are looking to start making your own melt and pour soap then one of the best places to start are books. There are many melt and pour soapmaking books for beginners and for advanced soap makers too.
We have rounded up some great melt and pour soapmaking books to add to your soapmaking library. Soapmaking books also make great gift ideas for that soapmaker in your life too. We love to browse through the soap designs and see what others are up to in the soapmaking world.
Here's our top four melt and pour soap-making books.
The Natural Soap Making Book for Beginners will show you how easy and simple it is to make your very own homemade soaps without artificial dyes and chemicals. Your senses will tingle as you master the art of cold-process soap making using fresh, floral, woody, and amber scents to create your own handcrafted soaps.
Rebecca Ittner spends many pages detailing the natural materials, colorants, additives, and scents for a good foundation; the next four chapters are devoted to 45 recipes, each with color photographs, lists of materials and tools, and easy-to-follow numbered instructions. Choose among the different soap properties (soft, smooth, exfoliation, cleanse, and luxurious).
An informative and well-designed book by Marie Browning. This book is really good for beginners. Herbs and essential oils play a large part in the finished products in this book, highlighting step-by-step, and detailed information. This book has beautiful photography as well as packaging ideas for your completed soap
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