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Start your review of Making Natural Liquid Soaps: Herbal Shower Gels, Conditioning Shampoos, Moisturizing Hand Soaps, Luxurious Bubble Baths, and more Write a review Apr 18, Jennifer Kleffner rated it liked it While this book is considered "the bible" on liquid soap making, and does contain some essential information to understanding the process, it has its drawbacks. The way it is organized is maddening. You have to flip back and forth between different sections to figure out how to neutralize your soap, or how much you should dilute it.
A lot has been learned about the process since this book has come out, including the "glycerine" method, where the lye KOH is dissolved into hot glycerine instead While this book is considered "the bible" on liquid soap making, and does contain some essential information to understanding the process, it has its drawbacks. A lot has been learned about the process since this book has come out, including the "glycerine" method, where the lye KOH is dissolved into hot glycerine instead of water.
It makes the paste much more manageable to work with. The instructions in this book are clear with some photos to illustrate what the process should look like; however, I found all of the stock photography in the book to be distracting. Sep 12, Kathryn Fanestiel rated it really liked it I found this book to be a pretty comprehensive guide to making liquid soap. Several Amazon users had mentioned that the book was confusing in their reviews.
Fortunately I have a background in science, so the instructions were relatively familiar. I will definitely follow some other users suggestions for checking out blogs to learn different methods.
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