Milk-Based Soaps: Making Natural, Skin-Nourishing Soap

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Storey, 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 107 pages
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Learn how to make moisturizing, skin-nourishing, milk-based soaps that look, smell, and feel absolutely fabulous! Recipes range from a simple Oatmeal Soap to the luxurious Romantic Rose, earthy Rosemary Mist, rich Cocoa Butter, and more. Also includes recipes for milk baths and creams, as well as information on how to make money selling your soaps.

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User Review  - labelleaurore - LibraryThing

Well done as a reference book in making milk soap. The recipes are very well chosen but there are easier way in making home made soap, ways that would take less equipments and simplier ingredients that we have around the house. Read full review

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About the author (1997)

The experience and expertise Casey Makela has acquired through 15 years of making soaps is readily apparent in her book, Milk-Based Soaps. She is the owner of Killmaster Soap & Woolen Works, a gift shop and direct mail business. Besides raising dairy goats, Casey has written articles for various animal husbandry periodicals. She resides in Harrisville, Michigan, with her husband and seven children.

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