Soap Making Made Easy eBook Package by Michelle Gaboya Review

Everything you ever wanted to know about soap making you can find in these eBooks. Unless you are one of those weird people who really want to get into a deep detailed history of how/when every little discovery was made.

If you just want to learn how to make your own soap…these eBooks can teach you what you need to know!

If you just want to jump in without knowing all the history and little details you can just read Soap Making: A Quick Guide.

Cover of Soap Making: A Quick Guide.This eBook still has the list of equipment you need, the list of ingredients you need, and some of the dangers you need to keep in mind and protect against (you don’t want anyone or anything getting burned by lye).

It talks about the different methods for making soaps, blending soaps, and coloring soaps. All the way up to how to package and sell the soap you make if you want to do that.

It also talks about FDA regulations (unavoidable!) and possible liability issues you may run into.

It pretty much covers the subject so you don’t even have to read the longer version – Soap Making Made Easy.

Cover of Soap Making Made Easy by Michelle Gaboya.The longer version does have more information in it though.  It includes everything in the shorter one but adds the history of soap making and goes into a lot more detail in each section.

It also adds a few sample recipes and has a section about problems you might encounter and how to solve them.

The third eBook is a set of recipes for making different types of soaps.

Cover of Soap Recipes by Michelle Gaboya.This includes Melt-and-Pour Recipes, Cold Process Recipes, Liquid Soaps, Shaving Soaps, Exfoliating Soaps, and Shampoo Recipes. Something for everyone!

These eBooks are a great resource for anyone who is thinking about trying to make soaps.  The Soap Making Advice Kit includes all three eBooks in three different formats(.mobi, epub, and .pdf).

For more information visit Soap Making Advice on Facebook or follow @EasySoapMaking on Twitter.

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