Reviewed By: Samantha
Posted: Wednesday, June 23, 2004
Location: Hatboro, PA
Comments: This is a decent book but some of the recipes include numerous ingredients that are not very common. In addition, the curing time for many of the soaps is pretty long. It did give us ideas for mixing scents for our other soaps.
Reviewed By: Jae
Posted: Sunday, April 27, 2003
Location: Santa Fe, NM
Comments: This book is full of easy-to-follow instructions and GREAT ideas for bath sets. Everything is so simple, and the pictures make it all easier. One tip: In order to get the "tapioca" look of her soaps, you must use normal soap, not the microwavable stuff at the craft store. My favorite: Ivory, because it's pure and you can get it in big packs for cheap at Costco.
Reviewed By: Cheryl
Posted: Monday, February 25, 2002
Location: Metairie, LA
Comments: I am enjoying reading this book -I feel it is well laid out & easy to understand - I am excited to get these projects underway!!
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