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Do you love
the feel of milk soaps but shy away from the cost? Are you looking for a
special kind of gift you can make yourself? Or do you already make soap
and want to try something new?
Anne L. Watson's
"Smart Soapmaking" was the first book based on modern
techniques that eliminate the drudgery and guesswork from home
soapmaking. Now, by popular demand, she continues her soapmaking
revolution with the first practical, comprehensive book on making milk
soap from scratch.
Experience the rich, soothing, luxurious
feel of milk soap you've made yourself. Your skin will thank you
Watson is the first author to have introduced modern techniques of home
soapmaking and lotionmaking to book readers. She has made soap under the
company name Soap Tree, and before her retirement from professional
life, she was a historic preservation architecture consultant. Anne and
her husband, Aaron Shepard, live in Friday Harbor, Washington.
/>"Beautiful in its simplicity. . . . A definitive book for
experienced as well as beginning milk soapers." -- Rebekah Bailey,
The Original Soap Dish, South Whitley, Indiana
to read and understand book that will take the mystery out of
milk-based soapmaking and debunk some of the myths surrounding it. It
contains some great basic formulas to get you started making milk soaps
of any kind, and fuel to let your imagination run wild when you are
ready to formulate your own creations. A good source of information for
new soapmakers, and also suitable for more experienced soapmakers who
want to start making milk soaps but thought it would be too
difficult." -- Amanda Guilfoyle, Bodelicious Bath & Body
Products, Ipswich, Queensland, Australia
Anne is up to her usual excellence. This book demystifies milk
soapmaking so everyone can have the luxury of a truly decadent bar of
soap *easily*. LOVE this book!!!" -- Susan Kennedy, Oregon Trail
Soaps, Rogue River, Oregon
"If you have an interest in
milk soaps, this is the book for you. . . . Debunks much of the popular
wisdom that may have discouraged some soapmakers." -- Kevin M.
Dunn, Author, "Scientific Soapmaking" and "Caveman
"As uber-soapmaker Anne L. Watson
demonstrates, milk soaps made properly are [rightfully] well-known for a
quality of luxurious buttery softness that is undeniable. . . . Anne
once again acquits herself ably as a scholar of the suds and a natural
communicator." -- Wishing Willow (blog)
/>"Enthusiastically recommended." -- Midwest Book Review, Feb.
2009, "Reviewer's Choice"
information that milk soapers, whether novice or experienced, could use
to make better milk soaps. Anne writes in a conversational style that
made me feel as though I were sitting down with her in her kitchen. . . .
Anne details what seems to be everything there is to know about the
subject. Rather than simply offering her opinions and favorite
practices, Anne did extensive testing and experimenting, learning how to
make the best milk soap bars that could be made. Soapmakers will be
impressed with the amount and quality of Anne's research and
observations. . . . That leaves the question: Can a neophyte made good
cold-process milk soap? I now say yes, with the caveat they have
'Milk Soapmaking' in hand." -- Beth Byrne, "The
Saponifier," Sept.-Oct. 2010