I found it here in ebook form: https://www.ebooks.com/95687830/the...oabbj0tCHjHoalHb8lJ_W3JBoC0ZMQAvD_BwE#devicesDo you know where the ebook version of everything soapmaking book is sold?
Actually I do want to correct this comment. All my soaps are photographed after their cure. The only ones that are not are visibly wet ones in the mould or ones that specifically mention are not cured. Other than that the rainbow soap line up and ALL other soaps for my book are 6 - 8 weeks old.Natural soap colour - you can find all the info on line or on this forum.
Jo H is good but all her photos show soap about a week old so the colours are vibrant. Most natural colours in soap fade to nothing after a few months. It’s very disappointing. Clays stick and turmeric and a very few others. Search the forum for further info.
JoActually I do want to correct this comment. All my soaps are photographed after their cure. The only ones that are not are visibly wet ones in the mould or ones that specifically mention are not cured. Other than that the rainbow soap line up and ALL other soaps for my book are 6 - 8 weeks old.
Plant colorants will definitely fade. Some faster than others but that is the compromise for knowing that you are using natural colorants. The trick is to learn which ones last the longest and the ways to make the ones that like to fade stay around just that bit longer than they would like.
- jo haslauer
I started with 3 books read for 3-4 months - 6 classes Attending made my Soaps now I’m on my new project full time business try 3 books:-Hi everyone!
Since none of the libraries in my area carry soapmaking books I think at some point I'll have to invest in buying some books. But before I do I'd like to hear some opinions!
At the moment there are 3 books that I'm interested in:
1. Scientific soapmaking by Kevin Dunn
2. Natural Soap Color ebook by Jo Haslauer
3. Making Transparent Soap by Catherine Failor
Has anyone read these and do you recommend or not? And why?
Any other book suggestions are also welcome!