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gbtreasures

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I joined yesterday, made a post, but I don't think it was successful.
Hello to everybody! I am almost ready to make my 1st batch of soap.
I have decided on the melt&pour method. I am reading everything I can on the subject so that I am comfortable with the process. Eventually, depending on how goes it, I may sell to test the market waters out there. I don't see soapmakers at our fairs, etc., and can't figure out why?
ANY IDEAS? Is there a market for homemade, healthy soaps?
Any comments are appreciated. :D
 

Tabitha

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Hi there!

There is a market for everything. The trick is finding it.
 

Soapmaker Man

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Welcome! 8) Like Tab says, how you present, market, and promote your wares makes all the difference in the world. Listen to Tab, she is a great M&P soapier! Very interesting soaps and B&B products that visually are appealing! People buy with their eyes first, nose second in this business. You can take a bar of soap, not present it properly and you won't sell it for $3.00. Take that same bar, wrap it well, making it look great, present it to your customers in a positive way, and you might sell that same bar for double the money! Presentation is key, especially if there are a lot of soap makers in your area, and especially if you start selling on the Internet! There are thousands of soap makers selling on the net! Find a unique niche, and make it work for you.

Paul.... :wink:
 
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