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Contents
Part 1:  The Basics of Natural Soap-Making
Introduction to Soap-Making
How Soap Is Made
Basic Soap Ingredients
Adding In Some Fun: Additives
And One More—for Safety
The Importance of Safety Equipment
Other Soap-Making Equipment You’ll Need
The Shelf Life of Soap
Storing Your Soap
Frequently Asked Questions About Making Soap
Soap-Making Oils and Butters
Almond (Sweet) Oil (Prunus amygdalus)
Apricot Kernel Oil (Prunus armeniaca)
Avocado Oil (Persea gratissima)
Babassu Oil (Orbignya oleifera)
Canola Oil (Brassica campestris)
Castor Oil (Ricinus communis)
Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao)
Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera)
Corn Oil (Zea mays)
Emu Oil
Flaxseed Oil (Linseed)
Grape Seed Oil (Vitis vinifera)
Hemp Seed Oil (Cannabis sativa)
Illipe Butter (Shorea stenoptera)
Jojoba Oil (Simmondsia chinensis)
Karanja Oil (Pongammia glabra)
Kokum Butter (Garcinia indica)
Lanolin
Lard
Mango Butter (Limnanthes alba)
Mowrah Butter (Madhuca latifolia)
Neem Seed Oil (Azadirachta indica)
Olive Oil (Olea europaea)
Olive Oil Pomace
Ostrich Oil
Palm Oil (Elaesis guineensis)
Palm Oil (Red Unrefined, Unbleached, Nondeodorized)
Palm Kernel Oil (Elaesis guineensis)
Peanut Oil (Arachis hypogaea)
Rice Bran Oil (Oryza sativa)
Safflower Oil, High Oleic (Carthamus tinctorius)
Sal Butter (Shorea robusta)
Shea Butter (Butyrospermum parkii)
Soybean Oil (Glycine soja)
Sunflower Oil, High Oleic (Helianthus annuus)
Tallow, Beef
Frequently Asked Questions About Oils and Butters
Fun with Fragrance Oils
Choose Your Scent
Safety First
How Much Do I Use in Soap?
Blending Fragrance Oils
Frequently Asked Questions About Fragrance Oils
Enhancing Soaps with Essential Oils
The Usefulness of Essential Oils in Soap
Adding Essential Oils to Soap
Common Essential Oils You Can Use
Frequently Asked Questions About Essential Oils
How to Use SoapCalc
Box 1: Type of Lye Used
Box 2: Weight of Oils
Box 3: Water
Box 4: Super Fat %
Box 5: Soap Qualities and Fatty Acids
Box 6: Soap Recipe
Box 7: Save Recipe
Box 8: Calculate Recipe and View or Print Recipe
Formulating Soap Using SoapCalc
Basic Soap
Olive Oil Soap
Lard Soap
Beef Tallow Soap
What Can I Use for a Soap Mold?
Making Your Own Soap Mold
How Much Soap Will My Mold Hold?
Lining Your Mold
Melt-and-Pour Soap Molds
Unmolding Your Soap
Part 2:  Making Cold and Hot Process Soap
The Basics of Cold Process Soap
The Skinny on Super Fatting
Cold Process, Only Faster: Cold Process Oven Process
Unmolding and Cutting Your Soap
Making Cold Process Soap
Basic Cold Process Soap
The Zap Test
The Basics of Hot Process Soap
Making Hot Process Soap
Basic Hot Process Soap
Making Slow Cooker Hot Process Soap
Slow Cooker Hot Process Soap
Making Cold Process Oven Process Soap
Cold Process Oven Process Soap for Normal Skin
Cold Process Oven Process Soap for Mild Skin
Cold Process Oven Process Soap for Sensitive Skin
Cold Process Oven Process Soap for Difficult Skin
A Few Notes Before We Begin
Beginner Batch 1 (2-Pound Mold)
Beginner Batch 2 (5×۶ Mold)
Baby Your Baby Soap
Sweetheart Soap for Dry Skin
Lavender Bar Soap
Manly Man’s Soap
Buttery and Nice Soap
Cool, Fresh Cucumber Soap
Shampoo Bar Soap
Facial Bar for Normal Skin
Finishing Your Soap Bars
A Little Soap Humor
The Basics of Goat Milk Soap
Making Goat Milk Soap
۱۰۰ Percent Goat Milk Soap
۵۰ Percent Goat Milk/50 Percent Water Soap
Using SoapCalc to Formulate Your Soap
Increasing and Decreasing Batches
Making Liquid Soap and Shampoo
Making Household and Laundry Soap
Basic Household and Laundry Soap
Another Easy Household and Laundry Soap
Scenting Your Household and Laundry Soap
Making Shower Gels
Basic Shower Gel
Shower Gel for Normal Skin
Shower Gel for Mature Skin
Shower Gel for Sensitive Skin
Making Shampoos
Shampoo for Normal Hair
Shampoo for Dry, Limp Hair
Shampoo for Slightly Oily Hair
Shampoo for Oily Hair
Conditioning Rinse
Making Other Useful Liquid Soaps
Liquid Hand Soap
Liquid Facial Soap for Normal Skin
Liquid Facial Soap for Teenagers
Part 3:  Getting Creative with Your Soap
Types of Colorants
Liquid Colors
Oxides for Colorants
Micas
Natural Colorants
The Basics of Swirling
The Blind Swirl
The In-the-Pot Swirl
The In-the-Mold Swirl
The White-on-White Swirl
Swirling Your Soap
Swirling in the Mold
Swirling Two Colors
Marbleizing
Pitfalls to Avoid
Making Layered Soap
Coffee Mocha Delight
Making Cold Process Embeds
Making Cutouts
Making Curls
Making Plaids
Making Confetti
Making Stained-Glass M&P Pieces
Tips for Laying Embeds in the Mold
The Basics of M&P Soap
M&P Soap Molds
M&P Colorants, Additives, and Scents
Fun M&P Projects
Making Soap Paints
Making Soap Bar Embeds
Making Soapy Bath-Time Crayons
Making Dipping Petals
Final Thoughts