Free Soap Making eBooks

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How to Make Soap at Home - Homemade Soap Recipes for Beginners

Amazon has several great free soap making ebooks available today. They include How to Make Soap at Home: The Simple Soap Making Guide for Beginners! Discover How to Easily Make Gorgeous Looking & Beautifully Scented Homemade Soap! by Monica L. Patton, Homemade Liquid Soap for Beginners by Anna Ward, and The Creamy Craft of Cosmetic Making with Essential Oils and Their Friends by Jan Benham.

How to Make Soap at Home covers the basics of soap making and then instructs you on how to expand your expertise to make soaps that are entirely guided by your own imagination. This book will teach you how to gather your tools and ingredients, how to safely perform the required chemical processes and how to incorporate ingredients and decorations that will turn a standard soap into a beautiful and fragrant beauty product. It includes several basic homemade soap recipes to help you hone your skills and as well as information on how to use pre-made bases and homemade formulas to turn your ingredients into personalized exfoliating bars, soothing scrubs and vitamin-filled cleansing soaps.

How to Make Cosmetics with Essential Oils and Their Friends - Learn how to make your own DIY Homemade Lotions, Lip Balms, and More!

The Creamy Craft of Cosmetic Making with Essential Oils and Their Friends is guide for beginners on how to make natural homemade cosmetics. It clearly explains everything you need to know about the making of creams, lotions and ointments and also includes information about the most useful essential oils and carrier oils used in healthy skin care for skin, body and hair care.

Finally, Homemade Liquid Soap for Beginners teaches you how to make liquid homemade soap from scratch with over 17 liquid homemade soap recipes to get you started right away.

For more ebooks on how to make homemade soap and other free soap making ebooks, visit the Kindle store. These free soap making ebooks come and go quickly and are sometimes only available for a day or two so don’t delay! If you don’t have a kindle, you can visit Amazon and download the free Kindle Reading App which works on most devices include computers, tablets and smart phones. (I use the kindle app on my Mac book and iPhone.)

For more homemade soap recipes as well as natural homemade bath and body recipes and beauty DIY’s, be sure to follow my DIY Bath and Body Board on Pinterest. If you follow all of my Pinterest boards you’ll also discover lots of great DIY craft projects, homemade gift ideas, lifestyle tips and recipes. You can also read my own tutorial for making homemade cold process soaps here or  view my own full collection of homemade soap recipes at Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen.

To keep up with all of my new homemade soap recipes and projects and never miss a post be sure to follow Soap Deli News blog on Blog Lovin’ and on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Instagram.

Free Kindle Ebooks: Now available for everyone!

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Kindle has been around a while. My ex-husband bought a kindle when it first became available and I’ll admit I was slow to catch on. I love my paper library of books to read and could not imagine replacing them with an electronic alternative. However, due to increasing pain in my hands and wrists – which has been explained by a recent diagnosis of fibromyalgia – books became more and more difficult to read. A Kindle suddenly seemed like a better idea, and with an extremely tight budget since moving back out on my own it also started to make a lot more sense financially.
Kindle App for Mac
Thanks to one of my brilliant and creative facebook friends, I found out that I don’t need to buy a Kindle – though a Kindle Firewould be amazing to have – to actually have a Kindle. Amazon now offers Free Kindle Apps for your iPhone, iPod Touch, Android, Window Phone 7, Blackberry, iPad Tablet, Android Tablet, and both Windows and Mac computers. I downloaded the free Kindle App for my Macbook and have been in heaven since.

Many of the books written by my favorite authors are available online through Amazonat a reduced price compared to the paper version of the book – some substantially so. In addition, Amazon offers many free books for Kindle – including a Top 100 of Free Kindle eBooks. New free books for Kindle are added to Amazon every week. Additionally, many books that are not free can be borrowed at no cost with an Amazon Prime Membership. Last week I added several free ebooks to my Kindle Library including Dark Seekerby Taryn Browning, Her Dear and Loving Husband by Meredith Allard, Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She’s Deadand by Christiana Miller. Currently I’m reading by A Perfect Bloodby Kim Harrison on my Kindle App for Mac. Next I plan to read the Fifty Shades Trilogyby E L James. Also, be sure to check out Amazon’s list of 100 Kindle Books for $3.99 or Less!

Are you an avid reader? If so I’d love to hear what’s on your bookshelf – or in your Kindle library!