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Tomorrow, you’ll see the latest edition of the Saponifier awaiting you. And, Considering that many of us in the US are sweltering in the heat, sitting down with a cold drink and the Saponifier might just be what the doctor ordered. If you’re not in the US or sweltering, you still need that drink and a good read!
Have you seen designs embedded in melt and pour soap and wondered how it was done? Marla Bosworth, in her article, Soluble Paper in Melt and Pour Soaps: What Designs Will YOU Put in Soap? explains it all. Once you start thinking of the possibilities, you’ll want to start right away!
Speaking of soap, using colorants in soap is a topic that frequently mystifies soapers. Fortunately for us, however, Amanda Price lays it all out out in, The Color Wheel: A Simple Guide to Colorants. You’ll want to read and refer to this one often.
Did you miss the 2012 HSMG conference? Read all about it in Beth Byrne’s, 2012 HSMG Conference in Review, as related to her by three attendees who share their perspectives of their experience. It’s almost as good as being there!
In addition, Cindy Noble imparts some serious information on nutrients in our skin care products. You’ll want to pay close attention to this one to help you formulate and refine your product line.
Denise Marks on writing. She’ll inspire you with confidence!
Erica Pence on the Dead Sea and in a separate article, mottled candles
Tamara Dourney on apps for smart phones that will make you smarter and more efficient.
Elizabeth Sockol on seaweed as an herb with varied uses for soapers and bath and body artisans. Yes, an underwater herb full of goodies for you!
Until next time, may your days be filled with bubbles and wax.