- By Shannon Buck, 2014 (softcover, 144 pages)
This book shows you, in gloriously illustrated detail, all that you need to know to make your own organic beauty products. Create delightful lotions and potions in your own kitchen using herbs and flowers. Discover conditioning carrier oils, sumptuous butters, and aromatic floral extracts, and essential oils that will nourish you head to toe.
- By Cynthia and Laura Holzapfel, 2004 (softcover, 127 pages)
Coconut Oil has been found to be one of the most healthful fats that people can eat, and it has powerful antibacterial and antiviral properties. Populations in southeast Asia and the Pacific islands who use coconut oil as the primary source of fat often have less heart disease than people of other regions.
- By Sandy Maine, 2000 (softcover, 203 pages)
Sandy Maine turned her love of soapmaking into a $1 million business. Now she shares her business-building philosophy so others can make their dreams a reality. This inspiring book offers profiles of successful entrepreneurs in many areas, including aromatherapy and herbal bodycare products, plus advice for marketing a product, employing others, selling at trade fairs and much more.
- By Julie Gabriel, 2010 (softcover, 243 pages)
After reading this book, you will be able to create your own creams, lotions, cleansers, toners, masks, hair treatments, sun protection, and baby care products. Discover which vegetable oils, herbs, floral waters, essential oils, plant-based emulsifiers, and natural preservatives to use, how to pack and label your own beauty products, and how to store them safely. This book contains more than 200 recipes and step-by-step techniques used by the author, holistic nutritionist Julie Gabriel to create her own organic skin care line.
- By Rosemary Gladstar, 2014 (softcover, 73 pages)
Best-selling author and respected herbalist Rosemary Gladstar shares over 30 recipes using herbs, essential oils, and other common ingredients to create gentle and effective treatments for your whole body, from head to toe.
- By Stephanie Tourles, 2007 (softcover, 378 pages)
Discover the joy and fun of crafting your own personalized body care products using herbs and other natural ingredients that nourish, pamper, cleanse, and protect the skin and all of this can be done without using irritating or harmful chemicals.
- By Anne-Marie Faiola, 2013 (hardcover, 240 pages)
The Soap Queen, Anne-Marie Faiola, shows you how to make perfect cold-process soap that is better than what you can buy at the store! Simple instructions and great photography walk you through every step of 31 exciting recipes, making it easy to master the techniques you need and produce the soaps you want.