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This is the main index to our carefully selected links, sorted by type and briefly described. The links collected on Natural Soapmaking (once Soap Naturally) about soapmaking information and specialised soap suppliers are a terrific resource for both beginner and expert soapmakers (soapers).
If you are in Australia or New Zealand and would like to learn how to make soap, creams, lotions, balms and skin care, this is where you can meet the best teachers!
Most ingredients for handmade soap and skin care can be sourced from supermarkets and retail shops. Our brief guide describes soap making ingredients and tools you can buy from your local supermarket, health food store and hardware shop.
This page is the main index to original recipes for soap, shampoo, creams, lotions and more, links to more recipe and reference resources on the Internet, Cat Turner's blending suggestions, a soapmaking/natural cosmetics bibliography, and our members reviews of some common soap making books.
If you are strictly interested in handmade soap, you can also refer to our separate soap recipe index, listing over 200 true-and-tried soap recipes!
Background information, ingredients, methods and recipes for natural skin care products are now available from the Natural Soapmaking (once Soap Naturally) Natural Skin Care Handbooks section.
What's DWCP? Who needs an MSDS? And what do we mean by ROFLOL?
Common soaping and e-mailing abbreviations, soapmaking jargon and technical terms are also covered in the Soap Naturally Book.
A directory of our member soapmakers' commercial or personal Websites.
Learn all about how soap was made in yesteryear times. Patrizia Garzena's true history of soap, links to soap making history sites, stories from listmembers and an early 1900's recipe.
This section is dedicated to success and "soap horror" stories, including case studies of common soaping problems, such as DOS.
Would you like to know how a "soap swap" works? Here's the information about past and present swap projects on Natural Soapmaking (once Soap Naturally).
Soapers who are interested in computing and Web site programming (soapie nerds?? ;-) will also find some technical information about the Natural Soapmaking (once Soap Naturally) Web site and related mailing list.
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