Theresa Rogers has done all the trial and error work for you, so there’s no need to stress over the details. Thanks to her new book, “Natural and Organic Soap Making Alchemy”, you too can take your beloved hobby up a notch, turning it into a full fledged small business.
When one of Rogers’ friends unexpectedly introduced her to organic soap making, she found herself instantly hooked. Diving into the hobby as a newbie, she became captivated by the chemistry side of it all, and learned all she could about the process. Six months and many mistakes later, Rogers is proud to be able to call herself a home soap making master. To her surprise, her family began using the soaps as well, resulting in a myriad of health benefits and improved wellbeing.
But for those looking for a way to earn some lucrative side income, Rogers is your girl. In fact, that’s the whole point of this book; rather than just a basic primer for the curious dabbler, it’s a thorough presentation written for the ambitious home soap maker that is ready to take their talent even further. If you’ve mastered your craft to the point where your product is flawless, then it’s time to think about turning that talent into cash.
And Rogers is so ready to help you achieve that goal. With chapters ranging from basic equipment and ingredients to solid business practices for the new entrepreneur, this book has everything you need and more. For those who like a little background on their hobbies of choice, there is a fascinating chapter devoted solely to the history of soap making. And if you’re serious, you’ll need to get acquainted with the lingo, too; Rogers includes a helpful glossary at the end that you can refer to again and again.
Rogers is a purist when it comes to soap making, and she passionately discusses the crucial difference between natural and organic, and why this is so important when you’re starting out. She also points out that the majority of “soaps” on the market are not really soaps at all, but are really just synthetic detergent products that often do us more harm than good. With all the different types of ways you can make soap, things can easily get overwhelming. But that’s why Rogers has included clear and colorful pictures that leave no room for ambiguity.
From hobbyist to business woman, Theresa Rogers is proof that hard work pays off. Now, she’s ready to give you her best-kept secrets so you can be the next big success story.