This tutorial includes basic soap making lessons and recipes for those wanting to learn how to make soap.
Danille is the Owner and Founder of Sweet Scentsations, LLC, a company which hand makes natural bath, body and spa products that uplift the moods of women and men through aroma and relaxation.
Experience the enjoyment of your very own spa treatment in the comfort of your own home using hand-made NATURAL SPA products created by Sweet Scentsations, LLC. We are only an email or telephone call away to serve your most basic SPA needs. Our goal is to provide women and men with aroma’s to rejuvenate and relax the stress of the world away. Why not pamper yourself today with one or a combination of natural hand-made products to include, but not limited to: bath soaps, body butters, bath salts, sugar scrubs, lotions, soy candles, and more…
Danille offers her customers the benefit of more than 10 years of artistic talent across several genres’; which is showcased throughout her product line. She has been instrumental in creating natural bath and body products that are not only created with using skin loving ingredients but are visually pleasing.
Customers have come to appreciate Danille’s insight and understanding of their personal spa and gift-giving needs; which compliments her ability to customize product formula’s and personalized gifts.
Danille continues to research, test and add to her natural product line and services offered and bring these items to the customer through FREE in-home demonstrations.
Price example, 1 copy
Hardcover Premium, cover and inlay in full colour - 33£ (2nd book 16£)
Hardcover Basic, black/white inlay - 19£ (2nd book 10£)
Soft cover Premium, cover and inlay in full colour - 28£ (2nd book 14£)
Soft cover Basic, black/white inlay
- 10£Staple bound, cover and inlay in full colour - 23£ (2nd book 12£)
Spiral bound, cover and inlay in full colour - 27£ (2nd book 13£)
½ price off! If you order more than 1 copy of the same book, you will get ½ price off additional books in the same order! The discount is deducted when you increase the number of books. Note! Does not apply to BASIC.