Alicia Grosso, noted author, teacher and expert soapmaker will be at Otion for a book signing in August. If you hurry, you can even sign up for her class and learn from one of the best in the industry.
Alicia’s book, The Everything Soap Book, is considered by some to be the most comprehensive cold process soap on the market today.
Here is a customer quote about her book:
I found Alicia’s book whilst perusing a Borders! It was by far the BEST book on the shelf. Loaded with really great info what would take you months of tearing through the [soapdish forum] archives to benefit from. It wasn’t expensive either. I bought it to share with my SIL who wants to learn soapmaking. There were other books that were WAY more expensive and didn’t come close to covering the ground she did.
Having seen Alicia in action at the Arizona Soap Conference, it was clear that she really knew her soapmaking stuff.
Come and spend the afternoon learning from Alicia, visit Otion (and smell all of the Bramble Berry fragrances), buy your supplies and then take in a wonderful easy evening in beautiful Bellingham.
Hi NcJeanne –
Thanks for your note.
If you make liquid soap from scratch utilizing the Catherine Failor method, the soap should easily be a lovely liquid.
Is she making liquid soap another way perhaps?
My daughter wants to make her own liquid soap to use on her baby. Is there a way to make the soap stay liquid without adding alcohol? Thanks