Posted on Sunday 21 December 2008

Aromatherapy Soap Making by Elizabeth Wright….

Extensively revised and improved we are all glad to have this book back on our shelves.

It contains everything you need to know to make your own Aromatherapy soaps.

Easy to understand instructions are given for soap making using basic ingredients and utensils. “You can choose from over 20 recipes with a variety of different vegetable oils as a base. The addition of essential oils and other additives is well covered, enabling you to create your own personalised unique soaps, tailor made to suit your particular needs” Great for Gifts.

SPA by Judy Chapman…

This book would be a great gift for family or friends or even to treat yourself. It is full of recipes on “creating a spa ambience in your home” leading to inner calm and wellness.

‘Spa’ is a combination of therapy for the body, mind & spirit that includes every holistic treatment.

Making Scented Candles by Rosevita Warda…

Brilliant ideas on making your own personalised candles to decorate your home or to give as gifts for teenagers, adults and grandparents alike.

It provides information on everything from the wicks and dyes you will need, to cleaning the moulds and pouring the wax. Rosevita Warda has great ideas for designs and scents for each occasion.

Aromatherapy for Women by Shirley Price…

Is a fantastic book to give as a gift for someone who enjoys treating themselves.  Aromatherapy for women is great for all ages from puberty to the golden years.  Fully illustrated with beautiful and bright photos including ‘how to’ sequences for the key techniques.

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