Damaritz has been encouraging her family, friends, acquaintances, co workers and every person she meets to try and make their own soap simply because she does and has been enjoying such wonderful results. Because of her enthusiasm, some have tried and made their own soap at home and are also taking pleasure in their new hobby. she wrote this book to reach the masses and encourage them also to try this wonderful hobby. Her favorite part in this hobby and a business is where most the attention is importantly placed on the musical scale system, essential oils have a top, middle and base note. Top notes scents provide that first flush of scent. Middle notes take longer to notice and provide body to a scent blend. Base notes are rich, heavy scents and long lasting. They are slow to evaporate and act as a fixative in a blend. To make a well balanced blend, it's a good idea to try to pick oils from each category. During Damaritz existing period of research, she came upon essential information which she has included in this book for persons who are really thinking about starting making soap. Today more than ever people are becoming less tolerant of skin care products that contain harmful chemicals and are moving toward more organic and natural products. Making your own soap at home is an easy way to know exactly what goes into your products, and including ingredients such as ginger root and goat's milk can be highly beneficial. Some people believe that ginger's fresh fragrance actually improves thinking. Ginger is known for its ability to improve circulation in the body. The fatty cream in the goat's milk acts as a natural moisturizer, keeping the skin smooth. Goat's milk is also rich in vitamins, especially vitamins A and D. When used in soap, these vitamins help feed the skin and are absorbed into the body. The proteins in goat's milk have even been found to have antibacterial properties that help reduce the spread of acne. So, soap made from goat's milk is perfect for teens!