Making your own bars of soap using the hot or cold process method can be challenging, fun and rewarding.
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This e-Learning course will teach you the following topics:
Making soap using the cold, hot, slow cooker and no cook methods
Key oils and butters used in soap
Fatty acid characteristics and how they can impact your soaps
Testing the pH of your soap
Storing, curing and cutting your soap
Using essential and fragrance oils and blending
Superfatting your soap
Colouring and colouring techniques
Adding botanicals to your soap
Using fresh and dried fruit in your soap
Substituting the lye water for other liquids
Wrapping and packaging your soap
Rebatching your soap
This course is presented to you in beautifully formatted, fully illustrated PDF files with embedded videos* and includes a Lye Safety Pack (also a PDF).
Our courses promote the use of natural ingredients where possible, however where there is a synthetic ingredient that we feel gives a more professional finish to a product we will include those too.
Whilst we don't specifically focus on organic ingredients should you wish to substitute an ingredient - for example coconut oil for its organic version, you are completely at liberty to do so.
Our courses teach you to formulate from scratch so swapping ingredients for organic versions where you choose is very easy.
Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this course
Email support is offered whilst you learn and your files are available to you online for twelve months from date of purchase.
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Please see our Discounts page for course discount information. All discount codes must be given at the time of booking and are only available for online bookings.
*The videos are supplied courtesy of Videojug with whom we spent a few days recording. On occasions they remove videos from their site and therefore all links from YouTube and other sites will not work. We apologise if the video you wish to watch is not available but this is out of our control since Videojug own the videos.