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Newest Video on The Soap Grad Page :

added Feb 18, 2013

Cold Process Wine Soap Making

Soap Making School wine soap video. You can make both wine or beer soap using this method.

Wine is a wonderful source of natural antioxidants.  So why not add wine to your soap.  This is an especially challenging task since adding alcohol to your soap is going to solidify it almost immediately.  This is what we call soap seizing.  It’s frustrating and it can ruin a lot of great batches of soap.  I will show you step by step how to overcome this problem than many soap makers face.

This new video is now posted onto the Soap Making School Grad Page.

 

What Is The Soap Grad Page?

 

After Week 12, all members of Soap Making School are moved into Soap Grad Status.

 

This means:

* You will not be charged for Soap Making School classes

* You will have access to the Soap Grad Page

* You will continue to learn more in advanced soap making classes and cosmetic making classes.

 

What will you find on the Soap Grad Page?

* New soap making videos and cosmetic making videos and candle making videos that are added on a regular basis

*You can take your soap making, cosmetic making and candle making to a whole new level

* This page is a launch page for all 12 weeks of Soap Making School classes

 

Once you are a Soap Making School soap grad, you will have permanent access to the Soap Grad Page

 

Here Is What Has Been Happening On The Soap Grad Page:

 

video for making dry shampoo is available at Soap Making School

Dry Shampoo is a Great way to extend your hair style for a few extra days.

This formula can be used as face powder and body powder.  The pigment can
be adjusted to suit any hair color.

There are several options offered for the recipe and especially appeal to people
who have corn allergies.

 

 

non milled soap is a great alternative to french milled or triple milled soap since the consistency of the soap is the same as hot process soap making.

 

The non-milled soap method is a very easy way to use up your soap scraps.
This method uses the hot process soap making method. Once the soap is complete,

you would have a very difficult time telling the difference between
a regular hot process soap and the non milled soap.

Soap Making School Scrubbing Bubbles Natural Cleaner

 

 

 

 

Scrubbing Bubbles  is my favorite all purpose cleaner.  I use this for all of my
household cleaning and it gives me great results.
Experiment with the amount of liquid soap you add to find your ideal amount.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

organic hemp seed oil liquid soap at soap making school

 

Organic Hemp Seed Oil Liquid Soap Making is a bit fussier
to make than other liquid soaps.  It takes longer to saponify.

The paste is similar to olive oil liquid soap.

The best thing about making this soap is that the soap

keeps the scent of the hemp seed.

This one is great in shampoos, body washes, face washes and hand soap.

 

 

 

 

sweet almond oil liquid soap at soap making school

Sweet Almond Oil Liquid Soap Making is a wonderful soap to make.
Almond oil is known for it’s soothing qualities.  This liquid soap is great
either alone or blended with other liquid soaps to add soothing qualities to your products.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

sensitive and tired face mask from Soap Making school

 

Sensitive and Tired Skin Face Mask is a very gentle face mask that features
White Kaolin Clay, Chamomile Hydrosol, Rice Powder,Marshmallow Root Powder, and Sea Kelp.
All very healing ingredients.  They work together to wake your tired skin up.

 

 

 

 

 

 

oily and acne prone face mask at soap making school

 

Oily and Acne Prone Skin Face Mask works very well at cleansing the skin
but does not strip the skin of moisture like so many oil control masks do.

This Facial Mask features Bentonite Clay, Rosewater, Soy Milk, Sandalwood Powder and Myrrh Powder.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

chocolate moisturizing face mask at soap making school

 

Chocolate Moisturizing Face Mask is rich and moisturizing, Full of antioxidants.
Smells wonderful and leaves
your skin feeling soft.
Featuring dark chocolate, Shea Butter, Soy Protein and Clay.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

making herbal extracts at soap making school

Making Herbal Extracts opens up a lot of opportunities
when it comes to adding the benefits of herbs to your skin without the
harmful addition of Propylene glycol or other chemicals.

You can make any type of herbal extract you want.
You don’t have to purchase them.  This way you know what is in them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

making herb oil at soap making school

Making herb oils is a great alternative to buying
expensive herb oils from a supplier.

You are limited to what the supplier carries and you may not like the oil they chose
to carry the infused herb.  By making your own, the sky is the limit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

make natural shampoo at soap making school

Natural Hair Shampoo is a great alternative to the harsh chemical shampoos on the market.
It cleans without harsh detergents and can be scented with essential oils or
left fragrance free.

Feel free to blend whichever liquid soaps you would like, as long as you follow the guidelines in the recipe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

making transparent glycerin soap at soap making school

 

Transparent Glycerin Soap is a great alternative to expensive melt and pour soap.

You control what goes in there and you don’t have to worry about all
of the chemicals you find in most melt and pour soap.

Transparent soap can be very fussy to make, that is why most
soap makers don’t bother making it, they just buy the melt and pour available from suppliers.
You don’t need to do that anymore.

 

 

 

 

using your melt and pour soap base at soap making school

 

Using your Melt and Pour Soap Base after it has cured is easy.  Once you cure your new glycerin soap for about a month,
you are ready to use it as a melt and pour base.  During the month that you let the soap rest,
most of the alcohol will evaporate and you are left with a nice melt and pour base.

This video will show you how to melt and pour your new soap creations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Soap Making School Normal to Oily Skin Cleanser

Oily to Normal Skin Cleanser leaves your face feeling clean but not tight and dry.

This can be used daily to remove make up and grime.

It’s gentle yet effective without the harsh chemicals found in the commercial skin cleansers.

Experiment with the oils, herbal extracts and liquid soaps to find your ideal cleanser.

 

 

 

Chamomile Hand Soap gives you a thicker texture than just the diluted soap.
It works better in a dispenser than diluted soap, and gives you more slip because of the
Xanthan Gum gel.
Have fun exploring scents and extracts. You can also add a little mica for color
if you want. This should be added at the same time you add your soap to the
gel.

 

 

natural cream soap making at soap making school is faster, easier and more economical than the traditional cream soap making method.

Cream soap can be really fussy to make. You need to balance the Sodium
Hydroxide and Potassium Hydroxide with the oil and the water to give you the
right consitency.
This is a quicker and easier way to make cream soap. Plus you get to use those
soap scraps that keep piling up.
I hope you experiment with this soap and try different herbal infusions instead
of water.

 

 

These recipes and videos are just the beginning, there will be new soap making videos, cosmetic making videos and candle making videos added continually.

Soap Making School is the easiest way to learn soap making and cosmetic making.  The soap making classes are all presented to you through on line videos.  You learn at your own pace and you can stop the classes any time you like.

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