This class is all about those wonderful products you can put into your bath. Bath bombs can be a real challenge, but i will show you how to make perfect natural bath bombs using clays and beautiful ingredients without chemicals and artificial fragrance oils that cause skin irritations.
Bath salts are a wonderful way to soak the toxins out of your skin. We will be adding a few other natural ingredients to boost its benefits. You will be creating an addictive way to end your busy day.
If you get stuck, need more information or want to post a question or comment, you’ll find a students only conversation on the bottom of every page in the course. I’ll personally answer your questions.
Bath oils are used to restore your skin’s elasticity and protect your skin from moisture loss. You will be creating an oil that blends into your bath water and won’t float on top.
You can customize the Bath Buzz that you will be making to suit your preference.
You will be creating a wonderful bath tea that you can prepare in the morning and use at night.
A bath indulgence class wouldn’t be complete without a natural soy candle scented with pure aromatherapy essential oils instead of harmful chemical fragrance oils. These candles do not contain petroleum ingredients which are harmful for you.
What you'll learn
Who this course is for
Here are just a few things you'll learn
Create Vanilla Bath Melties
Vanilla Bath Melties are full of butters and salts. This unique bath goodie has lots of fizz too.
Make 3 Healing Bath Teas
Lavender Mint Bath Tea is a classic blend. Green Tea and Roses Bath Tea is a wonderful scented blend that has many healing properties. Chamomile and Ylang Ylang Bath Tea is very romantic and soothing.
Lemon Verbena Candles
These are true Aromatherapy candles. We will be using pure essential oil. It's pretty rare to find essential oil candles. Most of the candles on the market are filled with harmful fragrance oils.
Meet The Teacher
I’m Rene Whitlock.
I’m the founder of Soap Making School.
We are going on to our 12th year on line and the program has grown faster than I dreamed.
Soap Making is my passion. since I began in 1997.
I’ve been teaching for a good chunk of that time, starting with friends and other Soap Makers.
I’ve been teaching larger groups for over 23 years. It’s been a blast and it has inspired me to make videos showing what I teach in my live classes. My curious nature has allowed me to push myself into experimenting with many soap making methods that I’ve not seen before.
I like to look for a more logical simplified method for making soap. If I can’t find one then I will invent one. If it works out, it becomes the new method that I use and over time it becomes the norm.
I spent a big chunk of my time during my learning process asking the question why. Why would someone want to complicate something that can be simple? We support Palm oil free soap making and sponsor orphaned Orangutans through Orangutan Foundation International
Hope to see you in the class!
Frequently Asked Questions
|distilled or purified water|
|preservative ( I prefer Leucidal)|
|Kukui Nut Oil|
|Kelp, Spirulina, Powdered Marshmallow Root, Sandalwood, Powdered Rosehips, or whatever type of skin safe herb you want|
|powdered buttermilk, soy milk or coconut milk|
|Dead Sea Salt|
|India Tree Vegetable Colorant www.indiatree.com|
|Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)|
|Vanilla Essential Oil (or boosted extract)|
|natural Gold Mica or herbs like lavender buds|
|bees wax or soy wax|
|Orris Root (powdered)|
|Powdered Milk (you can use cow’s, goat’s milk or soy milk)|
|Dried Rose Petals|
|Bolivian Rose Mountain Salt or other mineral salt|
|Hawaiian Alaea Sea Salt or other mineral salt|
|Marshmallow Root (powdered)|
|Witch Hazel in a spray bottle|
|Assorted Baking Candies|
|candle wax dye|