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In this Complete Package Course you will learn to make cold process, hot process and liquid soap. As well as hair care, masks, scrubs, bath indulgences, lotions, balms and much more.

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Complete Package Course

This is our featured Course – It includes a Certificate of Completion

This Course includes the Cold Process Soap Making Course, Hot Process Soap Making Course, Liquid Soap Making Course, Lotions, Butters and Balms Course, Bath Indulgences and Candles Course, Haircare, Masks, Scrubs and Beyond Course and much more such as Cream Soap Making and Glycerin Soap Making

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.

This course has over 70 videos (almost 12 hours) to help you with every step.

There is so much conflicting information on-line with regards to Soap Making, Skin Care and Self Care Product creation.

It can be quite stressful when you are starting out.

It’s hard to know where to turn for real information.

Soap Making School has the solution.

Save time and money by creating real proven recipes and using easy to follow step by step techniques shown through video.

Each of the videos come with a recipe and information you will need to make the products. You can customize all of the products in these videos and make them your own. At Soap Making School we focus on Palm Oil Free and avoid artificial ingredients such as synthetic fragrance oils. You can find this information in our Blog 

What you’ll learn

  • Cold Process Soap Making
  • Hot Process Soap Making
  • Natural Liquid Soap Making
  • Cream Soap Making
  • Hair Care Products
  • Masks, Scrubs and cleansers
  • Bath Indulgences
  • Lotions, Balms and more

Who this course is for

  • Beginners and Experienced Soap Makers
  • Anyone who wants to learn from a professional who has been in the business for 24 years and makes a living at making soap and teaching
  • Creators who want to make Natural Soap and skin care products without chemical Fragrance and Colors
  • Palm Oil Free enthusiasts
  • Crafters who want to look after both their health and the environment by making and using soap and skincare products that will not harm themselves or the earth.

Here are just a few things you’ll learn

Hot Process Beer or Wine Soap

This Wine or Beer Soap is slightly easier to make than the Cold Process method
since you don’t need to worry about the soap seizing once the alcohol is added.
This makes a great base for Beer Shampoo Bars and Antioxidant Soap Bars.

Melt and Pour from glycerin soap base

Once you have allowed the melt and pour base to sit
and dry for awhile, You can make very creative soaps with the base.

Make Cream Soap for beautiful skin care

Cream soap can be really fussy to make. You need to balance the Sodium Hydroxide and
Potassium Hydroxide with the oil and water
to give you the right consistency.
This is a quicker and easier way to make cream soap.

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!

read more about rene here

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When does the course start and finish?

    The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course – you decide when you start and when you finish.

  • How long do I have access to the course?

    How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like – across any and all devices you own.

  • What if I have questions during the course?

    On every page of the course there is a conversation area where you can ask questions and chat with other students.
    If you’re not comfortable doing that you can send an email to and I’ll answer your questions through email.

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Behentrimonium Methosulfate (usually mixed with Cetearyl Alcohol). This is the mildest

Castor Oil

Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil Liquid Soap

Essential Oil

Glycerin (Vegetable)

Grape Seed Oil

Hemp Seed Oil

 Avocado Oil
 Bamboo Charcoal (for exfoliant) or any type of exfoliant.
 Bees Wax

Myrrh Powder

polysorbate 80

potato starch or corn starch

Rose Hip Oil


Sea Kelp (powdered)

Sweet Almond Oil Liquid Soap

12”x 12” piece of unbleached, raw silk

Agave syrup

Almond Oil or any special oil you like (evening primrose oil, hemp seed oil, kukui nut oil, shea butter, etc)

 Jojoba oil
 sodium hydroxide

Aloe Vera Extract (or gel)
Aloe Vera Gel
armenian clay, hemp protein or any type of kaolin clay
arrowroot powder or marshmallow root powder
Assorted Baking Candies
bees wax
bees wax or soy wax
Bentonite Clay
black cocoa powder or regular cocoa powder
Bolivian Rose Mountain Salt or other mineral salt
Borax (optional)
Brown Sugar
BTMS (behentrimonium methosulfate)
Calendula Extract
candle wax dye
carnauba wax
cetyl Alcohol (vegetable source)
Chamomile Essential Oil
Chamomile Hydrosol
charcoal, rice powder or any type of skin beneficial powder.
Citric Acid
Clay ( I used Pink Kaolin Clay)
clay, powdered kelp, marshmallow root, powdered vegetables, Bamboo
cocoa butter
cocoa butter or other butter (shea, mango, etc)
Cocoa Powder
Coconut Liquid Soap (this gives you the best lather, but you can experiment)
Coconut Oil
Coconut Oil Liquid Soap
Corn Starch
cream soap
crushed lime leaves
dark chocolate
De natured Alcohol (Ethanol)
Dead Sea Mud
Dead Sea Salt (or regular sea salt)
distilled or purified water
distilled water (or rose water, orange water, etc)
Dried Chamomile
dried Goji Berries (crushed in a coffee grinder)
Dried Lavender
Dried Peppermint
Dried Rose Petals
Emulsifying Wax (please make sure it's a vegetable source)
Epsom Salt
Essential Oil
Evening Primrose Oil
Evening Primrose oil or any special oil you like (almond oil, hemp seed oil, kukui nut oil, shea butter, etc)
Glycerin (vegetable)
Grapeseed Oil
Green Tea
ground Coffee
Guar Gum
Hawaiian Alaea Sea Salt or other mineral salt
hemp oil or other liquid oil (rosehip, evening primrose, jojoba)
Hemp Seed Oil
Hemp Seed Oil Liquid Soap
herbal extract
hydrosol or floral water
India Tree Vegetable Colorant
Indigo powder or ultramarine blue
jojoba (or any special oil you like... hemp, sweet almond etc)
jojoba, hemp or sweet almond oil
Kaolin Clay
Kelp, Spirulina, Powdered Marshmallow Root, Sandalwood, Powdered Rosehips, or whatever type of skin safe herb you want
Kukui Nut Oil
liquid soap (coconut, olive oil, soy, almond oil, or hemp)
Lot's of ice!!
macadamia nut oil or another light oil such as jojoba or grapeseed
Mango Butter
Marshmallow Root (powdered)
Marshmallow Root Extract
Menthol Crystal
Myrobalan powder or turmeric powder
natural Gold Mica or herbs like lavender buds
Natural Gold Mica or turmeric
Natural Liquid Soap (I use Coconut Oil Soap, use whatever you like)
natural vitamin E
Olive Oil
Olive Oil Liquid Soap
organic goat's milk or any vegan milk (coconut, hemp, soy)
Organic Grapefruit Seed Extract
Orris Root Powder
Panthenol (pro vitamin B5)
Pink Clay (I used kayolin, you don't have to use pink clay)
Polysorbate 80
potassium hydroxide
powdered buttermilk, soy milk or coconut milk
Powdered Milk (you can use cow’s, goat’s milk or soy milk)
Preservative (I use Leucidal)
quaternary conditioner I have found. It is made from a natural source which is Rapeseed oil)
Quebracho powder or cocoa powder
Red Rose Extract
Rice Bran Oil
Rice Powder
Rooibos Tea
Rose Water
Rosehip Oil (or any other hair benefiting oil)
Sandalwood Powder
Sea Salt
Shea Butter
soap scraps
Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)
Sodium Hydroxide
Soy Bean Oil
Soy Milk Powder
Soy Oil
Soy Protein Powder or Soy Milk Powder
Soy Wax
special oil (Hemp Seed, Avocado, Jojoba etc)
Stearic Acid (vegetable)
Sweet Almond Oil
sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, or any other good skin care oil.
Vanilla essential oil or booste vanilla extract (or any essential oil you like)
Vegetable Glycerin
Vegetable Stearic Acid
Virgin Coconut Oil
Vitamin E
White or Pink Kaolin Clay
white vinegar
whole milk or soy milk powder
wine or beer
Witch Hazel in a spray bottle
Xanthan Gum

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