Hot Process Soap Making Course opens the door to even more creativity. It allows you more options when it comes to essential oils and natural colours since you will be speeding up the chemical reaction that is essential to making natural soap.
In this Hot Process Soap Making Course you’ll learn how to use other ingredients like teas, wine and beer in your soap, as well as learn how to make a conditioning shampoo bar!
You can make a recycled soap mold to hold your fresh 2 pound batch of soap. Full instructions and a video are included.
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.
You will also learn to make a soap recipe that you can call your own.
Once you decide how you’d like your soap to benefit your skin (moisturizing, exfoliating, acne prevention, etc), you can customize a blend that works for you.
What you'll learn
Who this course is for
Here are just a few things you'll learn
Hot Process Chocolate Silk Soap
This hot process soap contains silk fibers it adds a luxurious ingredient to our soap.
Chunk or Confetti Hot Process Soap
Chunk Soap is a very handy way to use up your scraps of soap from another batch. The look can be very attractive. The scent can be a really nice combination too.
Organic Rooibos Tea Soap
This is one of my very favorite soaps. Rooibos tea is loaded with vitamin C and it makes a wonderful colored soap too.
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
Almond Oil or any special oil you like (evening primrose oil, hemp seed oil, kukui nut oil, shea butter, etc)
BTMS (behentrimonium methosulfate)
crushed lime leaves
distilled or purified water
Evening Primrose oil or any special oil you like (almond oil, hemp seed oil, kukui nut oil, shea butter, etc)
hydrosol or floral water
jojoba (or any special oil you like... hemp, sweet almond etc)
macadamia nut oil or another light oil such as jojoba or grapeseed
Panthenol (vit B5)
soy bean oil
Vanilla essential oil or boosted vanilla extract (or any essential oil you like)
wine or beer
|12”x 12” piece of unbleached, raw silk|