Cold Process Soap Making
ABOUT THE TEACHER:
I'm Amber of Am Happy Soap! I have been making cold process soap since 2015 and have a passion for making soap. Soap is such a practical item that (almost) everyone uses daily. What a joy to be able to create something from scratch that is a perfect gift and personally so useful.
Soap making can be scary! This process involves chemicals that need special handling. (The chemical nature was originally what held me back from soap making years ago). I was overjoyed when I had the chance to watch someone make soap in real life! This will hopefully give you the confidence and push to be able to do this yourself as well.
I have made thousands of batches of soap! Find me on Instagram! I have a love of happy, bright colors, and smells.
ABOUT THE CLASS:
There is nothing better than a bar of handmade soap. It's so fun to make your own, and I'd love to teach you how!
This class will be a BASIC cold process soap class. This class is for beginners who have just started soap making or have never made soap before.
I will teach you how to make a recipe that will make 9 bars of soap. This basic recipe will be a great recipe to master before jumping into all sorts of different types of cold process soap. I can also help you troubleshoot any problems that arise.
This live class will take about an hour. The rest will be done the next day on your own (you will be able to cut your soap after 24 hours) ;)
MATERIALS STUDENTS WILL USE IN CLASS:
Enrolled learners will gain access to a digital download for this class.
Digital kitchen scale
Stick blender (or immersion blender)
Plastic pitcher for measuring lye
Assortment of mid-size bowls
2 Plastic or disposable spoons
Soap mold for a two-pound batch of soap
(Please wear long sleeves and work in a well-ventilated area without kids/pets around)
Sweet almond oil
Soap safe fragrance oil, or essential oil
STUDENTS WILL TAKE HOME:
You will create a 2 pound batch of soap. I usually get 9 bars of this much soap, but you are welcome to cut your bars bigger or smaller! Soap needs to be in a mold for 24 hours before you cut. You will cut your soap the next day on your own. Soap also cures for 6 weeks, so you will leave your soap on a shelf to "dry" until it is ready to use.
Enrolled learners will receive the Zoom link playback via their student profile inbox within 24 hours of this live-online class.
Minimum age requirement: 18 or older (soap making can be dangerous) ;)
You can be a beginner soap maker, or this may be your first time!
Wednesday February 10th, 2021
5:45 PM - 7:45 PM CT
Sunday March 14th, 2021
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM CT
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