Do you want to learn how to make natural hand made soaps, lotions and creams, do you want to start your own natural skin care business the easy way? We can help you.
With our step by step practical and hands on courses, you will be well on your way to learning how to make cold and hot process soap, lotions and creams, lip balms and body butters, the easy way. We will teach you the secrets of the natural skin care industry during
What you get: You will take all the products you make home with you. You will also get our soap making DVD (soap, creams and lip balm) which you can refer to at your leisure. FREE Of Charge.
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Soap Making course contents
We will teach you how to make soap from scratch using cold and hot process methods.
Please note that this is a practical course and you will be making soap yourself. This is not a melt and pour soap course as we will be making the soap from Lye, water, oils/Fats, essential oils or Fragrance oil, Herbs, seeds and Nuts, clay etc.
You will learn how to make different types of soaps for different skins, you will also be learning how to create your recipes and how to accurately measure your lye and other ingredients.
You will learn about curing, layering, measuring, saponification, making herbal soap, colouring, rebatching,equipments needed, recipe creation, essential oils/fragrancing and many more tips
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Lotions and Creams course content
You will learn how to make lotions and creams
This is a very exciting course as you will learn the secrets of the cosmetic industry by making your own creams and lotions.
In the skin care course, we will teach you from scratch how to make your own lotions, moisturisers. You will learn about the different oils that can be used in body care products, you will also learn about different emulsifiers, thickners, stabilisers, active ingredients and more. You will be making your own products from scratch, and will take the products home with you.
You will learn about:
Emulsifiers, Thickners, Oils/fats, Product for Different Skin Types
equipments, Preservatives, Good Manufacturing Practice/Hygiene
Active ingredients, and more.
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Soap making courses is brought to you by Sheabynature natural skin care who have been successfully manufacturing a wide range of shea butter skin care products for people with sensitive skin for the past 3 years.
Our founder Chinwe Russell is a member of Society of cosmetics scientists(SCS) who is based in East Sussex
Sheabynature products are sold online, at fairs and exhibitions, farmers markets, and through selected independent shops throughout the UK
Soap making courses came about in response to the many people who have requested us to teach them how to make luxurious natural soaps using the best quality ingredients available.
Soap making, what is it?
As people become more and more conscious of what they use on their body, the natural skin care and natural soap making industry has grown. There are more and more hobbyist especially in the soap making sector. Handmade soap as a product and soap making as a craft has increased in the last few years. Handmade soaps come in so many different types and recipes that the possibilities are endless. For many people though, soap making is still something mysterious.
Traditionally, soap is made as the result of a reaction between fat and lye (sodium hydroxide), potash (potassium hydroxide), and soda ash (sodium carbonate), which are all alkalis leached from ashes from wood and plants. The chemical reaction that yields soap is known as saponification. Many cleaning agents that you find on the market today are not soap but are made from detergents. They are regularly used by big soap manufacturers as they are easier and less expensive to manufacturer.
Handmade soap is truly unique and beautiful. Rich in natural glycerine, it is much better for the skin and if made properly, should not be too drying on the skin. For the soapaholics, it is very addictive to make.
The most common method uses sodium hydroxide(NAOH) for hard soap and potassium hydroxide(KOH) for liquid soap and soft soap. We currently stock a range of beautifully made soaps rich in skin nourishing shea butter available from our website www.sheabynature.co.uk
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