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Learn to make cold process handmade soap and breastmilk soap in lovely 2-layer design from a certified soap maker and trainer.

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Course Title:

How to Make Your Own Handmade Soap (Cold Process Method)

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Learn all the basics of how to make a cold process handmade soap from a certified soap maker and trainer.

Language:

English

What You Will Learn:

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Stephanie L.

“I spent time and money on two workshops before this and it never worked… until I attended Esther’s course. Definitely worth it.”

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In this course, you’ll learn how to make your own handmade soap using the cold process method. Cold process soapmaking is ideal for beginners because of its simplicity and ability to retain nutrients.

The result is a natural handmade soap free from chemicals that is suitable for sensitive skin.

This course includes three recipes (inclusive of the breastmilk bonus lesson) where you’ll learn how to make a basic handmade soap, and a beautiful 2-layer design, with use of herbs and essential oils for scent.

You’ll also be taught how to make the soap using handwhisk or a stick blender, with or without palm oil, so you can choose your preference.

As a BONUS, the trainer has included a session on how to make your own handmade breastmilk soap (can be replaced with any milk such as almond milk, goat milk etc).

Breastmilk soap is suitable for sensitive skin and contains precious natural nutrients that are good for the skin, leaving it soft to the touch.

Breastmilk soaps are perfect for new mums who want to hug their babies close with a soft touch, while feeling secure that the soap leaves no harmful traces of chemicals.

These soaps are suitable for use by mothers and children aged above 5 years.  They are NOT recommended to be used on babies as they are not tear-free.

The methods of soapmaking taught in this class are delivered by a highly experienced soap maker and trainer, who has spent years on her own research and development on soapmaking techniques.

The techniques have been simplified and taught in step by step lessons that are ideal for complete beginners. All you’ll need to do is follow the videos, and have fun!

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Course Curriculum:

12 lessons . 1hr 3m total length

An introduction to your trainer and what you'll learn in this value-packed soapmaking class.
In this lesson, you'll find out what equipment you need for cold process soapmaking. Hint: Most of these items can be found in your own kitchen.
Let's start! Learn your first basic handmade soap recipe with herbs using the handwhisk method.
Learn how to make a lovely 2-layer design on your handmade soap using a stick blender. Choose to make it with or without palm oil.
This is a must watch video to get a solid understanding on the ingredients and techniques used in this soapmaking process.
Your soap is almost complete! Here are the last steps you will need to do before your soap is safe for use: Shaping, Curing and PH Testing
Here's how you can add interesting elements of design onto your handmade soap with stamping. And how you can get that super polished look like a pro.
Find out how to make breastmilk soap using cold process so you can preserve all the precious, natural nutrients inside your soap.
Soap didn't turn out perfect? Here are the common mistakes that beginners make and how you can easily avoid them like a pro.
Don't waste good soap. Here are practical tips on how you can make your ugly soap beautiful again in a few minutes.
Instead of throwing away your used milk cartons, here's how you can turn them into your own recycled soap molds.
Need some answers to your soapmaking questions? Send them via a message to your trainer and she'll get back to you on it.

Your Trainer:

Esther Cheng, Certified Soap Maker & Trainer, Founder of Artiz Soap

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Esther is a mother of two beautiful children, a wife and a highly sought after soap master trainer around the world.

She first started learning soapmaking because of her sensitive skin problem. But she fell in love with the art, and developed a passion in handmade soaps that would eventually change her career path.

Todate, she has completed and received numerous professional soapmaking certifications from all over the world.

Esther then started to spend time on researching, developing and innovating on making handmade soaps. In time, she developed her own soapmaking courses.

Her course was so popular that she would receive students not just from within Malaysia, but from other parts the world, ranging from hobbyists to advanced soap trainers and business owners.

She has also been invited to hold soapmaking classes in various countries such as USA, UK, Dubai, Taiwan, India, Indonesia and Thailand.

Today she continues to passionately bring new surprises in soapmaking designs and techniques to her students.

Reviews:

“I love your course. It’s easy to follow and it works. I’m proud to say my first batch of handmade soaps came out really well.”

5/5

Michelle C.

“Esther’s course is different because she takes time to explain why some things work and some don’t. She is generous with sharing her knowledge, and very experienced in soapmaking. I learned a lot.”

5/5

Elaine K.

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Introduction
1:45

Discover what you can expect to learn in this value-packed soapmaking course.

2
Soapmaking Tools
0:52

What are the equipment you will need for cold process soapmaking, and important details you should look out for.

3
Cold process handmade soap Recipe 1
11:58

Let's start! Learn your first basic handmade soap recipe with herbs using the handwhisk method.

4
Cold process handmade soap Recipe 2 (Layer Design)
9:27

Learn how to make a lovely 2-layer design on your handmade soap using a stick blender. Choose to make it with or without palm oil.

5
Explainer Video: Understand the soapmaking process (IMPORTANT!)
15:21

This is a must watch video to get a solid understanding on the ingredients and techniques used in this soapmaking process.

6
Soap shaping, curing & PH testing
2:46

Your soap is almost complete! Here are the last steps you will need to do before your soap is safe for use: Shaping, Curing and PH Testing

7
Soap cutting & stamping
3:06

Here's how you can add interesting elements of design onto your handmade soap with stamping. And how you can get that super polished look like a pro.

8
BONUS 1: How to make Breastmilk Soap
9:40

Find out how to make breastmilk soap using cold process so you can preserve all the precious, natural nutrients inside your soap.

9
Common soapmaking mistakes and how to avoid them
1:17

Soap didn't turn out perfect? Here are the common mistakes that beginners make and how you can easily avoid them like a pro.

10
How to make your ugly soap beautiful again
2:35

Don't waste good soap. Here are practical tips on how you can make your ugly soap beautiful again in a few minutes.

11
BONUS 2: How to make recycled soap mold
3:24

Instead of throwing away your used milk cartons, here's how you can turn them into your own recycled soap molds.

12
Questions for the trainer
1:00

Need some answers to your soapmaking questions? Send them via a message to your trainer and she'll get back to you on it.

Yes, if you require guidance or clarity on any of the topics taught in this online class, you may send in your questions to the trainer's contact which we have provided. Please take note that the trainer's contact is not for customer service related queries or complaints. For help on customer service related matters, kindly send your queries to our customer service representative listed on our Contact page.
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