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Intermediate Soap Making

More in depth information about cold process soap making + drop swirl technique.

  • Starts Feb 4, 2024
  • 25 US dollars
  • Zoom

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Service Description

During this class we will be discussing: -How to formulate a simple recipe using a soap calculator -Fragrance safety, including how to use a fragrance calculator -Water Discounting -Super Fatting We will also be making more soap using the drop swirl technique. For this you will need all of the equipment from the first class and: -More oils* (if you're filling your Brambleberry mold, you will need 33 ounces of oils) -More lye* (these are sold in 1-2lb containers, you won't need much) -Distilled Water (there should be plenty left from the first class) -At least 2 colorants* -Fragrance oil (2-3oz)* -A plastic or stainless measuring cup for each color used (you can use the main one for one of them)* * I recommend purchasing the Lots of Lather pre-mixed oil kit from Brambleberry: *Lye I recommend getting from Essential Depot, Brambleberry, Wholesale Supplies Plus, or Nurture soap *For our purposes, I recommend using mica as a colorant to start. Things like clays have more of a learning curve. I recommend Nurture Soap, Mad Mica's, Brambleberry, or Wholesale Supplies Plus for mica. *Fragrance oils I recommend getting from Nurture Soap, Brambleberry, Essential Depot, or Wholesale Supplies Plus. Please note that anything with a vanilla content WILL discolor your soap to a brown, so be sure to check that when you pull up the listing. *Measuring cups. I usually get mine from The Dollar Tree. You want plastic code #5 for plastic. Or, you can use stainless steel.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

I ask that you please give at least 24 hours notice to cancel. However, I understand that life an throw last minute situations our way. Please call if something happens that day. Missed appointments will not be refunded.

Contact Details


98 Back River Rd, Merrimack, NH, USA

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