Wednesday, 22 October 2014

A Cold Process Natural Soap Making Class with Organic Ingredients in Sydney

Soap Making is an ART. A craft that creates a passionate person and give that feeling of satisfaction! 

But, let me warn you- it is very addictive! Once you start, you can't get enough of it.

To learn this craft, you need patience,  and love mother nature for it's abundance supply of skin soothing and nourishing plants, from the leaves, to the flowers, the bark, the juice and even the roots. 

Here at Caress By Nature, we will teach you not just the normal cold process soap making, but you'll get to learn all the tips & techniques, secrets are revealed (nothing is hidden)! 

From exotic butters, super moisturizing oils, skin healing herbs, exfoliants, 'real food for the skin'!  

No palm oils to create a HARD BAR and LONG LASTING soap! 

Even Olive Oil Soaps (called CASTILE SOAPS), can be made as hard as a store bought soap.

In this Soap Making Cold Process Workshop, you will learn the following:

1. Basic Cold Process Soap Making.

2. Advance Soap Making using various colorants to design your natural soap.

3. How to use POWDER COLOURANTS like,
   a. Natural Colorants,
   b. Micas,
   c. Oxides,
   d. Ultramarines

4. How to use LIQUID SOAP Colorants in soap making.

5. How to incorporate CLAYS and use them as natural colorant.

6. You are NOT limited to plain water, learn about: Using HERBAL TEAS, Fresh Fruit Juices, Fresh Aloe Vera (inner Leaf) Juice, Fresh Goat Milk (and other types of milk), Floral Water.

7. How to add exfoliants in soap making like, coffee grounds, oats, poppy seeds

What are some exfoliants which can be used in CP?
Exfoliants are materials that remove dead skin cells when rubbed on the skin. Exfoliating materials are available is varying degrees of harshness, depending on your requirements. Some examples of exfoliants that are used in CP soap are:

Rolled Oats, Oatmeal, Oat Bran, Oat Flour, or Corn Meal
Apricot, Raspberry, Blueberry Crushed Seeds
Calendula, Lavender, Rose Flower Petals
Peppermint, Tea, Sea Kelp Crushed Leaves 
Jojoba Beads 

8. Learn to use a SOAP CALCULATOR for your own soap formulating.

9. Receive a whole comprehensive workshop booklet with complete guidance and instructions, additive guides in percentage (%) of a batch.

10. Learn which OILS (base/Carrier Oils) to use for its qualities, lather/bubbly, moisturizing/conditioning, hard bar, creamy and so on.

11. Uses of Essential Oils and/or blend them with fragrance oils to create a lovely accord.

12. Lastly, how to create a skin friendly soap NOT the usual Cold Process Soap with a high pH of 8.5 to 10.5 (Cold process soap is naturally alkaline. It is normal for soap to have a pH between 8 and 10.5. Industrial made soap has an average pH of 10.5, while the pH of quality handmade soap can be as low as 8.5.), the reason why more curing time is required, to make it even milder for the skin.

--- And you may consult with me anytime, just call me, send an sms or email me! I am always here to help!

To book for SOAP MAKING CLASS (Basic to Advance),
FEE:   $ 150.00
Venue:  24 Glen Abbey St., Rouse Hill, NSW, 2155
Time:  9:30am-3:00pm

Please call/inquire:  0413 927 960
Look for Lee


Make natural soaps like these, yourself!

See you guys!

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