3 Minutes Produce Cold Process Soap

Johor, Malaysia

Duration
3 hours
Capacity
2 - 8 travelers
Booking notice
2 days
Standard price
RM 149.00

★★★★★
Chuan Guan
I speak English, Mandarin

Master the tips and tricks in making your own handmade soap. Completely pure and free from all chemical additives, this soap making may be just what you need to clear all your skin-related problems.

In this workshop, you'll learn about different types of soap as well as the methods in producing your own cold process soap. Open your eyes to the benefits of using your own chemical-free handmade soap suited to treat your skin with the greatest care.


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Start of our workshop

Class flow

1. First, I will explain what is handmade soap through PowerPoint. How do you distinguish between factory soap and cold handmade soap?

2. Next, we will learn how to distinguish the different types of handmade soap. What is hot soap? Cold soap? Regeneration soap? Melting re-made soap?

3. Then, I will explain the theory of handmade soap, dating back from thousands of years ago when people used to create handmade soap.

4. I will also explain the benefits of handmade soap and how to stay away from bath products with harmful chemical additives?

5. I will inform you of the tools/equipments needed and the precautions when making your own soap.

6. This is followed by an explanation on the theory of vegetable oils, and how to draw the soap formula.

7. We will end with a light refreshment session.

By the end of this class, you'll find out that it doesn't really take an hour or two to make your own soap!

Travel notes

Workshop schedule is as below:

Wednesday: 8.30PM - 11.30PM
Saturday: 7.00AM - 10.00AM
Sunday: 12.30PM - 3.30PM

Where we will meet

Moo Hair Styling, Jalan Keris 1, Taman Sri Tebrau, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

How to get there

Standard price
RM 149.00 /Pax
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Price including
Food - pastries, biscuits, breads, snacks
Drinks - coffee,tea
Tools - measuring cups, thermometers, mixers, scales, gloves, soap molds
Raw materials - vegetable oil, sodium hydroxide, plant powder
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