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Diploma in Basic Cold process Soap Making

Course Outline

  • What is Soap?
  • Equipment and Tools in Soapmaking
  • Digital Scale
  • Mixing Utensils
  • Stick Blender
  • Molds
  • Containers for Weighing out Oils and Mixing Soap
  • Ingredients
  • Oils and Butters :Soapmaking Oil Chart
  • Sodium Hydroxide
  • Scenting Your Soap:
  • Fragrance Oils: Considerations when working with fragrance oils.
  • Essential Oils
  • Coloring Your Soap: A Rainbow of Choices
  • Mineral Pigments (Oxides and Ultramarines)
  • Synthetic Dyes
  • Mica
  • Natural Colorants
  • Water in Soapmaking
  • Lye Safety
  • Using a Scale
  • Basic Soap Recipe
  • The Basic Process
  • A Visual Guide to Trace
  • Curing and Storing Your Soap
  • Advanced Topics in Soapmaking to Gel or Not to Gel
  • Temperatures in Soapmaking: How does heat affect your soap?
  • Water in Soapmaking
  • Online Lye Calculators
  • Superfatting and Lye Discounting
  • Terms to Know

List of materials needed for practical class(All materials purchased by the student for use is durimg this practical class is  taken home by the student  including the products made)

-Oils and butters

  • 1 kg Sheabutter N1500
  • 1 litre Hot pressed coconut oil N4000
  • 1 litre Palm kernel oil N1000
  • 1 litre Olive oil N6000
  • 200 ml Almond oil N1500
  • 2 essential oils(lavender and sweet orange)N8000
  • 2 fragrance oil N4000
  • 1 Bottle of distilled water N500
  • 1 herbs and 1 mica colourant N3000

-Immersion blender N6000

-Hand gloves N500

-Apron and cap N600

– 2 spatula N3000

– 2 Silicone soap molds N5000

– Measuring Scale N 5000

OTHERS: Calculator, plastic bowls, stainless bowls, plastic cups N2000

THIS COURSE IS ONLY AVAILABLE IN PHYSICAL CLASS FOR NOW, ONLINE VIDEO SECTIONS WOULD BE MADE AVAILABLE LATER

Course Curriculum

What Is Soap?
Equipment and Tools in Soapmaking
Digital Scale
Mixing Utensils
Stick Blender
Molds
Containers for Weighing out Oils and Mixing Soap
Ingredients
Oils and Butters :Soapmaking Oil Chart
Sodium Hydroxide
Scenting Your Soap
Fragrance Oils: Considerations when working with fragrance oils
Essential Oils 
Coloring Your Soap: A Rainbow of Choices
Mineral Pigments (Oxides and Ultramarines)
Synthetic Dyes
Mica
Natural Colorants
Water in Soapmaking
Lye Safety
Using a Scale
Basic Soap Recipe
The Basic Process 
A Visual Guide to Trace
Curing and Storing Your Soap
Advanced Topics in Soapmaking to Gel or Not to Gel
Temperatures in Soapmaking: How does heat affect your soap?
Water in Soapmaking
Superfatting and Lye Discounting
Online Lye Calculators
Terms to Know

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  • 10,000.00 per 30 days
  • 4 weeks, 2 days
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