Private Lesson - Soapmaking 101


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Private Lesson Class

Enroll in this hands-on experience, learning how to create your very own handcrafted, cold-process soap in a private setting. This class is designed as a 3-hour class block and can be combined with other private lessons to create your own custom learning experience.

Learn from an experienced soapmaker who will walk you through the chemistry and artistry behind soap making. During this interactive class, you will gain full understanding of soapmaking from the oils to the cured soap. This class includes:

  • Step by step instruction from an experienced soapmaker
  • Safety Equipment List and Procedures
  • Soapmaking Oil Properties
  • Additives, Essential Oils, Fragrances
  • Using natural herbs, botanicals, and powders
  • Recipe formulation
  • Soapmaking supplier information
  • Terms & Definitions in Soapmaking
  • Comprehensive handbook with recipes to help you get started.

You will leave the class with all the tools you need to get started on your soapmaking journey. We are also available after the class to help you through the first few batches. 

Once you feel comfortable making soap and are ready to start your own business, we can arrange a one on one consultation to help you through the process with our Business Consulting Sessions.

Return Policy On Classes: All classes are required to be paid in full to hold your spot. They are non-refundable, but with at least 7-day notice you can reschedule to a later date. Your credit will be good for 1 year from the time of purchase. If you cancel 6 days prior, you will have 1/2 credit available to use within 1 year of purchase. No shows are non-refundable.

Special considerations: Because of the caustic nature of lye, we are only offering instruction to those that are 18 years and older. Classes are available to all paying customers. We cannot accommodate any others (friends, kids, spouses, etc) that are waiting for you in the process. Please wear comfortable clothes and close-toe shoes.

In order to protect our intellectual property, we ask that photos and videos not be allowed during instruction.