COLD PROCESS SOAP MAKING AND HOT PROCESS LIQUID SOAP MAKING
Life can be tough at times and people are always looking at new ways to save money. Making your own soap is certainly a great way, not only to save money on good quality soap but to save money on presents. Everyone loves to receive good handmade soaps. You would no longer have to go scouring the shops spending big money on presents when you can learn to make the ideal gift for all ages.
The rewards from making your own bars of soap and liquid soap are priceless. You know exactly what you have put into your soap and our whole family will thank you for making their skin feel so good! The liquid soap can be used for washing dishes, the car (so gentle on the Duco), woollens, as a hand/shower gel, etc. etc.
The course content covers the overall concept of soap making, safety issues, observation of us making a batch of soap then you make a batch of soap on your own.
After the 5 hour course you take home with you:
After you have completed the class with us you are welcome to phone or email us if you have further queries when you start making batches of soap on your own at home.
You need to bring with you:
Venue: 72 Parkhurst Drive, Knoxfield, Vic. 3180
Wednesday 23rd May - 10am to 1pm & 1.30pm to 3.30pm
Sunday 24th June - 10am to 1pm & 1.30pm to 3.30pm
To make a booking: Phone or SMS +61411133554
Soapmaking Class - 3 hours - Cold Process soapmaking
To confirm your booking and to save time on the day, you are welcome to pay for your class here. Cold Process soapmaking starts at 10 am and finishes at 1 pm.
Liquid Soap Making - 2 hours
A pre-requisite to doing this two hour session is completing a class in cold process soapmaking. Starts at 1.30pm and finishes at 3.30pm
Soapmaking Class - 5 hours - Soap Bars - Cold Process & Liquid Soapmaking
To confirm your booking and to save time on the day, you are welcome to pay for your class here. Please let me know which day you are paying for.
The above photos take you through some of the steps we take in making our soap at Robyn's Soap House.
Small Business Victoria
Small Business Victoria invited me to talk on "How to turn a hobby into a business", they then published the video on "You Tube" for everyone to learn from. I have included it here to give you an insight into turning a hobby into a business.