At EPIC Workshops Soap Crafting Workshop, you’ll get to learn how to make natural handmade soaps crafted by yourself! Soap crafting has been around for centuries. Dating back to the ancient times, our ancestors were already making their own soaps for hygiene purposes. At our workshop, you will learn how to craft your own natural handmade soaps. Our ingredients are safe for usage. Our trained facilitators will explain the purpose of each ingredient before adding it into the mixture. We insist on using only natural ingredients which is gentle on the skin. You can choose to add in additional materials like essential oils, natural herbs and exfoliants to enhance the quality of your soap!
Take Exit B from Marymount MRT and walk towards MAPEX building. Proceed to the third floor via the lift and exit through 2 doors on the right to the carpark. We are located right at the end!
Each trainer will be assigned to a few participants to ensure that full guidance is provided.
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Soap crafting is the perfect outlet for creativity. With just some lye, oils, and a mold to pour it into, anyone can create their own soaps with beautiful designs and scents. Whether you want to make some for yourself or as gifts for others, soap crafting offers endless possibilities-all of which are great!
I’ve been making my own soap using this method for over five years now. I started out by following recipes from other people on YouTube or elsewhere online but then experimented on my own until I came up with something that works well for me. Nowadays when I follow someone else’s recipe it’s usually because they have made some improvements on an old idea that I liked in the past but no longer use.
Measure your ingredients carefully before you start. Measuring by weight or volume will give you more accurate results.
When measuring the oils, do so in liquid ounces instead of tablespoons because it will help you avoid having too much lye in your soap. This is also true for water.
If you are using a digital scale, make sure that it’s set to measure the correct number of specific points (i.e., grams). Digital scales can be set to different specific points which can cause confusion when measuring soap making ingredients by weight.
A digital thermometer is perfect for measuring the temperature of your soap. With a quick glance at your thermometer, you can easily see the current temperature as well as how it has changed throughout the entire process. It also helps to eliminate any risk of human error when trying to keep track of the temperature with a less precise tool.
Making your own recipes and scents can be a fun, creative outlet. If you make the soap with a mold, you can choose any shape to make it in. You could also use an ice cube tray or egg carton if you don’t want to buy anything specifically for soap-making. You can use anything that can withstand high temperatures!
The best part about soap-making is that it’s incredibly easy, yet you can shape your soaps into many different objects! You could make a simple bar of soap or spend hours on end making soaps shaped like various food items. If you’re looking for inspiration, soap molds are your best bet. You can find more information on different types of molds for soap at great sites like Soap-MakingMolds.
Then you’ll need to make some soap! There are many varieties of recipes out there. Some are better suited for making decorative soaps while others yield a higher number of soap bars per pound of soap. You can find an easy beginner recipe at AllRecipes. If you’re looking for a more lavish side, try giving this Smoky Mountain Rose Soap Recipe a shot!
If you’re making soaps as gifts then it’s best to stick with the simpler recipes that yield many bars of soap. This way you can give more away! Some of our favorite scents are Vanilla, Cedarwood, and Lavender. If you’re looking for something to whip up quickly, try this Zesty Lime Soap Recipe.
It’s also important to think about the color scheme of your soap. You can go with the safe choice, but if you want to add a little pizzazz to your soaps then you can try adding mica powder! Mica powder is an easy way to add glitter pigments to your soap.
Once your soaps are made, it’s time to add the finishing touches! You can use soap molds with designs in them to make beautiful swirls and patterns on each soap. If you don’t have these molds or if you want an even more special touch, you can create small wax samples of the design before pouring the soap and place them on top of each bar. This makes it look like you spent hours etching your soap instead of just a few minutes.
In conclusion, Soap crafting is a fun way to be creative with your hands and make something that you can use every day. And, for those of us who are more visual thinkers or need an outlet from the stressors in our jobs, soap making may just be what we’ve been looking for! So if you want to learn how to craft some soaps on your own without spending too much money, check out this article now. We’re confident it will inspire you to get started today.
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