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Low Temperature Soap Making Techniques

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Low Temp Soap Making - Learn to make Cold Process soap using a unique, low temperature soap making method. Lower temperatures prevent scorching of sugars in milk (cause brown milk soap discoloraton), prevent proteins from denaturing (causes orange milk soap discoloration). Additionally, lower soap making temperatures also help retain the fragile and often volatile scent componets of many essential oils, especially citrus. Using Low Temp soap making methods conserves the amount of essential oils used in your soap making, as well as slows down the reaction and acceleration in your soap pot when working with difficult essential oils or fragrances oils (ones that speed up the saponification process).

This class will discuss the effect of temperatures for your base oils and your lye solutions and their impact on gel phase. This class will teach you how to manipulate your soap to avoid gel stage, using lower soap making temperatures. This class discusses how to use your freezer or refrigerator when working with low temperature soap making.

This PDF lesson is 15 pages long, and includes not only a Photo step by step instructions on Low Temp Soap Making, but also a Visual Guide to Gelled vs Un Gelled Soap to refer to.

Prerequisite: Previous Cold Process soap making experience, or the Soapalooza Advanced Cold Process Soap Making Class. Low Temperature Soap Making requires a basic understanding of soap making.

Author: Kelly Bloom, Chief Excitement Officer of Soapalooza

Content: PDF Ebook, 15 pages

About Kelly Bloom:

Kelly Bloom is the Founder and Chief Excitement Officer of Soapalooza! Soap Arts Studio, a division of BloomWorks Holdings, LLC. Kelly is the former founder & owner of Southern Soapers and BloomWorks Soap Company. She is located in the Williamsburg, Virginia area.

Kelly has spent over 20 years in the natural soap manufacturing and personal care products industry, and is the author of several soap making publications. Her BloomWorks Soap Company manufactured, marketed, and distributed her natural soap and cosmetic products nationwide for 12 years before starting her supply and consulting divisions.

Kelly spends time mentoring and consulting to small businesses within the natural soap making and Indie personal care segments. Kelly speaks and conducts workshops at local, regional, and national conventions. She has launched awareness & development programs within the industry on Good Manufacturing Procedures; Product Labeling, Cosmetic Preservation, Product Development, & Trademark issues. Kelly has been a presenter at the Handcrafted Soap & Cosmetics Guild as well as regional conventions. Kelly is a frequent guest with the Richmond Virginia This Morning, Channel 6 DIY Beauty at Home TV segment.
Low Temp Soap Making - Learn to make Cold Process soap using a unique, low temperature soap making method. Lower temperatures prevent scorching of sugars in milk (cause brown milk soap discoloraton), prevent proteins from denaturing (causes orange milk soap discoloration). Additionally, lower soap making temperatures also help retain the fragile and often volatile scent componets of many essential oils, especially citrus. Using Low Temp soap making methods conserves the amount of essential oils used in your soap making, as well as slows down the reaction and acceleration in your soap pot when working with difficult essential oils or fragrances oils (ones that speed up the saponification process).

This class will discuss the effect of temperatures for your base oils and your lye solutions and their impact on gel phase. This class will teach you how to manipulate your soap to avoid gel stage, using lower soap making temperatures. This class discusses how to use your freezer or refrigerator when working with low temperature soap making.

This PDF lesson is 15 pages long, and includes not only a Photo step by step instructions on Low Temp Soap Making, but also a Visual Guide to Gelled vs Un Gelled Soap to refer to.

Prerequisite: Previous Cold Process soap making experience, or the Soapalooza Advanced Cold Process Soap Making Class. Low Temperature Soap Making requires a basic understanding of soap making.

Author: Kelly Bloom, Chief Excitement Officer of Soapalooza

Content: PDF Ebook, 15 pages

About Kelly Bloom:

Kelly Bloom is the Founder and Chief Excitement Officer of Soapalooza! Soap Arts Studio, a division of BloomWorks Holdings, LLC. Kelly is the former founder & owner of Southern Soapers and BloomWorks Soap Company. She is located in the Williamsburg, Virginia area.

Kelly has spent over 20 years in the natural soap manufacturing and personal care products industry, and is the author of several soap making publications. Her BloomWorks Soap Company manufactured, marketed, and distributed her natural soap and cosmetic products nationwide for 12 years before starting her supply and consulting divisions.

Kelly spends time mentoring and consulting to small businesses within the natural soap making and Indie personal care segments. Kelly speaks and conducts workshops at local, regional, and national conventions. She has launched awareness & development programs within the industry on Good Manufacturing Procedures; Product Labeling, Cosmetic Preservation, Product Development, & Trademark issues. Kelly has been a presenter at the Handcrafted Soap & Cosmetics Guild as well as regional conventions. Kelly is a frequent guest with the Richmond Virginia This Morning, Channel 6 DIY Beauty at Home TV segment.

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It reiterated the information I already had and knew, but it would be a great tool for someone who doesn't know where to begin.
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