Description

Are you looking for a method of making soap that streamlines the process and allows you to make bigger batches of soap more quickly and efficiently?

When using the heat transfer method, you use the heat of the lye to melt your oils. There is no need to wait for your lye solution to cool or to wait for your melted oils to cool. Who has time for that?!

  • No melting your oils ahead of time.
  • No waiting for oils and lye solution to cool.

This method scales up easily for when you are ready for higher production…4 lbs, 10 lbs, 20 lbs…

During the demo we’ll make this cute layered soap using the heat transfer method!

About the Video

In this 26 minute video eClass you’ll learn how to confidently make a batch of heat transfer soap and create a cute layered design.

About the PDF Download

The 8-page PDF download includes instructions for using the heat transfer method and includes five of my favorite palm-free and vegan recipes. We’ll also go over some troubleshooting and oil selection tips.

Here is how our eClasses work.

  • Purchase the eClass through LovinSoap.com.
  • You will be emailed the PDF Download that you can save and print.
  • You will also be emailed the link to view the video eClass. (It will NOT show up in your account. Use the link to access.)
  • No limit! You can watch your eClass whenever you want, as many times as you want – up to one year.

About the Instructor!

Hello! I’m Amanda Gail Aaron. I’ve been making soap since 2008. I fell in love with cold process soap and soon made it my career. I’ve been teaching soap making classes and workshops since 2009 and write about soap making on my blog, LovinSoap.com.

I’ve taught at conferences and seminars all over the U.S. and have published numerous soap making books and eBooks.

Along with my husband, Benjamin Aaron, I run a non-profit called Lovin’ Soap Project where we teach soap making to women in developing countries.

Thanks for coming into my online classroom and allowing me to teach you about making soap using the heat transfer method!