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Ebook Information – How To Make Cold Process Soap

In How To Make Cold process Soap your taught the basics of how to make cold process soap, how to use a lye soap calculator for adding ingredients, Understanding the Saponification process, Explaining the chemistry of soaps and why the reaction has to take place, The equipment needed to make soap, Explaining the difference between fragrance oils and essential oils, Explaining what colorants, nutrients and preservatives are, a complete lists of soap ingredients and the benefits of each soap ingredients, Explaining Cutting and Curing, Explaining and highlighting the safety involved in making cold process soap and A the big one Lye safety. As well as one complete natural cold process soap recipe as base starter to start you of in your soaping experience.

So here is a list of chapters and a brief summary of what you can expect from each chapter in How To Make Cold Process Soap- Basic Fundamentals E book

Chapter 1 – Basic Understanding of Soap and what it does

In this chapter we explore the basic understating of soap and what soap is and the chemical reaction that has to take place in order for soap to be soap, How soap cleans (soap molecules itself have heads which attract to water, and tails which repel the water), The history of soap and a few handy facts.

Chapter 2 – Explaining the Saponification Process

In this chapter we explain the Saponification process that produces the soap, usually produced from the fats/oils and lye. In technical terms, saponification involves a base (usually sodium hydroxide/ caustic soda) hydrolysis of triglycerides, which are esters of fatty acids, form the sodium salt of a carboxylic. In addition to soap, such traditional saponification processes produce glycerol. “Specifiable substances” are oils/fats that can be converted into soap.

Chapter 3 – Equipment needed to make Soap

A complete list of the equipment and there uses that will be needed in order to make and produce a beautiful bar of cold process soap.

Chapter 4 – Explaining Lye

In this chapter, which is a Must read for fellow soaper‘s is Lye, we explain what lye is and the dangers that are associated with Lye (Sodium Hydroxide), and we explain how to be cautious when using Sodium Hydroxide (Lye safety), how to neutralize a burn from sodium hydroxide (Lye) and what to do in the case of an emergency. After you have read and understood this chapter you should have a lot more confidence in using sodium hydroxide (Lye).

Chapter 5 – Explaining the Cold-Process Method

We go a little bit more into the cold process method is easily the best method used that I think for making a natural wonderful handmade soap it is by far the best solution when you make soap, when using the cold process method the actual soap bar retains its natural glycerin content (which is a surfactant).

Chapter 6 – Explaining the difference between Fragrance Oils and Essential Oils

In this chapter we explain the difference between Essential oils and Fragrance oils. It’s these essential oils that are great for you but it’s the sensational properties and qualities that are amazing for your skin as-well.

Chapter 7 – Explaining Colorants, Nutrients and preservatives

We take a look into some natural ways to colour your soap, we also look at some natural preservatives to use for your soap mixture and some beneficial nutrients that you could use in your own recipe.

Chapter 8 – Explaining Cutting and Curing

Once you fish reading this chapter you will have a clear understanding to why we have to cut, dry and cure your soap and why its beneficial to you.

Chapter 9 – Basic Explanation of the Chemistry of Soap

Some information that you don’t need to know but just handy so you can get a better understanding of soap making as a whole.

Chapter 10 – Diagnosis: Signs of Trouble

This is a chapter explaining what is wrong, what could go wrong and why its gone wrong, This chapter is great for people learning or starting out.

Chapter 11 – Basic Cold-Process Soap Recipe

Here it is, a recipe to use that should make 5 bars of soap, its very versatile so you can try different things with it and its a great recipe for a starting point. The recipe is fully explained from start to finish and implementing all safe practices.

Saponified Oils List and Oil Ingredient Names

A complete list of ingredients and there scientific names.

The Wonderful Benefits of These Soap Ingredients list

a complete soap ingredients list with all of there benefits and uses.

Useful Information

In useful info its just some handy information about soap making.

Ebook Information – How To Make Cold Process Soap



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