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Class Level: Beginner
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 10
Teacher: Quayum Abdul

What you'll learn in this soap making class:

Your bath can become your at-home getaway when you add beautiful and fragrant handmade glycerin soaps. Making these beautiful soaps is easy and enjoyable and expressing your creativity is part of the fun. In this course, students will create different types of soaps while learning how to use colors, molds, fragrances, essential oil, extract, herbs, and, also, novelties. Discussion on how to make organic, natural or medicinal soap can be made. Custom-made soaps are gentle for those with sensitive skin, make unique gifts, and add to the décor of any bathroom. Class is hands on; please dress accordingly. Total time: 3 hours class.

This class is delivered online via the Zoom platform.  Upon registration, each participant will receive a list of the supplies and ingredients needed to produce hand sanitizer.  Then you can follow the instructions during the class presentation and have your first sample by the end if the class. Please know purchasing your supplies ahead of time is NOT mandatory but suggested.

By the end of this class:

  • Students will learn step by step how to make soap from scratch
  • Students will learn different types of soap bases, colors, scents, aromatherapy oils and essential oils.
  • Students will learn how to make chemical free herbal and natural soaps.
  • Student will learn how and where to buy soap making products
  • Student will learn how to make gift soaps, gift baskets and possibly start their own business

Remote Learning

This course is available for "remote" learning and will be available to anyone with access to an internet device with a microphone (this includes most models of computers, tablets). Classes will take place with a "Live" instructor at the date/times listed below.

Upon registration, the instructor will send along additional information about how to log-on and participate in the class.

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Refund Policy
Refunds must be requested at least three business days prior to the first class meeting.      

A $12 processing fee is charged for each class refunded.

No transfers. No makeup sessions for missed classes.

Registrations are non-transferable. If we cancel a class we will notify you and a full refund will be issued.

No refunds are issued for the Phlebotomy program, and Makeup Artistry program.
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Question from Wanda S.
With making cold pressed soap and maybe glycerin soap what we be using lye
Question from Charmaine B.
Will the instructor teach you how to use the soap calculator?
Answer from Erin M. Verified Student
Not in the beginner class, that is the cold press class
Answer from Brenda L. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hi Charmaine. The instructor said it is a calculation (the measurement used) and he said he shares this with the students.
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Question from Kelly
Would we leave with the soap we make?
Answer from Shondi M. Verified Student
You leave with many different types of soap. Great class!
Question from Anonymous
Is this hands-on class of making your own soap?
Answer from Brenda L. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hi! Yes, this is a hands-on class.
Answer from sherrie w. Verified Student
Yes, also plenty of information the class went over a bit instructor did not rush through showed passion &some enthusiasm
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Reviews of Classes at Mt. San Antonio College (40)

(40 Reviews)
Soap Making for Beginners
Reviewed by Donna A. on 11/7/2020
Great class! It was fun!!! The instructor was knowledgeable and vey patient.
Soap Making for Beginners
Reviewed by Christina H. on 11/7/2020
Absolutely loved the class!!! Such a thoughtful and knowledgeable instructor. The instructor was very accessible responding to my questions before and after the class. I truly enjoyed myself, and I'm signing up for another class with the same instructor--the liquid soapmaking class.
Soap Making for Beginners
Reviewed by Charmaine B. on 1/12/2020
Great instructor and great class.
Soap Making for Beginners
Reviewed by Erin M. on 1/12/2020
Very informative and he sowed us how to do multiple types of soaps
Soap Making for Beginners
Reviewed by Anonymous on 6/3/2019
I loved the class and the teacher is a very nice person he gave us a lot of information , I’ll take his candle class and if they have another class with soaps thank you very much .

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