Soap School at Home: Cold Processed Natural Soap Making Kit – Rose Geranium

£45.00 inc. VAT

Ever wanted to make your own soap? Well, now you can, with our soap making kits!

Our aim has always been “…to make pure, natural skincare accessible to all” and sharing our recipes, ingredients and know-how about green skincare with you, now means we can!

Bring our Little Soap School to your kitchen table and make our soaps from the comfort of your own home with our Natural Cold Processed Soap Making Kit. This pack includes our signature Rose Geranium essential oil blend to add to your soap.

All ingredients are measured and weighed, and full instructions are included, just add mineral water.

✓ Makes up to 12 large bars of soap (enough for a whole year!)

✓ A great gift for lockdown evenings or weekend fun!

✓ Ideal for beginners or someone who wants to try something new

✓ Made from Natural Ingredients

✓ Plant based and 100% Vegan

✓ Leaping Bunny Cruelty Free

✓ RSPO Certified Sustainable Palm Oil

Ingredients

What’s Inside?

Easy step-by-step booklet, Cardboard Outer Box (reused as your soap mould), Heavy Duty Black Chemical resistant gloves, Safety Glasses (Complies with EN 166:2001), Greaseproof paper liner, Thermometer, Rose Geranium Essential Oil, Olive Oil (pomace), Coconut Oil, RSPO Certified Sustainable Palm Oil, NaOH (Caustic Soda/lye), Rolled Oatmeal

Additional information

Weight 1.6 kg
You will also need:

A Hob to melt the hard oils
A large stainless steel saucepan (do not use aluminium, non-stick or galvanized pans as Caustic Soda will damage these materials)
A stainless steel balloon whisk
A silicon spatula
A heat resistant glass or plastic measuring jug
An apron or old shirt to protect clothes from oils
2 large stainless steel spoons and a stainless steel knife
A blanket or large towel
340g Still Mineral Water

Not suitable for children

Soap making involves the use of caustic soda (sodium hydroxide) which is a highly corrosive substance. You must take care not to spill or splash it. Once the soap has been made and cured the Caustic Soda disperses so the finished soap is safe. Until then the utmost caution should be observed when handling the Caustic Soda both before and during the soap making process.

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