Beginners Soap MakingOur three soap making workshops are simple, easy to follow, and lots of fun. We teach Melt and Pour and the Cold Process method of soap making in a safe and comfortable environment.

Join the growing number of householders that now make their own soap.

All of our soap making classes are currently under redevelopment and will be available as an online course mid 2019.

Introduction to Soap Making - Melt and Pour

Watch this space for an online course in the near future

 

The Melt and Pour Soap course is a great introduction to the world of soap making.  Melt and Pour soap is the easiest method of soap making and during this workshop, you will learn how to make fun, colourful, fragrant bars that can be used the next day!!

 

Melt and Pour Soap Making Kits
Rectangle Silicone Mould
Melt and Pour Soap Base

Beginners Soap Making Course – Cold Process

Watch this space for an online course in the near future

 

During our Beginners Soap Making Course, you will learn to make your own soap with the right balance of bubbles, creaminess & moisturiser, which is free from harmful ingredients.

 

Lemongrass and Persian Lime Scrub
Orange Blossom Scrub Soap
Mixed Soap box

Advanced Soap Making Course – Cold Process

Watch this space for online courses coming soon in the near future

In this Advanced Soap Making Course you will learn:

How to layer different colours, create swirls and marbling techniques and how to use botanicals and exfoliants in your soaps.  Additionally, you will be shown how to add confetti, curls and chunks and embeds to your soaps.

Course Prerequisite: Must have completed the Beginners Soap making cold process course.

Soap Making
Rectangle Silicone Mould

I just wanted to say a big thank you to Kim and Gavin! I completed the beginner melt and pour soap course today and I’m hooked! I haven’t had that much fun in a long time! I highly recommend these guy to everyone and anyone! I felt like I knew them my whole life 😁 I’ll definitely be spreading the love!!

Tash / Melton, Victoria
Freesia and Summer Berries Soap

5 out of 5 ⭐️ ‘s for Kim and Gavin’s Soap Making For Beginners course. Kim and Gavin are very knowledgeable in their field and I came away feeling confident in making soap at home. I’m looking forward to the advanced course next year. Thanks guys ☺️” 

Kariyn / Melbourne, Victoria

26 thoughts on “Soap Making Courses

  1. Lin Sym says:

    I completed your soap making course and was wondering if you are going to be scheduling an advanced soap making course in 2019…..I would love to do it as well to further my knowledge .

  2. Pooja Kurian says:

    Hi ,
    We are a community center based in the south east. Just wondering if you would be able to do session here and what is the cost involved?

    • Gavin says:

      Hi Brooke, We have a Beginners Cold Process course tentatively scheduled for 5th Aug. It can be booked from the 1st July onwards by calling the Melton South Community Centre on 03 9747 8576.

  3. Rimla Kumari says:

    I would like to join a comprehensive soap making class. What are the pathways? Any certification?
    Thank you

    • Gavin says:

      Hi Jann, the soap making course dates will be released in the next couple of weeks. We are yet to receive confirmation back from the community centre we teach at. If you sign up for our newsletter, we will communicate the new dates via that medium.

  4. Grace Cannavo says:

    Hi Gavin and Kim
    I attended your beginers soap making course a few months ago and thouroghly enjoyed it!
    I have a few questions if you could help me out with please?
    The recipe that we used in the workshop differs to the ingredient meausurements that you use on the youtube video for beginners?
    which recipe do i follow please?
    Can i just double the ingredients to make a double batch?
    When addind the clourant I dont recall measuring/weighing it out ? is yhis correct?
    Thanks in advance
    Grace Cannavo

    • Gavin says:

      Hi Grace, yes we have modified the recipe slightly just to fit into our new silicone loaf moulds. Yes you can double the ingredients to make a double batch. I will send you the new recipe via email. The liquid colour was not measured and was added to the soap batter a little at a time to achieve the desired shade.

      • Grace Cannavo says:

        Thank you! And once again yourself and Kim have given me the confidence and information on how to make soap! I would say that you guys are the best little workshop in Melbourne!

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