Hot Process Vs Cold Process Soap Making. The Facts

Hot Process Vs Cold Process Soap Making. The Facts

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Hot Process vs Cold Process Soap Making

Is an ongoing debate that is not going to go away anytime soon. Hot process allows you to get the same natural soap you get from Cold Process, only it is ready a lot sooner.

Well known Canadian soap maker Rene Whitfield says, You also don’t compromise the amazing benefits of the ingredients you put in your soap using the Hot process method.

The difference she says, is that in cold process soap, you add the delicate ingredients before the chemical reaction takes place, and hope for the best.

Sometimes you lose the scent, especially with citrus essential oils, because it’s too delicate to survive the chemical reaction.

This is usually when soap makers add fragrance oil instead of natural scents.

By adding fragrance oils, you are trusting that the combination of oils used to mimic the scent you desire are not going to cause allergic reactions.  

Because often the ingredients used in fragrance oils are generally not disclosed.

Hot Process Vs Cold Process Soap Making. The Facts

Consumer choices

Rene says it is a shame to add these chemicals to an otherwise all-natural soap.

In Rene’s Complete guide to Hot Soap making  She advocates that only pure natural scents are used.

In Cold Process soap making, the temperature during the chemical process raises so much and according to Rene, the minerals and vitamins become damaged and are no longer useful.

She says with Hot Process Soap Making, you do not risk the damage to this oil because the chemical reaction is done before the oil is added.

Rene believes the biggest and most out-dated aspect of cold process soap making, is the amount of time it takes for the batch of soap to cure.
6 to 8 weeks is a long time to wait for soap.

Hot Process is ready in just 2 days.

In her E-Book which contains more than 60 photos showing Hot Process Soap step by step, (with descriptions), Rene says times are changing as more and more soap makers are choosing hot process soap making over cold.

The fact that it is faster, better and a more reliable process can no longer be ignored, and even die-hard cold process soap makers are talking about the shift to Hot Process Soap Making.

Store Bought Soap Exposed.

Another reason Rene believes more people are turning to making their own soap is because most commercial soap has a reputation for drying your skin.

The reason she says is simple. Glycerine is amazing stuff and is a bi-product of soap making and is more valuable than the actual soap that is left.

When we produce natural soap, 2 products are created:

Soap and Glycerin the Glycerin that is created is known as a humectant. Humectants pull moisture from the air and seal it onto our skin.

It provides a barrier between your skin and the environment. In this case Glycerin is a wonderful ingredient.

During the commercial soap making process, the glycerin is extracted from the soap using a salt product.

The Glycerin is then sold to skin care companies and the pharmaceutical industry,   to be added to their products.

Glycerin is actually a more valuable product than the soap it was extracted from.

The reason why store bought soap is so drying is because when the soap is being made, the commercial soap company removes the glycerine from the soap,

and
sell it to lotion making companies who turn
around and sell it back to the consumer,

who
used skin drying soap because the glycerine
was taken from it !

Hot Process Vs Cold Process Soap Making. The Facts

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Why Make Your Own Soap

Making your own natural soap is a perfect solution to getting what your skin needs.
You choose your oils, your scents and your colors.

It’s fun, it’s creative and your skin will NEVER be the same

So many skin issues are caused by not treating your skin right from the beginning. 

Once you correct this mistake, you will leave those problems behind and they will be a distant memory. 

Making your own natural soap is a perfect solution to getting what your skin needs.  You choose your oils, your scents and your colors.

It would cut down on the use of Fragrance oils, which are essentially a bunch of chemicals mixed together.

There is less time involved before your product is ready to use.

Depending on your batch sizes you can give excess soap cubes away to friends or family, or even sell them.

You may even be able to have other people sell them for you. 

Many people are aware of harmful substances these days and make decisions based on the products ingredients.

Comparisons.

Comparing Hot Process Soap and Cold Process Soap, it is clear to see the Hot Process Soap Making method has so many more advantages. Which is why it is a wonderful method for all soap makers to use.

Soap making is a very creative craft. If you have an imagination and love to be creative, then the Hot Process Soap Making is for you.

It’s as if you are given a blank canvas, you can be as creative as you like since most of the limiting rules from Cold Process do not apply.

How to Start Making Soap

Rene started her own soap making company and very soon after that and acquired many wholesale accounts.

She organized craft shows and continue’s to soap.

She has soap making classes and over the past few years has taught thousands of people in  how to make Hot Process Soap.

As well as other Skin Care products.

Many of those soapers had experience with cold process soap making. Several of those soapers have decided Hot Process will be their only soap making method.

All of those soap makers had questions and concerns. All of those questions and concerns have been addressed in the manual. Either as part of the steps, or as a side note.

This guide approaches soap making from every level with over 60 very detailed photos of the steps.

She even tells you where you can find supplies.

Hot Process Vs Cold Process Soap Making. The Facts

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There is so much information in this guide that has not been made public except to the students of the soap making classes.

Rene is really excited to get this information to you since it is not readily available on the internet ! 

And there is so much information in her guide that has not been made public except to the students in the soap making classes she has held over the years.

Eliminate wasted time and money by having total control over the outcome of your soap making. This is a complete and easy guide that ensures success every time!

Rene has  been making soap since 1997.

Rene’s Experience.  

Hot Process Vs Cold Process Soap Making. The Facts

Rene

I started my own soap making company very soon after that and acquired many wholesale accounts. I have organized craft shows and I continue to soap to this day.

I have held soap making classes over the past few years and have taught over 200 people in person how to make Hot Process Soap.

Many of those soapers had experience with cold process soap making. Several of those soapers have decided Hot Process will be their only soap making method.

All of those soap makers had questions and concerns. All of those questions and concerns are addressed in the manual.

Either as part of the steps, or as a side note.

This guide approaches soap making from every level with over 60 very detailed photos of the steps.

I even tell you where you can find supplies.

There is so much information in this guide that has not been made public, except to the students of the soap making classes I held.

So why do I share this with you? Because I want you to succeed!!! I want you to make your own soap and share your soap with your family and friends.

I want you to start your own soap making business. I want you to have complete trust in this guide. 

This, along with the bonus material, gives you everything you need.

Why has this information not been available until now? Well the truth is, I discovered this information on my own, by trial and error, by observing what works and what doesn’t.

This is not mainstream information.

Rene runs an online Soap Making School as well as classes in her home town in Vancouver Canada.

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