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Starting Your Own Soap Making Business (Level One)

Starting Your Own Soap Making Business (Level One)

Learning to Make Soaps Is Not A Lengthy Process By End Of This Course, You Will Be Well Equipped To Make Your First Batch Of Soaps And Soap Recipes. Join Now!


This course covers what you need to know to make your first batch of soaps, as well as to create your own soap recipes.

You will gain knowledge of how the soap-making process works through detailed video tutorials of the cold-process method.

Whether you are looking to start a full-time bricks-and-mortar business, a home business, make money selling online, make high-quality products for yourself and family, gain a new skill or just a side-hustle; this course will give you the ability to accomplish any or all of those things.

There are no formal qualification requirements for starting this soap making course or for selling your product. However, in some countries – for example in the EU and UK – you may need to submit your recipes for testing before offering for sale.

Learning to make soaps is not a lengthy process; by the end of this course, you will be well equipped to make your first batch of soaps.

At the end of this course, your Simpliv Certificate of completion will be available for download. However, you must complete each section in order to receive it.

You will learn about the different oils used in soap making, how to formulate your own soap recipes with a step by step tutorial.

You will learn how to fragrance and color your soap
You will learn about marketing, promoting and pricing your product
You will learn how to cost your batches and calculate your break-even price
You will learn how to discount your product effectively to gain more sales
Enroll now for this course and get started on the journey to becoming an independent business owner.

Basic knowledge
No prerequisites
Just bring the desire to learn, create and achieve

Course Information

No prerequisites
Just bring the desire to learn, create and achieve

What will you learn
The ability to start your own independent soap making business from scratch
The soap making process using the cold-process method
How to measure molds to formulate your own recipes
How to create their own soap recipes from scratch
How to calculate essential oil usage rates for their product
About some of the colorants used in soap making
About some of the liquid and solid oils used in soap making
About the use of sodium hydroxide in the soap making process
About health and safety during soap making
How to cut and dry your soaps
The soap curing process
How to calculate the cost of every batch of soap made
How to work out the selling price for their soaps
How to calculate the break-even price for their batches as well as individual soaps
How to calculate their profit for every batch as well as individual soaps
How to discount effectively to generate more sales of their product without making a loss
About sales and distribution channels for your product
Where to promote their product
How to target specific audiences
You will get full video tutorials of the soap making process
How to variate base recipes to come up with new creations

Anyone interested in starting their own business.
Stay at home parents.
Anyone looking for a side hustle.
Anyone who wants to learn a new skin.
Anyone who wants to learn how to create quality products for their own personal use.

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