Another installment in our Melt & Pour soapmaking series featuring Anne-Marie demonstrating the basics of how to make soap. In this episode the Soap Queen breaks down the differences between oxides, micas, & dyes.
Anne-Marie demonstrates how to do a simple but striking technique called the double pour. It's a great way to add interest and versatility to a basic soapmaking recipe mold design.
In this episode, Anne-Marie shows how to preserve the color in your soapmaking recipe. First, she demonstrates how to use UV inhibitor - a product that helps prevent fading due to ultra violet light. Then she shows how to use Vanilla Color Stabilizer.
Ever wondered what triple milled or french milled soap is? In this episode, Anne-Marie shows you how to make soap; Rebatch aka french milled soap.
The clam shell soap project is the most advanced melt & pour soapmaking recipe the Soap Queen has demonstrated thus far. But the great thing about this project is that you can't mess it up!
Learn what terms like DOS, Saponification, Superfat, and Trace mean in the second episode of our Cold Process Soapmaking recipes series.
In this episode of Soap Queen TV, learn what terms like Ricing, Seizing and Acceleration mean. This is the third episode in our How to Make Cold Process Soap series and it's all about how to use essential oils for soapmaking and fragrances.
Join us this week as Anne-Marie demonstrates a fast and economical technique for wrapping your melt & pour creations to prevent sweating and shriveling for this soapmaking recipe.
Using techniques from many previous episodes of Soap Queen TV, Anne-Marie demonstrates some clever variations on how to make melt and pour soaps for layering. We hope this idea will encourage you to try different methods in your soapy creations!
The first episode in our how to make soap Cold Process series covers Lye safety and the most common ingredients used to make Cold Process Soap.