"Sure, you can invest in a Soap MOLD and change a Bar of Soap; Or you can invest in my eBook and change your Soaping Career!"
Even if you have never done Hot Process Soapmaking before, you will be well on your way to making Smooth and Fluid Hot Process Soap with this easy to follow 70-Page eBook, which is a Color-Photo Heavy, Step-By-Step Tutorial and Guide to Making Hot Process Soap in less than 10 minutes with a Stick Blender using the SJHP (Sharon Johnson Hot Process) aka SBHP (Stick Blend Hot Process) Method.
The Hot Process Recipes included in this eBook are Fail-Proof and "Guaranteed" to work with the SJHP/SBHP method or any Hot Process Method such as the Crock Pot, Oven or Stove Top to create a smooth, fluid soap batter, as well as a Hard, Creamy, Conditioning and Bubbly Bar of Soap! So get ready to create swirls, layers and designs like never before.
With the purchase of the eBook you may be selected to have exclusive access to our "secret" Facebook Forum called HP Extreme University where you can get additional help and assistance from Sharon Johnson and other well-trained Admins. So be sure to send Sharon Johnson a "friend" request so you may be added to the group. Please Note: Membership is at the discretion of Sharon Johnson and admission is not guaranteed.
You will need to install Adobe Digital Editions on your Computer or your Device. You may also select and download different Apps to view your eBook and you will only need to do this once. Please Note: eBooks are non-refundable, NOT printable but viewable only, CANNOT be viewed using Amazon’s Kindle or on Linux Operating Systems. This eBook can be downloaded to one device only.
Link showing installation of eBook: https://vimeo.com/237005298
Along with Hot Process Recipes, the Material Covered in this eBook Tutorial include the following:
Let’s talk about the “Stick Blender”
Why a Stick Blender?
Let’s talk about the “Bowl”
Let’s talk about the “Crock Pot”
Let’s talk about the “Oils”
Let’s talk about the “Lye Water Solution”
WAIT! Did I Do Something Wrong?
At a Snail’s Pace So Can We Cut to the Chase?
If All Else Fails
FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions
Wrapping It All Up
My Favorite Things