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Class Handout: 5 Different Types of Sugar Scrubs

$39.00 $25.00

by Erin Pikor

A Class Handout is a digital download. Once purchased, you will find the link to access your document(s) on your MY ACCOUNT page immediately.

This is not your grandma’s sugar scrub (no offense grandma!). In this sweet & innovative Class Handout created by the talented Erin Pikor of Naiad Soap Arts, learn how to make 5 different types of skin-loving, handmade sugar scrubs.

When you hear “Sugar Scrub,” most people think of the oily scrubs that leave your skin greasy and your tub slick. This Class Handout will show you how to make unique scrubs that don’t leave the tub or your skin oily, and one nearly-edible scrub, especially for your lips!

Get tested recipes, detailed instructions & large helpful (full-color) pictures to make the following 5 original recipes/products:

Sugar Whipped Soap: The consistency of this scrub is light and fluffy with just enough foaming action to get you clean and soften your skin. This recipe utilizes a foaming butter base that contains the foaming agents as well as the preservative, so you don’t have to worry about that. You choose what type of sugar, and what scent & color to use to customize it for your customers or friends.

Whipped Sugar Scrub: Completely from Scratch! This fluffy natural whipped sugar scrub is an alternative to Sugar Whipped Soap (which uses a base). It will leave your skin feeling soft and smooth!

Papaya Enzyme Foot Scrub: An invigorating, more intense scrub for feet or rough patches, which contains oils, butters, a natural cleansing agent and an emulsifier (to make it more creamy & less oily).

Sugar Cubes: A single use sugar scrub that uses a melt & pour soap base, mixed with oils & butters to cleanse & exfoliate at the same time, leaving NO oily mess in your tub.

Mango Sugar Lip Scrub: Made from scratch, a wonderful blend of waxes, oils & butters to gently exfoliate lips while helping to seal in moisture. A very popular scrub, for all ages.

This Class Handout provides thorough instructions on all of the projects, plus formulation information for scaling up and tips for larger production, as well as a list of recommended suppliers (so you know where to buy everything).

Summary of what’s in this Digital Class Handout (with instant access):

  • Page 1: Cover Sheet with 5 color pictures of the final products.
  • Page 2: Introduction: Sugar and the benefits of daily exfoliation. Ingredients Glossary, complete with INCI listings for each and every ingredient (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients) is the industry standard of what needs to go on your label if you are selling the product.
  • Page 3-5: Continuation of the Ingredients Glossary for all the ingredients used in all 5 projects taught in this Class.
  • Page 6: First Project: Sugar Whipped Scrub (intro paragraph, ingredients, materials needed, step-by-step directions, and full INCI listing of the final finished product). Yield: 6, 8 oz. jars
  • Page 7: Four color pictures that illustrate the main steps of the Sugar Whipped Scrub.
  • Page 8: Second Project: Sugar Whipped Soap (intro paragraph, ingredients, materials needed, step-by-step directions, and full INCI listing of the final finished product). Yield: 6, 8 oz. jars
  • Page 9: Four color pictures that illustrate the main steps of the Sugar Whipped Soap.
  • Page 10: Third Project: Papaya Enzyme Foot Scrub (intro paragraph, ingredients, materials needed, step-by-step directions, and full INCI listing of the final finished product). Two recipes given on this page: One for a single 10 oz. jar, and one for a “Big Batch” of 10, 8 oz. jars.
  • Page 11: Four color pictures that illustrate the main steps of the Payaya Enzyme Foot Scrub.
  • Page 12: Fourth Project: Mango Sugar Lip Scrub (intro paragraph, ingredients, materials needed, step-by-step directions, and full INCI listing of the final finished product). Two recipes given on this page: One for 8-10, .25 oz pots and one for a “Big Batch” of 80-100, .25 oz. pots.
  • Page 13: Four color pictures that illustrate the main steps of the Mango Sugar Lip Scrub.
  • Page 14: Fifth Project: Sugar Cubes (intro paragraph, ingredients, materials needed, step-by-step directions, and full INCI listing of the final finished product). Two recipes given on this page: One for a single 10-11 oz. jar and one for a “Big Batch” of 5, 10-11 oz. jars.
  • Page 15-16: Eight color pictures that illustrate the main steps of the Sugar Cubes.
  • Page 17: Erin’s Recommended On-Line Suppliers (13) relevant to the products made in this Class. Supplier name, state, phone number, website (with direct hyperlink in the .pdf document) and in many cases a special Nova Studio discount code is given.

Please read about the teacher & find more details in the “About Class Handouts” tab below before purchasing this handout.

A Class Handout is the digital PDF version of the handout for the in-person classes we taught at The Nova Studio. After ordering this PDF-format digital handout, you will be directed to a page that contains links to your instant downloads. You’ll have easy access to all your active Class Handout links in one easy place from your My Account page (downloads expire after 10 days & 5 downloads – so be sure to save the docs to your computer before then).

They will save you a ton of time & energy by giving you accurate, tested recipes & formulas, clear instructions, recommended sources for where to buy supplies relevant to each topic, and any background and/or supporting information. It’s the next best thing to being in a class!

When you buy the handouts, you also have permission to make the products exactly as is (with or without changing them) and you may market/sell them to your customers using our recipes. The only thing you cannot do is sell, post or distribute the information, directions, or recipes in our handouts since they are protected by copyright laws as part of our exclusive intellectual property.

Purchasing these handouts does not include any additional consulting or email support. If you have questions or need consulting, we offer private lessons & phone consultations. If you teach classes and want help creating your own class handouts, please contact us to set up a private consult and we would be happy to assist you. Purchasing our handouts does not give you permission or license to use them as teaching materials.

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With Class Handouts, you are granted instant access as soon as your transaction is complete (download links can be found on your My Account page – simply open the files & save them to your computer and you will have access to them forever). Since this is a digital product that you cannot return, we have a no refund policy. That said, we want you to be happy. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, please Contact Us.

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erin headshot croppedErin Pikor is the owner of Naiad Soap Arts and a proud member of the Handcrafted Soap and Cosmetics Guild (HSCG). With a background in fine art and photography, she began making soap in 2006 with an attention to formulating soaps and bath products that suited her problematic and sensitive skin, but also appealed to her sense of composition and color. She is best known for her award winning soap design, her dessert line of soaps including the French Macaron soap and her body sugar cubes, a no-mess single-use, cube-shaped sugar scrub. Her soaps can be found online and in boutiques around the country. Learn to make silicone soap molds & 5 types of sugar scrubs from Erin.

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