Making and Cutting "Little Tiffany Dress" Hot Process Soap

Channel: Hot Process Queen


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This 10-Minute Hot Process soap was created using the SJHP Method using the Stick Blender aka SBHP Method.

Purchase the New eBook Tutorial showing how you too can create Fluid Hot Process Soap in less than 10 minutes. This eBook also includes Fail-Proof Recipes, which will create Hard, Creamy and Conditioning Bars of Soap:



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First time using the SJHP method and I'm NEVER going back.... Wow!! Almost 60 oz of PUMPKIN GINGER CHAI soap - made with organic pumpkin purée for some of the water and also added after cook. Love it!!! S. Milan

My first time using Sharon ebook and sbhp soap. I made think it turned out great. This is scented with my own gold. Thanks for your support. I made it last night and cut within three hours. Yea. A. Sayer

Oatmeal/Honey HP Soap...using Sharon Johnson technique! They are getting smoother and smoother Sharon with each attempt! Its unbelievable! I believe I am officially addicted to SBHP. I just keep making soap. Its so darn quick now! I would like to thank you Sharon for sharing your soaping techniques with us. You are surely amazing along with your products! This is my attempt at SBHP T. Brown

I recently took my love of making soaps serious enough to start a business. The one thing I love about what you have done Sharon is you have given people not only the opportunity to invest in their craft with your E-Book but also a powerful tool to invest in their business. I have made four loaves of HP soaps in one day and that is due to the unbelievable amount of little time it takes to make HP now using your method! Not to mention the freedom of being so creative with it! I have spent more money on molds, time and guess work with fingers cross making my CP soaps then I could ever spend purchasing your E-Book. It is well worth the investment! Kudos to you! T. Brown

OMG, purchased ebook yesterday and had to give it a try! All I kept saying OMG! The batter was so fluid even before I added sour cream ( that's right, didn't have yogurt) and it becomes even more fluid! I had two colors mixed, so I hurried and mixed one more and did a drop swirl! Clean up was a joy! LOVE! Thank you Sharon Johnson! This book will change your soaping experience 100% in the best direction. M. Street

This is the bastille recipe made this morning from Sharon's ebook and is the best result I have gotten from any process or any recipe using this mold. It is tinted slightly greener than the pic shows and scented with Tuscan olive leaf fo. Although my favorite mold, until now, it was almost impossible to get good results from. I am going to make another batch of bastille this afternoon. The only recipe I haven't made yet is the lard oil recipe. Coming soon! K. Roscoe

Holy cow! I just made the Wally World recipe from Sharon's ebook and it is an amazing recipe. It feels just like a very high end, luxury soap (as I call my soaps that have lots of shea and mango butters). I did the secret feather swirl and that remains to be seen but the soap is lovely! Has anyone else made it? K. Roscoe

I have gone crazy with the recipes in the ebook and am making soap almost daily! K. Roscoe

Sharon Johnson's E book is now available. This is a New Revolutionary method for hot Process soap that, other than changing my soaping life, takes 10 minutes from adding the lye to having true blue ready to use soap! and clean-up is a breeze because everything is coated with soap, not process... you really need to check it out. This morning I made a batch of Oat milk and Honey soap and from adding the lye water to putting it in the Freezer for 2 hours, took me all of 25 minutes and that INCLUDES the clean-up. I am ready to set up and do another batch. After my soap comes out of the freezer and I cut it, I will give it 2 days to dry, and basically it is ready to is a FANTASTIC way to soap without those interminable waiting for curing times of 6 to 8 weeks... M. Torrealba