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Start a soap making business to earn additional income. The Golden Treasure Skills  and Development Program will conduct a  one-day seminar on soap making combined with perfume making at the SMX Convention Center, meeting  rm. 5 and  6, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City on August 24,  Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 6 pm.

The seminar will have a hands-on experience on how to make different kinds of  soap—liquid dishwashing soap, liquid hand soap, liquid all-purpose soap, bar detergent soap, powder soap, dishwashing paste soap, herbal  soap,   glycerin (transparent bath soap),  liquid bleach, fabric softener.

Aside  from those  courses topics also include how to make household products such as tile and bowl cleaner, glass cleaner, carpet shampoo, air freshener, car shampoo, tire black and body products such as  body scrub, foot spa soap, foot spray, foot powder, hair shampoo, hand  body lotion and hand sanitizer. And how to make perfume spray, cologne spray, eau de toilette,  will also be discussed with hands-on and finish products.

The other topic of the seminar includes sourcing of materials and costing. Participants will be given  a certificate of training  right after the seminar. Lunch, snacks, hand outs and all the  raw materials for hands-on   will also   be provided. For questions call   9136551; 4211577 and 4367826;  or log on to www.GoldenTreasureSkills.com or like us on Facebook.


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    I went to the website, and saw “NOTICE: This domain name expired on 08/10/2013 and is pending renewal or deletion.”

    Fly by night operation?



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