Soap Making zoom workshop and kit

Saturday 27th February 2021
Monday 8th March 2021
Saturday 27th March 2021
2.00pm - 3.30pm
£34 (including p&p)
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What we'll be doing on the day:
During the online workshop I will show you the basic methods and techniques to get the best results while making melt and pour soaps. We will make three soaps together using the materials in the kits and I will finish the session by explaining what other household ingredients you can use in future soap making projects. Each person will have access to online soap making resources after the session also. We will make the following soaps during the session:
Honey and Lavender – This soap has a beautiful decorative texture, the lavender oil is soothing and relaxing while the honey is naturally Antimicrobial.
Moisture boost soap – This soap is packed with natural moisturisers including shea butter, goats milk and skin soothing oats. It’s naturally coloured a soft pink using fine Australian clay powder
Clementine and Jasmine – This soap contains dried jasmine flowers and clementine oil to give it a wonderful, fresh scent and a natural orange colour. I call this a happy soap as jasmine and clementine fragrances are said to diminish anxiety and boost happiness.
What's included in the price?
The price includes a live workshop over zoom and a kit containing the materials to make your three lovely soaps. The kits will be sent out to you by post 7-10 days before the class. Each kit contains:
  • Clear melt and pour soap base
  • Opaque melt and pour soap base with goats milk
  • 3 soap moulds
  • Lavender oil
  • Clementine Oil
  • Honey
  • Shea butter
  • Ground oats
  • Australian pink clay
  • Jasmine flowers
  • Bubble wrap
What you will need
We make this type of soap using a hob, so set up in your kitchen and please have these items ready to hand to use:
  • 2 pans that can sit one within the other like a double boiler
  • A chopping board
  • A sharp knife for chopping soap base
  • A spoon to stir the soap as it’s melting
  • Measuring spoons
  • A set of scales (preferably electronic)
  • Scissors
Booking:
Book your place by clicking here
After the course:
Once you've taken part in the soap making class you can access further soap making resources by clicking here