Be it for the love of crafting, the desire to go all natural, or the wish to learn an age old skill, there are many reasons why people want to start making their own bath and body products from scratch,.. but they often don’t know where to start! Well fear not, we have workshops to help you!
Intro to Cold Process Soap Making:
In this class we’ll go over the basic chemistry and phases of cold process soap making, common terminology, equipment needed, common ingredients and where to get them, safety musts, how to use SoapCalc, some trouble shooting help, basic colour and scent options, and you will make your very first batch of all natural soap to take home with you!
Students do not need to bring anything to class. All materials and safety equipment will be provided. Classes are limited to 6-8 people for more one-on-one attention in class.
We are conveniently located by car or TTC in the south west end of Toronto. Free parking on site! And bus stop right across the street.
Important things to note:
Please notify us if you have any allergies to certain ingredients before registering (email email@example.com)
Pregnant or nursing women should check with their doctor before taking these classes as we will be working with essential oils that have therapeutic properties that may adversely affect you.
For soap making classes, attendees must be 18 years of age or older.
For soap making classes, all attendees must wear closed toe shoes, long sleeves, and pants (or long/maxi dresses/skirts) during class. Please bring your own, we can not provide these for you.
Interested in learning more advanced cold process soap making techniques, or how to make other bath and body products? Try one of our other workshops:
- Intermediate Cold Process Soap Making
- Advanced Cold Process Soap Making
- Lip Balms and Lotion Bars
- Body Balms and Salves
- Bath Truffles and Bath Teas
Click here to see upcoming dates for these exciting workshops.
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