20160619 Soap Making Extravaganza!


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Sunday, June 19, 2016 from 12:00-3:00pm

This class is great for beginner and intermediate soap makers alike! Using locally sourced traditional tallow, learn to make cold process soap using all natural, skin-friendly ingredients. In this workshop, you’ll personalize and take home 10 bars of soap - great for stocking up, or giving away as gifts for your friends and family. You’ll also get to keep your reusable mold (and the recipe) to make future batches of homemade soap!

The class includes:
-Step-by-step demonstration of how to safely mix tallow and lye to create long lasting bars of all natural, handmade soap
-Hands-on experience lining the molds
-How to mix your own essential oil blend + natural additives, discerning ‘trace’, + pouring the soap. 
-10 bars of soap made by your own hands to take home.

To ensure more in-depth personal instruction and guidance, this 3-hour intensive workshop has an 8-person limit.

Instructor Bio:

Kate Duda is a soap making enthusiast with a small soap and skin care company called Plenty + Spare Naturals. Kate strives to incorporate her values into her soap making and sharing process. This means using local and sustainable ingredients whenever possible, and supporting the growth of local economies. Kate stays away from dyes, chemical fragrances, parabens, sulphates, sodium lauryl/laureth sulfate, and unsustainably sourced palm oil.

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