Natural Soap Making Workshop with MBotanicals

Sunday April 22nd
11.30 – 1.30PM  
Spaces are limited to 5
£40  BOOK HERE 

Rebecca from MBotanicals will be hosting a natural soap making workshop at the Mile End Ecology Pavillion on the 22nd April 2018 at 11.30am. This is a 2 hour workshop where you will learn the history of soap making, theory and how to make soap.  By the end of the course you will know traditional soap making techniques and will take 3 bars of soap home with you. See below for further details.
 
 

In this two hour workshop, you will be taught the following:

  • Briefly look at the history of soapmaking and science
  • How to work safely when making soap
  • The soap making process
  • Properties of the oils you use
  • How to customise your soap with herbs, clays and other ingredients

I will show you how to make your soap as well as tell you how you can customise your soap with various natural ingredients like herbs, clays, extracts, natural colourants and essential oils.  You will be able to customise your soap on the day with these ingredients. At the end of the day you can take your soap home!

You will be give a handout so that you can make soap at home. It will have valuable information on where to get supplies and recommendations of books and online programmes you can use in order to design your own soaps.

About MBotanicals

MBotanicals is all about the skin and all about nature. We love the skin and want to see it protected, beautiful and functioning at its best. We believe that the best way to do that is keeping it as close to nature as possible, using plant based ingredients that work synergistically and dynamically with your skin.

We believe in running a business in a socially responsible way. Many of our ingredients come from organic sources. We also get many ingredients from fair trade or local farmers and growers. We are a cruelty free company and in accordance with EU legislation we do not test any of our products or ingredients on our furry friends.

 
 
 

 

 

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