On this Introduction to soap and skincare making workshop with Jenny from The Scottish Soapworks, you will combine learning new skills with treating yourself to a relaxing day in our welcoming, home-based workshop space creating a personal pamper kit.
You will learn about the properties of The Scottish Soapworks organic glycerine soap, lip balms and creams. You will make moisturising, organic glycerine soap choosing from a selection of recipes such as calming lavender or invigorating lemon, lime and poppyseed; blend a rich, carrot oil Vitamin C cream; and pot up a beeswax lip balm. All made with pure essential oils and natural flavourings and colours.
Afterwards, you will embellish and gift wrap your soap and skincare products to create a personal pamper pack. Our craft table will have a selection of wrappings and decorations for you to use, but you are welcome to bring your own if you wish.
The price includes access to all the equipment you will need, all materials, welcome refreshments and a buffet style lunch.
Please note that The Arienas Collective experiences are run from a first-floor space and unfortunately we do not have lift access.
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