Soap Making Lessons on the Isle of Man
Make your own handmade, natural soap in a small class on the Isle of Man. You’ll make 12 bars on the day with your choice of essential oils, dried flowers, and natural colours.
In Lovely Greens soap making lessons on the Isle of Man, you’ll learn to make natural soap using pure oils and natural colour and fragrance.
Making your own soap is a creative and useful skill to have and once you learn how you can make your own bars of natural soap for personal use or to give as gifts to friends and family. Read reviews for Lovely Greens soap making lessons here.
In the lesson, you’ll make two batches (10-12 bars) of handmade soap using pure oils, natural fragrance, natural colours, and dried flowers and botanicals. Each class can have up to nine people booked on, so the workshop is a small and creative group. After the class, you’ll take your soap home, slice it into bars, cure it, and be on your way to being self-sufficient in cold-process soap making.
You may book through this website using PayPal (or your debit/credit card via PayPal) or Email Tanya for further payment options. If you’d like to purchase a general voucher for any of the open lessons in the next 12 months, you can do so here.
Two batches of your own Handmade Soap
During the lesson, you’ll learn the basics in making the first batch of soap. Afterward, you move straight into making a second batch. In making both you’re able to choose your own fragrance and colours.
Some of the essential oils you can choose from include: Lavender, Patchouli, Citronella, Lemongrass, Peppermint, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Ylang Ylang, or you could go for unscented. Dried flowers and minerals can also be used to decorate and naturally colour your bars.
On the Day
Soap making lessons are held at the Laxey Working Men’s Institute on the Isle of Man. They begin at 2 pm and are about 2 to 2.5 hours long. Snacks and beverages are served during the lesson so please indicate any special dietary requirements.
For the class, please bring an apron, a cardboard box/shoebox, a towel, and (optionally) an empty paper milk container. You may also bring your own soap moulds if you wish to purchase them beforehand. You can find an excellent assortment of silicone types here*. After your soap is made you’ll take it home and cure it for a month before using it. Further information and home instructions.
Guide to Natural Soapmaking Ebook
The Lovely Greens Guide to Natural Soapmaking is a 68-page instruction manual on how to make natural soap from scratch. It’s a great resource to have for after the class, and to continue making soap at home. Head over here to learn more.
Workshop Terms and Conditions
Places in Lovely Greens workshops may be cancelled for a full refund up to ten days before the workshop. After this date, refunds are not available but you may gift or sell your place on if you wish. Further information is here.
Lovely Greens is currently not taking private bookings. Scheduled workshops are for adults only.
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