Herb'N Eden

Start 2018 by learning the skill of soap making!

Start 2018 by learning the skill of soap making!

Last year, we received so much positive response and support with our workshops. It's only right that we continue the experience and share the skill of soap making!

The soap-making class will consist of learning the cold-process method with the soap maker behind Herb'N Eden, Terran Lewis. She will start you with the basics and safety guidelines, followed by hands-on interaction of making soap. 

Cold process soap making requires working with lye, which is caustic and can damage clothing. Even though we will not actively mix the lye solution, we will still talk about it in great depth. We ask that you come prepared in old clothes, long-sleeved shirt, your own apron, and closed toed shoes.  Also, please bring a towel to cover your soap for the trip home.

To sign up for our first workshop of the year (1/14/18) click below:

https://preservingnow.com/events/soap-making-workshop-2

 

 

2 comments

Sep 28, 2020 • Posted by Rashakka Hanson

Hello, My name is Rashakka .
After seeing the videos of all the leg work and help of other employees and seeing the time it takes on both parts to run a business …. i was like lord i need a husband! But unfortunately i have 3 boys instead and they are great! I really would like to learn about doing soap because i will love to have something my boys can lean on if there own dreams don’t work out in life as they expect it. That’s my focus piont in doing this. It hurt my sole when he ( the husband) spoke about ppl not taking doing soap serious. I want to prove him wrong on my behalf. I dont know alot i have made some cp soaps on my own and i have had really good and positive feed back. But behind it all, it’s real work not just fun and games or playing with a mold and colors! I get that. I dont have $600.00 to learn and i am working a full time job as well. But if there is a charity case you should not pass on IT’S ME. I love to do the impossible that ppl say i can’t, one was getting my diploma at 37 years old. And graduated the same year as my 18 year old son. But hey i ordered 5 of the soaps i took away from buying my own soap stuff to get a feeling of something that is made from hard work but most of all knowledge. I think you should call a soap that. Lol. So if at all i am willing to put my hard earned cash to get some of this soap learning experience. So please open it back up i went to the app and the site doesn’t open. So thank you both for showing how serious this soap life can be and how doing great work makes for a great soap and all the other products you have put into it as well.
Signing out from Houston Texas born natively from New Orleans Louisiana

Aug 14, 2018 • Posted by chloe williams

When is your next class so interested

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