Have you ever wanted to learn how to make cold processed soap? Cold processed soap is simply the blending of oils (and essential oils) with a water/lye solution. The blending of these two types of liquid begins a process of turning the oils to a solid that will lather, and offer cleaning qualities. We are so pleased to announce that a two week long class will be offered at Art House, located in the Brooklyn Center neighborhood of the west side of Cleveland.
When: Thursday, March 6 and 13 6:30-8:30pm
Where: Art House, located at 3119 Denison Avenue, Cleveland Ohio
Cost: $50.oo – the student will make a 1 pound loaf of soap, and several jars of salt scrub. All supplies will be included, and the student will go home with their own 1 pound mold for future use, along with several recipes.
1 pound mold will yield 4-5 bars of soap. Please note – because this is a chemical process you should use caution when working with the liquid blending, and the soap itself requires a 4 week cure time before use. Using the soap before this might mean that the soap pH level is not totally neutralized by the curing process.
How to sign up: Online. Click the link below (the art house logo) to sign up.