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American Clinics for Preventive Medicine

Quinnie's Kitchen: Handcrafted Soap Making Class

The best soap is the one that you make yourself. Learn to make handcrafted natural soap from scratch! Never buy soap again in 2023!

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Quinnie's Kitchen: Handcrafted Soap Making Class
Quinnie's Kitchen: Handcrafted Soap Making Class

Time & Location

May 20, 2023, 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM EDT

American Clinics for Preventive Medicine, 1343 Terrell Mill Road SE ste 100, Marietta, GA 30067, USA

About the event

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Cold Process  Soap that is made without the use of external heat is known as the “cold process” method of soap-making. When oils (fats) are mixed with lye water, a chemical reaction called, saponification occurs and the  mixture will become soap.

Why Make Your Own Soap?

Because it’s a fun and creative outlet that allows you the flexibility to create a soap that is suited for any skin type. You will be able to control what ingredients go on your skin. It is also a great way to make some extra money and soap makes  a great gifts for family and friends.

Once you acquire the skills necessary to make all -natural handcrafted soap. You will discover its many benefits for your skin and your pocketbook. Natural handcrafted soap is gentler on the skin, leaving the skin mantle intact. A great number of commercial soap companies use ingredients that are harmful to your skin and the environment.

Yes, commercial soaps will remove the dirt and along with it a host of other important bacteria that are important for your skin’s health.

The class will make a 4-pound batch of vegan cold-pressed soap, in addition to the following:

A brief history of soap making

Essential equipment, supplies, and materials

Safety guidelines when making soap

Measurements and proper mixing temperatures

Using natural ingredients to color

Adding natural exfoliants

Scenting your soap using natural pure essential oils

Molding options

Curing, cutting, and storing your soap

Labeling Options

In this class we make a batch of soap together as a class this will give you a thorough understanding on to how to make natural vegetarian/vegan soap from scratch. You will leave with your very own customized mini-batch of soap plus a handout and information so that you can go home and make your own soap. Note: Soap making involves using lye (sodium hydroxide) all participants need to be over the age of 18. Cold-pressed soap takes usually 4 weeks to cure, so the sample soaps will not be able to use immediately. The only immediate use soaps are those made by using the hot press or melt & pour method of soap making.

*Please wear or bring a long sleeve shirt and closed toed shoes. You can bring your own personal rubber gloves and eye goggles if you prefer, however, some will be available for use in class.*Maximum Class Size: 12 people

$65.00 (Includes Supplies)**No Class Refunds- Class Transfer Fee is 50%  and must be applied within 60 days.** Students must wear or bring long sleeves.**Safely transport a batch of soap by bringing a small shoebox and an old towel.

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Presenter: Quinnie Cook-Richardson

Quinnie Cook-Richardson started making soap and skincare products to help relieve her daughter's irritated skin caused by eczema. After reading the ingredients list of many of the so called natural products she was purchasing. She decided to teach herself how to make her own skincare products for her family. Quinnie is a Master Soap Maker specializing in the vegan cold processed method of soap making for over 10 years. Quinnie is a great instructor who shares her passion for soap making with her students who all have been 100% satisfied with her class.

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