- 54 Ratings
Soap-Making Class in Denver
Have some fun with a soap-making workshop where you work with helpful instructors. Learn the secrets behind this common product as you get your hands dirty.
What You Will Do
- Gain a better grasp of how soap is made with an entertaining class that teams you up with experts
- Enjoy informative and easy-to-follow instructions that will give you the tools to work on your own
- Go home with over nine bars of soap made from organic coconut, olive, and palm oils
- Get the proper skills you need to make soap again and again in the comfort of your home
- Soap-making workshop
- 54 Ratings
I gave this rating because it was exciting to learn the process of soap making but mostly it was a ton of fun! The best part, is that I left this class wanting to go home and make more soap. Thank you!!
This class was fun. My daughter and I really enjoyed every step of the way to making our soap. I would recommend this class to anyone looking to do something outside of the box.
It was difficult to hear the instructor with the music that was playing in the background.
Easy to follow instructions. Workshop was well organized and all materials were available and plentiful.
this was such a fun experience! With such a large group I feel that the 2nd "teacher" should have been more experienced/informed/confident because, there was a lot of miscommunication from her. This led to people starting before they should have and at time mixing ingredients that out of order etc. The work space was a bit squishy with all the people but other than that this was amazingly fun! I LOVE that shop and and plan on coming back with my friend to take the cheese board class!
The influx of late sign ups the morning of the class t made it more difficult for instructor. It was a bit hectic and made the experience less enjoyable.
Our facilitator was great at explaining the process. The space was kind of tight, I wish we were able to work on two tables so that we weren't on top of one another. Also, this is not the biggest deal in the world, but I would have preferred not to share stick blenders because there was no consistency in how folks stored them after they used it. If a general announcement about placing them in a clean bowl or something was made, that would have made it better. People were just leaving them on the tarp, close to other used materials like spatulas and lye bowls. Lastly, it would have been helpful to have written steps on a board or wall for reference during the session. Overall this was a great time! Those were a few things that could have made it smoother for me, personally.
I realize that I have so much more to learn!!
I liked how all of the work stations were set up from the start with most everything we would need. Great to walk out of class with up to 10 homemade soaps! The colors and scents available were all good. However, the class was way too large making it crowded and hard to move around the room. The instruction was weak at best. For a beginner class, the teacher needed to give an overview of equipment in front of each person and walk slowly through each of the steps of the soap making process. Having the steps on a sheet of paper on the wall with small print that nobody could see was unacceptable. I was also concerned about having kids in the class working with such potent materials like the lye (sp?) That stuff is seriously dangerous if not handled with care. With some improvements, the class could be outstanding.