If you are looking for date ideas, gifting an experience on someone's birthday or bringing along a friend, our soap making workshop is great to try something new.
At MIRA, we aim to provide you with a wholesome soap making experience. Suitable for beginners, this 1.5 hours session will introduce you to cold process method of soap making. You will first be informed about the different ways to make soap, benefits and attributes of the oils used and once you are familiar with the process, we will start the workshop and provide you with interesting tips and techniques along the way. Our classes are small and hence, you will be closely guided by our dedicated instructor. The last segment of the class would be a free and easy time for you to decorate your soaps with our selection of natural colorants and dried flowers and create interesting colours and patterns. You will also get to choose your scent from our wide range of essential oils.
Since these are private sessions, we are only taking in min 2 people and max 4 people at a time. In this workshop, you get to keep what you make, which is 500g soap per participant (that is equivalent to 4 soap bars). Please note that cold process soaps can only be cut 3 days after making and take about a month to cure.
Finished soaps will only be ready for self-collection after 4 weeks from date of workshop or we can deliver them to you at one address.
Our next slots are :
Feb 5th - 10.30 am - 12 pm
Feb 12th - 10:30 am - 12 pm
1. Can kids join the class?
This workshop is for adults only as we make cold process soaps which involve using lye and it needs to be managed very carefully.
2. I'm looking to learn soap making skills, how detailed is this class.
This workshop is to provide an experience for those seeking to try out something new. Its a hands on beginners workshop where we would be covering the basics.
3. Are there any other slots?
You can get in touch with us at +65 91829424 (Nupur) to check for availability.
4. Is the workshop cost per person?
Yes, the workshop cost is for two people. It works out to 129$ is per person.