Make your own soap using herbs out of your garden

Overview

Do you struggle to find the right product that doesn’t cause your skin to flare up? Or just curious about soap making in general? Join apothecarist and naturalist advocate Yoke King of Mayura Apothecary for a hands on soap making workshop using ingredients that come right out of your home garden! She will start with explaining the basic principles of cold process soap making and the roles of the various ingredients you will be using. This will be followed by a detailed step-by-step coaching coupled with a demonstration and hands-on practice for cold process soap making using herbs from the garden for a truly garden-to-skin experience.

Key details

  • Days/Dates:
    • Wednesday, 6 March 2019 
    • Thursday, 7 March 2019 
    • Friday, 8 March 2019 
    • Saturday, 9 March 2019 
    • Sunday, 10 March 2019 
  • Time: 11am – 2pm
  • Venue:  3-07 3rd Floor D’ Pandan Business Square, Jalan Avenue Ampang 3, Ampang Avenue, 68000, 68000 Ampang Jaya, Selangor
  • Price: RM200

What will be provided

  • Soap making ingredients and tools
  • Carrier box (to bring home your 4 bars of handmade soaps)
  • Tea and light refreshments

Who can attend

  • Guests aged 14 and above

What participants should bring

  • Camera
  • Pen
  • Notebook
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About The Host
Mayura Apothecary_Expert Profile Image_Yoke King

Yoke King is the co-founder of natural skincare line Mayura Apothecary. She started developing allergies in 2009 due to an autoimmune system disorder caused by work stress which served as a turning point in her life. This eventually led to her leaving her high-flying corporate job in 2013 in search of a more meaningful life, which found her embarking on a path to become an apothecarist. As a believer in a holistic lifestyle, she is an advocate of using natural, therapeutic skincare and safe, gentle household products, and has embraced healthy cooking and effective herbal remedies in her daily life.