Natural Baby Workshop
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About the Course
Would you bathe your baby in petrol?
If you are currently using mainstream baby products that's exactly what you are doing.
In fact, if you take a look at the ingredients in most soaps, lotions, and hair products on the market today, you’ll find they’re loaded with unhealthy chemicals.
Parabens… PABA… PEG… propylene glycol… SLS
These chemicals pose real dangers to yours and your baby’s health. And yet they are government approved and sit proudly on supermarket shelves.
Frightening isn’t it?
On this workshop you will make:
A buttermilk and oat flour soap, using an easy soap making process – the melt and pour method. (Yes. this soap uses the same ingredients as Burts Bees Buttermilk Baby Soap that retails for £5 a bar!)
A nappy rash cream that contains calming and soothing chamomile essential oil
A natural baby lotion that is so mild and pure that it is made using all natural ingredients so it won’t harm your baby’s delicate skin
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
Tools and materials are included in the course fee as well as fun and giggles.
We also sell the ingredients that you would have used in this workshop so that you can go home and make more. Please bring bags and bottles if you intend to buy. Send us an email and we will be able to advise you.
The workshop runs from 10am-11.30am.
Please note: this workshop is suitable for persons 16 years old and above.
Can't wait to try these out on my baby. What an eye-opener! Thank you for all the helpful information.
Fiona - - #13294
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Course Start DatesThursday 19th April 2018
Thursday 24th May 2018
- Accessible by public transport
- Suitable for beginners
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