Apothecary Muse

Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Contact: Eryn Hughes
Phone: (412)345-3502

Email:

Website: http://www.apothecarymuse.com

Eryn offers visual and hands-on workshops in natural soapmaking processes, including herbal infusions and aromatherapy blending basics, per her training.  Clients include families, workplaces, conferences and schools as independence-building exercises.  


Current listings of public workshops are listed on Facebook

In-Person Classes

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

SOAP CLASS -MAKING DIY GIFTS + WOODEN MOLD – OCTOBER 1ST, 2019 7PM-9PM

7:00 - 9:00pm - Apothecary Muse 6732 Reynolds St.(side entrance), Pittsburgh, PA

Make your gifts this holiday season!  Learn the basics of handcrafted soapmaking in an equipped, professional soapmaking facility!  Eryn Hughes of Apothecary Muse is a certified soap teacher who will demonstrate and supervise a hands-on class blending science and art for the local soap enthusiast. 

Students will use natural materials, learn basic chemistry of aroma and color in traditional cold-process soap. All materials and equipment provided, no previous experience required.  Students will take home a large batch of their soap in a keepsake wooden loaf mold with instructions for cutting into up to 12 full-sized bars at home to continue curing for a few weeks before gifting.  Different techniques and blending processes will be covered in subsequent classes, so students may opt to register for repeat classes or just basic soapmaking.  This class is for adults only.

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Tuesday, October 8, 2019

SOAP CLASS -MAKING DIY GIFTS + WOODEN MOLD – OCTOBER 8th, 2019 7PM-9PM

7:00 - 9:00pm - Apothecary Muse 6732 Reynolds St.(side entrance), Pittsburgh, PA

Make your gifts this holiday season!  Learn the basics of handcrafted soapmaking in an equipped, professional soapmaking facility!  Eryn Hughes of Apothecary Muse is a certified soap teacher who will demonstrate and supervise a hands-on class blending science and art for the local soap enthusiast. 

Students will use natural materials, learn basic chemistry of aroma and color in traditional cold-process soap. All materials and equipment provided, no previous experience required.  Students will take home a large batch of their soap in a keepsake wooden loaf mold with instructions for cutting into up to 12 full-sized bars at home to continue curing for a few weeks before gifting.  Different techniques and blending processes will be covered in subsequent classes, so students may opt to register for repeat classes or just basic soapmaking.  This class is for adults only.

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