Body Butter Making Class
These sessions are being conducted via Zoom due to the COVID-19 Pandemic
Making your own whipped body butter gives you the ability to care for your skin so that it has a healthier appearance. You can customize and control every step of the process.
This one-on-one session will guide you through the process of learning to make body butters. You will also have the knowledge to formulate your own recipes for future batches of body butter.
- Must be 10 years or older
- A hand or stand blender (with attachments no longer used for food after this class)
- Body butter ingredients (List will be emailed after purchase)
During this 40-minute class, you will learn:
- Tools & safety overview
- Good manufacturing processes
- All about the butters and oils: types and best uses
- Weigh your ingredients
- Whip up your butter!
- Q&A Session
You will receive:
- Hands on instruction & guidance
- Recipe & resource Handout
- Certificate of Completion via e-mail
This class is being held via Zoom. After purchase, you will be contacted by the instructor to schedule a class time.
About The Instructor
Sherita Cowell is the owner of MawAhh Skincare. She has been making skin care products for nine years and has taught many students to craft all sorts of skin care products. She teaches children and adults basic skin care making as well as formulation and advanced additive and design techniques during her Learn and Lather classes.
Students are encouraged to safely explore their crafty alter-ego in a supervised environment so they may have the skills and confidence to make body butter on their own. Learning this new skill will provide insight to other ways to care for you and your families skin and gives you more info to discern between all options available on the market today.
When Sherita is not acting like a mad scientist in her product production space, she is a huge foodie! Her 19 year career as a United States Navy Sailor is front and center these days. Her ultimate joys involve hanging out with her hubby soaking up some sun while sipping a cup of coffee.
- Wear clothing that can take a possible oil stain or two. Oils and butters can get messy and are not always easy to remove if absorbed by clothing.
- This session is being held via Zoom. Our homes are not always the most zen places every single hour of the day. Real life must happen somewhere! :-) Please devote your full attention to learning this craft during our time together.
- Cellphones must be on silent or vibrate. Step away from class if you need to take a call.
- If you need to cancel, submit notification by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 8 days PRIOR to the start of the class. You will receive a class credit good toward use for a future class date within the next year.
- If cancellation is requested between 7 days and 2 days (48 hours) before the start of the class, you will receive a partial credit of $25 to be applied to a future class offering. Cancellation must be submitted in writing to email@example.com
- Transfer your class to another student at least 24 hours before the start of class. E-mail your intentions along with your name and the first and last name of the new student to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you execute a transfer to student who does not show up to class, you will NOT receive a refund or class credit.
- If you are a no show for a class you will NOT receive a refund or class credit. There are no transfer/refund options for no shows. No show for Zoom sessions is 20 minutes after the start of pre-agreed to class time. Classes will start and and end at pre-agreed to time. Late class starts will NOT be accounted for with a later class end time.
- If I should have to cancel or reschedule the class for any reason, you reserve the right to receive a full refund.