Want to know how soap is made? And what really goes into it? We use soap every day – some of us more than others – but many of us don’t know how it is made and what is actually in it. Susan Bushe from Bekkevoort, near Diest, runs her own handmade soap-making business called The Croft Artisanal Products. This weekend – Friday, Saturday and Sunday June 17-19 from 10:30 am to 5 pm – Susan opens up her business to visitors for an Open Day.
During this weekend you can get answers to all the questions you have on soap. You can also watch soap-making demonstrations (at 11 am and 3 pm each day) and see her broad range of different soaps for the whole family. These include soap for cooks; soap for teenagers; soap for hardworking hands; soap that helps people suffering from eczema or psoriasis; and soap for every skin type.
This is a unique opportunity to see how soap is made, with the chance to ask Susan your soapy questions. And every visitor receives a free sample (for as long as stocks last).
Come along to The Croft’s Soap Kitchen, Zelliksebaan19a (situated at the corner of Zelliksebaan and Struikstraat), 3460 Bekkevoort