Stambry's Crescent Moon Soap Company Inc.

Quincy Center

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Knowledgeable instructors teach 90-minute classes in which guests hand-make herbal bath products

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  • $25 for an herbal bath class (a $50 value)
  • $45 for an herbal bath class for two (a $100 value)

After learning about the relaxing properties of various herbs, students craft herbal bath teas, sugar scrubs, and fizzy shower tabs to take home during the 90-minute class. Students also leave with a set of instructions in order to recreate the fragrant products at home.

Stambry's Crescent Moon Soap Company

After years of blending her own hypoallergenic soaps to accommodate the needs of her daughter's sensitive skin, Pamela Tand reserved space at her first farmer's market, attracting an immediate and dedicated fan base. Now, more than 15 years later, she still crafts her own handmade soaps and bath products in small batches. After expanding with the help of business partner Steve Carousso, the company now offers natural products such as talc-free mineral eye shadows, as well as stationery and accessories.

On weekday evenings, the Quincy shop transforms into a soap-education classroom, as students concoct their own lathering agents, stirring cauldrons of molten fixings and bubbling essential oils over crackling electric fires. Tand spins thorough instructions and covers safety procedures that help guests avoid being bitten by a Bunsen burner.

Stambry's Crescent Moon Soap Company

After years of blending her own hypoallergenic soaps to accommodate the needs of her daughter's sensitive skin, Pamela Carousso reserved space at her first farmer's market, attracting an immediate and dedicated fan base. Now, more than 15 years later, she still crafts her own handmade soaps and bath products in small batches. After expanding with the help of business partner Steve Carousso, the company now offers natural products such as talc-free mineral eye shadows, as well as stationery and accessories.

A variety of classes are offered at the shop six days a week and two times per day. Students can concoct their own lathering agents, stirring cauldrons of molten fixings and bubbling essential oils over crackling electric fires. Carousso spins thorough instructions and covers safety procedures that help guests avoid being bitten by a Bunsen burner.

Customer Reviews

I had fun learning to make soap from this family run business. I'm not someone who buys expensive soaps or lotions but it's always fun to learn something new.
Yuet N. · October 24, 2013
Very nice class. Nice guy. Nice place.
Ann V. · October 15, 2013
Very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable - awesome experience and would certainly recommend!
Tara A. · October 2, 2013
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    Quincy Center

    1359 Hancock St.

    Quincy, Massachusetts 02169

    617-984-0013

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