Botanical Alchemy - Natural Skin Care & Aromatherapy Course - Devon, August 2020
In association with the Field Studies Council.
Dates - 5:30pm, Friday 7th August to 4pm, Sunday 9th August 2020
Venue - Slapton Ley Field Centre, Slapton, Kingsbridge, Devon TQ7 2QP - Click here for travel details.
- RESIDENT(SOLE OCCUPANCY): £325
- NON-RESIDENT: £230
- Plant to Perfume workshop
- Botanical Balms workshop
- Soap Making workshop
- Natural Face Cream workshop
- Mini Maceration workshop
You will take home the following organic products:
- · 10ml Roll On Oil Perfume
- · 100g Bar of Soap (approx..)
- · 25g Natural Face Cream
- · 25g Balm
- . 20g Macerated Oil
Details: There is a real beauty that can unfold when you make your own skin care products, whether it's a simple cleanser for your face or your own unique luxury perfume oil.
Having an appreciation for the natural ingredients, understanding where they come from and their precious qualities can inspire us to bring a whole new level of cherishing to our everyday skin care rituals.
In this course you will be introduced to a range of botanical ingredients that we will then use in mixing and making various beauty products for you to take home with you. We will spend some time getting familiar with a range of essential oils, their incredible scents, as well as their health and wellbeing properties. You will feel confident to choose your own blends, with support, to enrich the already nourishing base products we will put together.
The ingredients used will be of the highest quality and organic where possible. This workshop is open to all, and no experience is necessary. Everything will be provided for you although you may like to bring your own notebook and a pen. Please let Laura know if you have any allergies, especially those pertaining to the skin.
The ingredients used will be of the highest quality and organic where possible.
This workshop is open to all, and no experience is necessary.
Please get in touch if you have any questions or would like more details.
Check out more details about the venue at www.field-studies-council.org