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If you'd love to attend a workshop, get in touch
Would you love to learn how to make your own
gorgeous, organic skincare products?

Making organic skincare products for yourself, family or friends is easy, fun and will save you pounds, compared to buying organic skincare products on the high street, plus you'll know exactly what you're putting on you and your families skin.  


Want to know more?  Join me on one day workshop and learn the skills to make your own beautiful organic skincare products, using natural and organic ingredients.  Make a capsule range of products which can be mixed and matched with clays and exfoliants to create many more products! 


Workshops are held near Norwich, Norfolk and are open to everyone, but are particularly suitable for anyone who is new to making skincare products. The workshops are kept small so that each person can receive individual attention if needed. 


All ingredients and materials are provided, Just bring an apron!

You can read independant reviews about our workshops here at the Craft Courses website

Here’s what you will learn, create and take home on the day!

Learn about the different types of products you can make.

Explore the different types of ingredients; plant oils, butters, waxes, clays, exfoliants, essential oils and hydrosols used in natural skincare products.

Discuss the role of antioxidants, emulsifiers and preservatives suitable for use in organic skincare.

You will make 4 beautiful organic facial or body care products suitable for your skin type. 

Learn new skills enabling you to continue making your own beautiful products at home.

All the information discussed on the day and the formulas for the products you make, are included in a printed spiral bound handbook to take home with you.  The handbook Includes handy charts to help you choose the right essential oils, plant oils,butters and waxes. UK suppliers list for packaging, ingredients and equipment. Further reading and how to take your new found skills to the next level.





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