Make Your Own Botanical Skincare

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Ever wanted to learn how to make your own natural skincare products from beautiful botanic ingredients? 

Keen to learn how to use plants growing in your garden for your own beauty regime?

    Archeus founder Georgina Langdale has been shortlisted in international awards for her formulations for Archeus. In this workshop she will work with you in a small group to introduce you to the joy and fun of making your own natural skincare products.

    You will get to make a moisturiser, mist, cleanser and mask. Along the way you will learn about the beneficial properties of a selection of plants as you chop, mix and blend. You'll discover some of the Archeus plant essences and elixirs.  You will learn how to read a cosmetic label and you will have lots of fun.

    If the weather is good we will also spend some time in the garden where you will get to meet some of the plants that you will be working with.

    The workshop runs from  10 - 3pm and you get to take everything you make home with you. Snacks and refreshments are provided but feel free to bring something along to share at lunch.

    The class is limited to eight people. 

    Please note: this replaces the level 1 and 2 workshops we ran last season.

    You can see more about the workshop and our location on the 'A Closer Look' tabs below.



    Product Details

    • Come to the beautiful Archeus Apothecary near Napier
    • All materials are included in the course fee.
    • You will get to take your own creations home with you.
    • Use ingredients we use to make Archeus products
    • See our group booking discount codes here

    About this Product

    Learn how to make your own natural and organic skincare on this inspiring day out at the beautiful Archeus Apothecary

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