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Natural Moisturising Creams - Class - Saturday 6th May 2017
Natural Moisturising Creams
“Natural Moisturising Cream Making with Lise Racine 'The Herbal Gardener'”
Learn how to make fresh, chemical free, nature rich, natural, handmade moisturising creams. Lise will share with you her knowledge from practical cream making applied for over 8 years. She will demonstrate step by step how to make a simple recipe that works every time. You will get the tools allowing you to modify the recipe to create your own alchemy in cream making.
This will allow you to customise your moisturising cream creations according to your needs and the ones of your nearest and dearest.
Notes of every steps are provided. You will go home with two 25 g jars of fresh moisturising cream made on the day..
Lise's business The Herbal Gardener is a small family owned farm established by Lise Racine over 10 years ago. In 2008, full certification under the Australian Demeter Bio-Dynamic Agricultural Method was achieved. This enables The Herbal Gardener to use the prestigious Demeter mark of quality on all their products. As Lise’s four young daughters grew older, she developed an interest in providing them with high quality, natural skin care products.
While her small organic farm continued to grow, Lise began to explore her interest in herbal remedies by developing natural skin care solutions using Organic Calendula Oil. In 2013, Lise completed a traditional herbalist course to add to her earlier nursing qualifications. She is now pursuing studies in botany to further advance her herbal studies program. Lise has been making a range of skin care for a number of years now and has been selling them at local markets and outlets. She only uses the best quality ingredients to create a product that you can trust to put on your skin.
Saturday 6th May 2017. The class runs for 4 hours from 9.30am to 1.30pm, with morning tea at 11-11.30am. Try to arrive 10minutes prior to have a cuppa and settle in.
$145 this includes notes on making creams, and samples of moisturising cream to take home, as well as morning tea of herbal delights.
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Mudbrick Cottage Herb Farm 491 Gold Coast Springbrook Road Mudgeeraba. If travelling southbound on the M1 take exit 79 If travelling northbound on the M1 take exit 80 Follow the signs to Springbrook, we are 5 km from Mudgeeraba on the left hand side of the road.
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