• Date

    Tuesday 18/7/2023

  • Time


  • Location

    Bayleys House, 30 Gaunt St

DIY Skincare Workshop

Learn how to make your own natural beauty and skincare products and help the environment as part of Plastic Free July. 

Join us for a hands-on workshop led by Juliette from The Recreators, who is also the founder of White Cloud Skincare and a passionate advocate of eco-friendly living.

Date and time: Tuesday 18 July, 5pm-7pm

Cost: $20 per person

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Why make your own beauty products during Plastic Free July?

💚 Plastic pollution is a major problem, and making your own beauty products is a great way to reduce your plastic footprint.

💚 Natural and sustainable ingredients are better for your skin and the environment.

💚 You can customise your products to your specific needs.

💚 You’ll save money on store-bought products.

What you’ll get:

✨ All the ingredients and supplies you need to make your own products

🥂 A complimentary beer, bubbles or non-alcoholic beverage. Extra drinks may be purchased.

🌮 Tasty sliders from the catering station

🛍️ A re-usable Harbour Grounds tote bag to take home your creations

What you’ll learn:

💚 How to choose the right natural ingredients for your skin type

💚 How to make lip balm, bath bombs, body scrub, and infused oils

💚 How to package your products in reusable jars

Dietary restrictions: We can accommodate the following dietaries, (please select when purchasing your ticket): vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, dairy free & halal.

All proceeds will go to Trees that Count, a conservation charity dedicated to planting native trees in Aotearoa.

Please note photography and filming will take place at this event. If you’d prefer not to have your image used in this way, just let our friendly photographer know.

This event is part of Plastic Free July, a global movement that encourages people to reduce their plastic consumption for the month of July. By participating in this workshop, you can help to reduce plastic pollution and make a difference for the environment.

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