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Low Waste Living Workshop: Beauty Products
Want to be kind to the planet, your skin and your wallet? Join our natural beauty product workshop for a sustainable pampering experience.
You will learn how to make a body scrub out of coffee waste, an all natural deodorant and a customised, soothing bath soak. You will have a set of your very own natural beauty products to take home, as well as recipe cards to replicate them. Our experienced facilitators will guide you step-by-step through the recipes and share our low waste beauty routine essentials and tips.
Making your own beauty products will save you money, reduce packaging waste and is less harmful for your health and the environment. A perfect workshop to learn something new, share tips on low waste living and meet like-minded people. All tools and materials will be provided.
The BID is offering this FREE of charge to make the Northbank a better place to be and work and the activity will take about 1 hour.
We anticipate high volumes of interest for these workshops, register on eventbrite to avoid disappointment
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