Join Holly Port of Lotion Bar Cafe (see bio below) and learn how to make spa-quality, emulsified body scrubs and luscious body butters. Holly will walk you through step-by-step how to make these products. You’ll learn how to formulate your own recipes using all-natural ingredients and essential oils.

This is a hands-on workshop where Holly will show you how to make spa-quality, products. If you’ve never tried an emulsified scrub then you are in for a treat. They are rich and creamy, much different from the oil/sugar varieties. An added benefit is that they do not leak in containers.

More of What Makes This Workshop Unique

Learn from a pro who is sharing her recipes, advice and tips.
How to package and label these products for resale.
How to price these products.
Bestselling scents.
Open up possiblities of making these products for retail, wholesale and even for spas.
For beginner through advanced.
Take home recipes and class handout.
Meet interesting, like-minded people.
Class is size of 12-14 students.
Each student will learn how to make emulsified scrubs and body butters. You will make and take home:

Full-size body butter
Full-size emulsified scrub
Biography – Holly Port is well-known in the indie beauty commuity. She is the President of Lotion Bar Cafe, based in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Holly speaks at conferences throughout the U.S. She has a retail store under the same name. Holly is also the author of the very popular book, “Make It Fizz: A guide to making bathtub treats.”

Holly will be bringing copies of her book to sign and sell. She will also have retail products from her store and line of beauty products for purchase during class.

Class Date: Tuesday, January 23

Time: 6-9 p.m.

Course Fee: $135 early bird through January 15. Then regular rate of $168.  Price includes workshop, materials, supplies and a valuable class handout with formulation tips, instructions and a list of Holly’s favorite suppliers.

 

About

Marla B.
Alchemy began for me as a child growing up in central Illinois. I would create infusions with botanicals found walking in the woods, forgaging in fields and in my garden. In 1998 I created my botanical beauty company, launching stores in Boston and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Now I show students how to create their own indie beauty products and encourage them through their transformational journey.

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