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Sun, May 29


All One One All (AOOA) Farm

Herbal Skincare 101

Learn how to make your own skin care products from natural, wholesome, recognizable ingredients, including AOOA plants and herbs!

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Herbal Skincare 101
Herbal Skincare 101

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May 29, 2022, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

All One One All (AOOA) Farm, 221 Craigville Rd, Goshen, NY 10924, USA

About the event

Want to learn how to make your own skin care products from natural, wholesome, recognizable ingredients?  Look no further! Join herbalist Ali Rohde of Northern Sky Botanicals and learn about the plants and herbs most used in skincare, along with their unique properties and benefits. Ali will share which oils and plant butters are best for the skin, and teach you how to choose the right ones for your skin type.  Each participant will prepare their own tin of lip balm and start their own jar of infused calendula oil, which can be used in future projects. You'll leave with a solid foundation for working with herbs for skincare, as well as recipes and instructions so you can continue to make your own herbal products at home!

Light refreshments will be served.

Ali Rohde is an herbalist, forager, writer and permaculture designer living on the land of the Lenape people in the Pochuck Valley of northern New Jersey. She comes from a long line of herbalists, and has been foraging and practicing herbal medicine more formally for just under a decade. She has studied with the Herbal Academy of New England and is currently a student of Sajah Popham at the School of Evolutionary Herbalism. Her specialty is working with nourishing, abundant wild plants, and her passion is empowering people to work with the herbs that grow right outside their doors. In 2017, she started Northern Sky Botanicals, an herbal skincare company that uses local and high quality organic plants to make nourishing, joyful, healthy products.


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