• Image of Botanical Beauty - July 30
  • Image of Botanical Beauty - July 30
  • Image of Botanical Beauty - July 30

Do you know that Newfoundland can look good on you? In the most unsuspecting places our island grows mighty herbs that can be used on the skin with remarkable results. Want to know more? SeaBerry has partner with certified herbalist Felicity Roberts to bring you this one of a kind workshop on how to make wildcrafted skincare straight from the Rock.

Come for a walk with us on the hills of Signal Hill and learn how to identify some of the local plants that grow wild in Newfoundland. Hear Felicity talk about their tales, properties and traditional medicinal uses. In the afternoon, we’ll be at the SeaBerry’s Lab where we’ll create luscious skincare with those same plants.

All products we will be making are vegan!

Learn:
• How to identify burdock, plantain, raspberry, rose and yarrow in the wild
• The properties of these plants and how to use their different parts for skincare
• The theory behind different skincare formulations
• The tools and techniques for making skincare products with foraged botanicals

Take Home:
• 4 full size products in beautiful packaging (over $70 retail value)
• A manual with professional colour photos and an overview of the herbs, recipes, techniques, and ingredients featured in the workshop ($25 retail value)
• The knowledge to create these products at home

Create:
Yarrow Flower Tincture – Learn the technique on how to make this traditional herbal extract and its uses.
Wild Rose Affair Moisturizer – A light but nutrient rich cream made with rose petals and raspberry leaf infused olive oil. It can be used in the face and body.
Newfoundland Band-Aid Salve – This is the powerful salve that you are going to reach for when there is a scrape, a bruise, a bug bite or if your hands need extra TLC. Made with plantain, burdock and raw shea butter.
Flowery Salt Scrub - A wonderful exfoliant and skin softener with fresh flowers to boot.

When? Sunday July 30 from 10am to 4pm. rain or shine

Where? Morning : Meet at the Signal Hill National Historic Site Visitor Information Centre parking lot for a 2 hour walk where we will be identifying and talking about the properties of several wild plants found in the Newfoundland. Afternoon: We’ll meet at the SeaBerry Studios Lab (29 Symonds Place) and we’ll make skincare products with the plants identified in the morning walk.

Cost: $155 *all materials, fees, and taxes *

Only 6 spots!

Have questions? contact hello@seaberrystudiosskincare.ca

NOTE: We need a minimum of 3 people for the workshop to go ahead. Refund only if cancellation is done by July 21st (but you really don’t want to miss this, right?!).

Click Below to Register!