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Vegan Skincare

  • COMMUNE 901 Bourke Street Waterloo, NSW, 2017 Australia (map)

Are you looking for vegan skincare without any hidden nasties? Finding it tough to find products that are as kind on the earth as they are on your skin? Come along to this workshop and learn how you can create your own range of plant-based skincare, specifically tailored to your skin-type, without the use of animal products or plastics!

This fun and messy one and a half hour workshop will invite you to take your regime back into your own hands. With a focus on simple ingredients found in most kitchens, your new range of skincare will be good enough to eat (literally!)

What you'll learn:
- The nasties you might find in store-bought products and why you should be avoiding them
- Why vegan skincare is better for your health and the planet
- Best practices for making and using your skincare
- Where to source ethical, cruelty free ingredients

What you'll get (all customised with essential oils):
- A coffee bliss ball scrub
- A chocolate mud mask
- A chocolate or mint dry shampoo
- An all-purpose balm
- Some vegan wax to take home
- The opportunity to share your journey, tips and tricks for lighter living on this beautiful planet and listen to others!
- A digital recipe booklet with more recipes, stockists and tips for making your own cruelty free skincare

What to bring:
- A bag for your loot
- A smile!


About the teacher:
Kirsty Mootz is the maker and mind behind Parva Skincare. Kirsty is passionate about sharing her knowledge on how to make high quality, ethical, cruelty free and organic skincare; a healthier choice for your skin and the planet!
IG: @parva.little.things

This series of workshops is part of COMMUNE's Our Hood program, celebrating culture, community and freedom of expression. In a city where neighbours are often strangers, discover connections with like-minded people amongst the beautiful spaces of COMMUNE Waterloo. COMMUNE Our Hood is supported by the City of Sydney.

Earlier Event: 12 March
COMMUNE presents: Stories of Survival
Later Event: 30 March