DIY Skin Care Using Clay
Elena Mercurio leads a lively and interactive session about the many wonderful uses of natural products and essential oils. She dives into the benefits of clay, herbs, skin-care oils, and essential oils.
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Saturday, Feb. 15, 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Making your own skin-care products is a lot easier than you think it might be. Elena Mercurio leads a lively and interactive session about the many wonderful uses of natural products and essential oils. She dives into the benefits of clay, herbs, skin-care oils, and essential oils. At the end of the workshop, participants make their very own clay mask to take home! This workshop is sponsored by Frontier Co-op.
Note: Hands-On Workshops can only be accessed by FAIR passholders. Before purchasing this workshop, please order your advance pass to the Texas FAIR. Tickets will not be sent in the mail for this workshop. You will check in at the event with the number of tickets purchased in your party. Please save your order confirmation. All Hands-On Workshops are nonrefundable and nontransferable. Workshop time and date are subject to change.
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