- Making Aromatic Bodycare Products 58min
Making Aromatic Bodycare Products
What You'll Learn
- The different skincare products and their applications
- Various botanical ingredients and their properties
- How to combine ingredients for efficacy and personalisation
- Understand dilutions and ratios of ingredients for safe application
- Benefits of Essential oils
- How to use the products you create
- Suggestions on how to adapt and personalize the recipes
This course is for anyone who wishes to deepen their connection to plant-based ingredients and gain confidence and curiosity in creating simple yet effective skincare.
Combining various botanical ingredients and a few of your favourite essential oils can open up a wealth of beautifying and nourishing recipes that you can easily make at home, for yourself and others and help rekindle joy in making and using things with intention.
So, why not elevate what may be considered a mundane ‘daily ablution’ into a sensory, mindful, ‘care-giving’ ritual? Whatever your personal grooming practices, the simple recipes and guidance presented here can be adjusted to different seasons and individual preferences, with additional insight into the spiritual and energetic aspects of each product and its appropriate skincare use.
Please Note: this course was originally recorded for an event called AromaSummit; as such, you may hear mention of this event during the presentation.
Tanya Moulding (TIDHA, MIFPA) trained in Clinical Aromatherapy, Massage and Energy medicine. She is a practicing clinical aromatherapist, aromacologist, botanical perfumer and educator.
Tanya now combines her part-time clinical work within the NHS in Oncology + Palliative Care with delivering talks and workshops in blending, botanical skincare and botanical perfumery. She has a particular passion for unusual ingredients and the historical, magical and esoteric use of plants, providing conceptual fragrance ideas and sensory learning activities for special events, museums and public spaces. She has taught historical perfumery at many English Heritage sites and local museums, and delivers public and corporate events on olfaction and botanical blending.