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Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I never felt I could formulate a product as I felt I had a missing link. What kind of oil to use? These next few weeks with you is going to change that.
Susan has certainly given me my greatest insight into the carrier oils and the many benefits and effects they can bring. I have thoroughly enjoyed this new knowledge and gained great inspiration from the course, her book and fellow students on the face book group. I highly recommend this course to any one who enjoys working with natural ingredients . Carrier oils have now opened a whole new world to me and given me a greater understanding of blending .
Beeswax is the most traditional wax used in salves and balms, but it's not the only option! In this booklet you'll find a range of plant based botanical waxes to use for vegan skincare formulations.
But, all waxes work differently in a formula. In this guide you'll find techniques for working with a range of different botanical waxes including:
How to make body and massage oils, beginning with a base oil and combining carrier oils and other lipids to create result specific blends. Includes recipe templates for:
A booklet with recipe ideas and methods for making whipped body butters to complement the work you will do inside the course. Whipping creamy, airy creations requires the right combination of fatty acids and a few techniques to get the right consistency. Inside you'll find:
Make potent, healing salves and balms with carrier oils and plant butters. Includes recipes and formula templates and melt points for vegan and traditional waxes and plant butters.
Inside you'll find recipes and formulas you can use as is or as a template to work from as you create your own including my:
Whether you're creating an oil serum to boost collagen production, infusing skin healing herbs for future formulas, or you're looking for that one carrier oil that is your perfect skincare match for everyday use.
In this 5-week comprehensive course, you will learn how to transform your skincare serums and facial oils, creams and lotions, herbal and botanical infusions and EO blends with the wide range of carrier oils available today.
You will study and work with oils like camellia seed oil, plum kernel oil, marula, passion fruit seed oil, watermelon oil, cucumber seed oil, pumpkin seed oil, evening primrose oil, borage seed oil and so many more.
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If you get into the course and you find it's just not for you, you can get a full refund within the first 30 days after the course starts. No questions asked.
You get permanent access to the course so you can study at your own pace and refer back to the materials as you need to in the future.
Once you complete the course modules and and turn in a 'final assignment' (it's fun I promise!) I'll have your Certificate of Completion ready for you.
We do not offer continuing education credits
While I am often asked about course hours I hesitate to put a time stamp on the course! I encourage you instead to work at YOUR pace. Some people pick up the chemistry, others (my self included) need time to experience, experiment and study for the concepts to take root.
Not only will l be here to support you in your educational journey along with your fellow students, the oils are here for you too!
I learn from the oils every day and as you get to know them they become friends. With the oils at your fingertips, your options for creating, crafting and refining everything from luxurious facial oils to infused herbal balms, are limitless.
I invite you to join me,
Susan M Parker
author of Power of the Seed
PS: Since 2017 I have been partnering with my daughter Olivia to bring these courses, research projects and programs to you and the rest of the lipid world.
The picture here is Olivia and me in Spain in October 2018 when we were invited to Madrid to teach, and then to Jaen, Spain to visit the ancient, wild olive relative acebuche.