september 10th to 20th

Making Facial Oils

[Free] 3-part series on creating facial oils

Learn how to create a potent and effective combination of plant oils, or pick that one perfectly balanced oil to use all on its own 

Making facial oils is a 3 part series on how to create a facial oil and on the many possibilities that await you inside.

Whether you want to create your own skincare using nutritiously dense plant oils, or you are building a facial oil for your skincare line, join me in this series to learn about the process of combining plant oils to create potent and effective facial oils.  

In this 3-part series: 

  • Why create facial oils? oil and skin and why this is the best addition to your skincare line or personal skincare routine 
  • Naturally preservative free skincare. When you work only oils you can create shelf-stable skincare without preservatives.
  • Discover singles ~ these are single oils that are nutritious and balanced in their fatty acid profile making them exceptional facial oils all on their own.  I have found dozens of these balanced oils, but in this series we will be focusing in on a handful of important ones.
  • Combining oils ~ How many oils is too many and how do you choose the right oils for a combination? I will show you some of the methods and techniques as well as considerations that I incorporate when creating a new facial oil blend.

september 10th to 20th

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Making Facial Oils 

Hey there,

I'm Susan M Parker and I am here to guide you in your work with the lipid oils and carriers that make up such a rich and important part of skincare and skincare formulation. 

Since my book Power of the Seed: Your Guide to Oils for Health & Beauty was published in 2014 the world of oils has been growing rapidly. In 2017, together with my Olivia, my daughter and business partner, we opened registration for our first course devoted to the carriers and lipid oils. Since then we have grown our course offerings and opened the Lipid Oils Academy. 

Welcome, and I am so glad to have you in our world. 

The picture here is Olivia and me in Spain in October 2018 when we went over to teach in Madrid and then visit the wild olive relative, Acebuche in Jaen, Spain.