FAQ

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Can I buy kits so I can make the natural skincare, delicious food and simpler clothing items at home?

The Woodland Orchards online shop will be coming in 2018. You'll be able to buy kits and supplies so that you can continue making the things you learn in the workshops.

Where do you run your workshops?

All products made at and recipes received from The Woodland Orchards workshop are for personal use only. You may give away or sell products on, though that requires you to observe and practice the relevent legal and health and safety regulations (principally Cosmetic Regulation (EC) No. 1223/2009). You may though undertake a course in making skincare to sell. If you contact us we can signpost you to some places where you can undertake a dedicated cosmetic regulation/legislation training program.

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Can I sell the products I make at The Woodland Orchards workshop?

If you have any questions please email us at create@thewoodlandorchards.com and we will contact you back as soon as we can.

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How do I contact you with a question?

If you email us at create@thewoodlamdorchards.com we will send you a list of any allergens that might be present in the skincare or food workshop ingredients.  We may be able to find alternatives to certain ingredients, though if you have a tree or ground nut allergy derivatives of these nuts, such as oils or nut butters, unfortunately, cannot be omitted from the recipes.

How do I find out allergy information about ingredients used in the workshop I'm attending?

We run our regular workshops in London. We can also deliver them anywhere that there is a suitable venue in the UK (and beyond), so please do ask if you'd like to have a Woodland Orchards event

I am pregnant or breastfeeding, do you need to know? And/or can I give any products as gifts to a pregnant or breastfeeding woman?

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If you are pregnant please contact us before your workshop so that we can prepare ingredients that are gentle, safe and appropriate for use during all trimesters of pregnancy and breast feeding.

If you intend to give anything you make to someone who is pregnant we will need to consider if there are any contraindications with essential oils or herbs.