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Herbal Skin Care: Natural Dye & Herbalism


Join herbalist, Megan Mastel, and natural dyer, Libby London, to explore the art and herbal benefits of plants—for your skin!

Your skin is your largest organ, so let's give it some extra attention! In this #SpotSpaLearningBar, you'll learn how to identify, process and create beautiful hues with plants that are good for the skin through bundle dyeing your own silk pillowcase and creating an herbal skin salve.

Your face has more contact with a pillowcase than any other fabric. Silk can be beneficial for your skin and hair, and it has been known to help with wrinkles, acne, bedhead and split ends, as well as being hypoallergenic and breathable for the skin. Herbal salves can provide support and relief with anything from minor cuts, scrapes and burns to dryness, rashes and bug bites. The magic of plants abounds!

Join us for a fun night of skin health, natural dyeing, herbal salve making and drinks, and you will leave with an herbal salve and one silk pillowcase that is crafted and tinted with colors from our natural landscape, made by your own hands!


Megan Mastel weaves together integrative, holistic and community-led health practices in her work with people and plants. As a permaculture designer, educator, herbalist and creative wellness advocate with organizations Land by Hand and Living Hearth, she facilitates connection through designing edible landscapes and sharing Earth-centered cultural traditions, story and craft. Her teaching offerings range from artistic retreats and permaculture design certifications to experiential skill shares with herbalism and food as medicine.

Libby London has a background in cold climate permaculture farming, cooperative sustainable farming and natural dyeing. She currently runs a natural dye business called Northern Dyer where she grows and forages for natural dye plants, teaches workshops, researches dye plants for our region in Minnesota and runs a custom dye lab.

Tickets are non-refundable, but can be transferred to another individual. If you have a conflict arise, please call us at 612–823–7768 to inquire about transferring your ticket to someone else.

Earlier Event: September 10
Ayurvedic Self-Care Rituals