Massage Oil Candle Workshop - Redolent Revival

 
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On Friday, March 1st from 17.30- 19.00 Tara Streiff of Redolent Revival will host her next candle-making workshop at Frontløberne.

In January, Tara led two cosy hands-on workshops where participants were guided through the process of creating their very own scented soy wax candle form start to finish.

This time, participants will create massage oil candles. As your candle burns, you’ll have the possibility of an oil massage at your fingertips. Select your own fragrance from a selection of bespoke scents, specially blended by Tara for this workshop.

 
 
 
 
 
 

“The focus will be to have a relaxing Friday evening in a stress/anxiety free environment, to meet new people, as well as to have a creative outlet where all the materials are provided for you.

From this workshop you will be informed about the ingredients we will be using, as well as the function of each step of the process.

You will be able to make something purposeful, that is just as well made from recyclable/reuseable materials. And it's also a low waste craft that's vegan friendly!”

Tara Streiff, Redolant Revival

Surrounded by the beautiful massage oil aromas, you will learn how high-quality ingredients like soy wax, shea butter, almond oil and vitamin E oil are used to create each candle.

Treat yourself or your significant other to an oil massage whenever you like!

This workshop is suitable for adults, and no prior experience is necessary.

Just 5 spots are remaining, you can sign up here.

 
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:Redolent Revival


Redolent Revival is a small batch candle company created by Tara Streiff. All their vegan-friendly, soy wax candles are designed and hand-poured in Aarhus. Each scent is thoughtfully curated using quality fragrance oils, in pursuit of creating a uniquely blended fragrance; a nostalgia-evoking decoration for another sense.

 
 
 

AARHUSMAKERS organise creative workshops throughout the year, We’re excited to give local artists and designers a platform to share their practice and for the community to learn and build their creative skills. Keep you eyes on our social media or sign up to our mailing list to stay updated.

Visuals by Mariana Gil Photography