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MKT MKT Holiday Market

We are excited to announce that The Sage Soap Company is hosting its first holiday market in Guelph: MKT MKT Holiday Market. Holiday Market - Food - MusicSaturday, December 14th - St.George's Anglican Church99 Woolwich St, Guelph, ON N1H 3V110am-4pm Tables must be set-up by 9:30am and torn down by 5:30pm6ft tables provided$90/tableLooking for makers, movers, shakers, creators, thrifters, artists, DIYers, food vendors, photographers and musicians. We'll prioritize those who make their items by hand. Apply here until September 27th: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc7hCYvxm9cyf48n5lJH0x1TnPsA57tHLXDEsFekHy9J4mOHA/viewform

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Upcoming Workshops

We have two awesome workshops coming up before the summer. We won't be running anymore until the early fall.  Botanical Soapmaking (only 3 spots left) - this Saturday from 2-4pm at 10C downtown GuelphDIY Beauty Event - 3 DIYs, goodie bags, refreshments, mini bouquet | May 11th 2-4pm at 10C downtown Guelph

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Our Chai Recipe

Where I live in Canada, it has been a blizzard for the past 24 hours. Extremely windy, rainy and snowy. I had to venture outside today, and I got bone-chillingly cold. To remedy, I am going to make myself a vegan chai. I adapted a few recipes to get to my preference, I recommend that you do the same to find your perfect chai.  Ingredients 1 cup water 1 tbsp Loose leaf black tea (mine came from my good friend’s mom who bought it at an Indian grocery store) 2-3-star anise pods 4-6 cardamom pods 1 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp ginger (powdered or fresh) 1 tsp honey (or to taste) ½ cup almond or oat milk (or whatever milk you...

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Super Simple DIY Face Mask recipe

It’s pretty easy to get lost in the ingredients on the back of a face mask package. However, a good face mask doesn’t need to be chemical-y or complicated… or come in a package. Here’s a simple recipe that is tried and tested for my mixed skin (oily t-zone, dry cheeks):   Ingredients 1 tsp Rose kaolin clay 1 tsp Bentonite clay Yoghurt (replace with water if you don’t have any yoghurt on hand) ¼ tsp Honey (just a touch)   Instructions  Combine clays in a small bowl. Add honey and yoghurt (or water) to desired thickness. I like mine to be more “paste-like” than “liquid-y”.  Apply to face and allow to dry (20-30 minutes). Gently remove dry clay with...

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