Join us this Thursday as we discuss March's Food Book Club read delving into to arena of "slow living" by talking about the connections between the food we eat and it's affects on skin health - as well as using whole foods as potential "products" for beauty and skin care. "Skin Cleanse : The Simple, All-Natural Program for Clear, Calm, Happy Skin" is a guidebook to skin health written by Adina Grigore, founder of natural skin care company, S.W. Basics. Looking for a cleaner (and greener) approach to the care of your body's largest organ - your skin? We'll be covering it all! Slow Food Chicago board member, Alison Parker (owner of Radical Root Organic Farm) will be leading us through a Do-It-Yourself demonstration on how to make your own salt scrub (perfect for getting rid of some of that dry, wintery skin). Want to bring some home with you? Don't forget to BYOJ (bring-your-own-jar)! Want to join us? Full event details below.
What : Slow Food Chicago's March edition of Food Book Club where we will be discussing the book "Skin Cleanse" by Adina Grigore.
Cost : Free to attend! Please note, space as this event is somewhat limited so we do recommend that you RSVP in advance by emailing Katie at email@example.com with the subject "Skin Cleanse" and the number of people you are responding for.