Top Sustainability Professionals Teach You The Art Of Organic At-Home Production

Apr 27, 2021

If you want to live a cleaner and greener life, San Francisco’s Urbatch wants to teach you how to transform local, organic and sustainable ingredients into quality creations at home.

When you walk the aisles of the supermarket are you shocked by how many plastics, additives, and nameless ingredients you see in the products you have to buy daily? Well, Urbatch is, which is why they want to teach you the art of all-natural DIY.

Urbatch, an online platform devoted to the pursuit of sustainability, community, and health, has announced the launch of a new online course that will enable you to create your own sustainable beauty, food, and other products from your own home. 

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The course has been launched in response to an increasing interest in both sustainability and organic, natural products. However, despite this interest, according to the Environmental Working Group, in 2020, Americans were using between 6 to 12 personal care products daily, containing around 168 different chemicals.  

As such, Urbatch is determined to teach you the ease with which you can substitute these mass-produced, high-chemical, and unsustainable products for locally produced and naturally derived ones.  

The new course intends to help you transform local ingredients into quality creations and in turn, reduce the impact of mass production so that we may all enjoy a more sustainable life. 

In particular, you will learn how to make your own personal care products including soap, deodorant, shampoos, moisturizers, fragrances, face masks, and hand sanitizer. The course will also provide instructions on at-home fermenting, distilling, and other food processing. Additionally, you will learn how to create a range of all-natural cleaning products. 

The course will consist of a series of simple-to-follow videos conducted by experienced professionals. Registered participants will also receive personalized feedback on their process and creations, and for an additional fee, you can also have equipment and material shipped to your door.

The course is currently retailing their early bird tickets and will be launched later in 2021.

Urbatch is the brainchild of Spirit Hunter, the brand responsible for the creation of the Easy Distiller, which currently retails essential oils, spirits, and other natural products across the US. 

A spokesperson for the brand said “The world needs self-sufficient communities that base their consumption and production on raw materials obtained locally, that is why we want to promote the production of better local products. We hope you join in on this sustainable adventure.” 

If you’re ready to take your first steps towards sustainable and organic living this is absolutely the course to take. 

To learn more about how your home can become a force for climate good and how your mind, body, and home will love these all-natural creations visit today. 

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