Last Wednesday, I had the pleasure to attend Lise Watier's Labrador Tea University Event held at the Vancouver Club! This was the first event I had ever gone to so I didn't know what to expect but fortunately, I had a really wonderful time. The "university" themed event had a "three course curriculum" that educated the guests about the key ingredient of Lise Watier's Age Prevention Supreme products, the Labrador Tea. To read more about my experience at the event, click.......
The event was organized into three components, all the guests (with a report card in hand) had to attend three different workshops in order to earn their "grade stamps" and graduate from the Labrador Tea University.
The first workshop was history class! We sat on little log stools covered with animal pelts and got to sample the Labrador Tea and learn about its history and usage.
The tea is very high in vitamin C, antioxidants, and ursolic acid. So naturally it has been a medicinal remedy for the Athabaskan and Inuit people for many years. It is touted to cure everything from diarrhea to the common cold!
Their research found that the active ingredients in Labrador Tea extract have higher antioxidant properties than both vitamin C and idebenone.
Lise Watier also stresses that the tea leaves they use are harvested in a way that not only respects the environment but also the local community.
At the sales class, we got to play around with a super awesome high tech interactive touch screen that provided loads of information on the different skincare lines that Lise Watier offers.
Last but not least, Lise Watier had several makeup stations set up where you can get your concealer matched and your makeup touched up by a professional Lise Watier makeup artist.
|Back row: Angela from Do Want Makeup, Sheila from MaddyLoves, Jayne from Cosmetic Proof|
Front row: Jordana from Just J and me
|From left to right: Lise Watier Age Control Supreme Filler Concealer, Age Prevention Supreme Moisturizing Emulsion, Age Prevention Supreme Sérum Boréal (all formulated with Labrador Tea Extract), Lise Watier tumbler with tea filter.|
Thanks to Lise Watier for holding such a well organized and interesting event, the whole university theme was so creative! I can't wait to see what events are planned for the future!