Sustainable beauty is the use of products that are themselves sustainable in production as well as sourcing-wise. They support the very long term relationship we have, or should have, with our skin. Using products that are “sustainable” with regard to everyday use as well as bestowing progressive, long term benefits for skin health; and are themselves sourced sustainably is the very hub of the wheel that we satellite around.
The sustainable thought expands to include the relationships we have with our growers (farmers that are friends), the community of people who work with us, as well as being a guiding principle for me when I embark on the journey to design a new product. Will the raw materials I choose be available long term? How will sourcing them impact the immediate and global environment? Do they function on the skin in a progressive, beneficial way? Does the product feature an ingredient simply for media embellishment, or does it have a purpose?
David hand cutting Tulsi in Northern Washington State
Each step of our production is done by hand. From the fields and forests where the plants that become our hydrosols, oils,and butters are harvested.
Our farm and distillation partner sealing the Alembic Copper Still with Rye Dough
To our production facility where we hand-blend our formulas, hand-label and hand-package each bottle.
Hand bottling our Alembic Copper distilled HyrdoSouls at our facility in Southern California
Hand labeling our jars of Blue Chamomile Day Moisturizer at our facility in Southern California
Maintaining this intimate connection with plants elevates the efficacy and therapeutic benefits they provide. It keeps the profound prana of the plant alive and well, so that by the time the bottle is in your hand, it’s still bursting with vitality. A vitality you can smell, feel and see on the skin.
Evan's healing hands giving a facial
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