Ethically sourced from Near and Far.
#1: Shea Butter. The healing and protective butter of the Ages. Sourced from women’s cooperatives in Tamale, Northern Ghana. Co-operative profits managed by the women and going towards schools, clean water and medical centres.
#2: Cacao Butter. Food of the Gods. Sourced from the Peruvian Kemito Ene co-operative reforesting the Amazonian basin, via Loving Earth.
#3: Coconut Oil. Wild harvested and cold pressed virgin oil. Sourced from Niugini organics, family owned and operated. Providing income opportunities for women and single mother’s in Papua New Guinea.
#4: Jojoba. A carbon-negative drought resistant tree producing liquid gold for the skin. Pure Australian cold pressed Jojoba sourced direct from Australian farmers.
#5: Chamomile and Calendula. Super soothers of the herbal world. Grown organically and locally in the Byron Bay area.
#6: Myrrh. The sunscreen of the Ancients. Sustainably harvested & sold direct by a women’s start-up co-operative in Puntland, Somalia.
#7: Beeswax. Soothing, protecting & hydrating. Sourced from deep native forest honey flows in Australia. The purest beeswax in the world.
#8: Active Manuka Honey. Powerful anti-inflammatory and collagen food for the skin. Raw medicinal honey sourced from bees pollinating New Zealand Manuka.