in relationship with the land
nourish your skin with ingredients straight from the earth
"What we contemplate here is more than ecological restoration, it is the restoration of relationship between plants and people."
~Robin Wall Kimmerer
reverse uv damage, stimulate collagen synthesis, and regenerate skin cells for youthful, glowing skin.
I've moved through a lot of different facial oils from other companies and none felt as nourishing as the calendula oil. I use it morning and night lately, with the dryer weather coming in. my skin feels really healthy with the oil and I've noticed less wrinkles around my eyes. I love the connection of health and nature that is brought together with your products.
I’ve always been interested in the natural magical properties of plants, and now I get to experience them everyday. I use the oils at different times of day, waking up and showering with my douglas fir and falling asleep to chamomile. I also use my calendula when I go hiking to protect my skin from UV rays and pollutants.
I enjoy massaging a few drops on my skin right after showering when the skin is at its most absorbent. The oils are incredibly aromatic in the shower too, it feels like the most lush spa! Calendula is an organic solution to many skin problems so I don’t shy from using this one everywhere on my body, especially on my face!
The combination of the healing powers of calendula and the warm, sun-like color it gives to my skin is simply unbeatable. There’s nothing like leaving for the day glowing and knowing my skin is being cared for!!
We have both felt drawn to different oils for different reasons and love to use them on each other, usually before bed for a face massage, which has also helped with my beard. Silke has been using calendula & chamomile as a face serum before bed which she feels has also helped with sleep.
The butterscotch aromas and antimicrobial properties of Douglas fir resin cleanse, brighten, and moisturize skin.
made in colorado
10% of sales redistribued to climate change solutions led by indigineous land stewards
shipments are carbon offset and packaging materials are compostable