The impact of our skincare goes far beyond bathroom cabinets.

We source ingredients ethically to support the creation of sustainable, inclusive supply chains that benefit all involved. As Australia's first Fairtrade certified beauty products, we comply with Fairtrade standards set by Fairtrade International. 
 
We also welcome the role of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to guide development efforts. Our work supports Goal 5 on Gender Equality; Goal 8 on Decent Work and Economic Growth; Goal 10 on Reduced Inequalities; and Goal 12 on Responsible Consumption and Production.

1. We buy at a fair price

We buy Fairtrade-certified ingredients wherever possible, paying marginalised producers in developing countries a sustainable price for their harvest.

2. You shop

We invest a portion of sales into local economic and community development projects via Fairtrade. Read more about Fairtrade here.

3. Producers rise

Producers achieve better prices, working conditions, and terms of trade. Together we create a production cycle that's sustainable, impactful and fair.
Our shea butter comes from a group of 5,000 heroic women producers in Leó, Burkina Faso, West Africa. Merci, ladies! 
The group was formed to bring local producers together and improve their bargaining position. Through Fairtrade, the women have been able to secure sustainable incomes, invest in better machinery, run literacy courses and workplace training, and construct a childcare centre. 

Images © Éric St-Pierre and Nana Kofi-Acquah