Raw Materials

Baraka Shea Butter

Handcrafted in Ghana by local women, Baraka’s products support community impact and women’s development. They use traditional, zero-waste methods of production and the trees are harvested and re-grown sustainably. 

  • Naturally organic, fair trade coconut oil
  • Natural, unrefined shea butter
  • Hand-harvested, ecosystem-focused cocoa butter

Shay and Company, Inc.

A local-to-us wholesale supplier, their ingredient statement says they strive to “… source the highest quality natural and organic oils. We choose USA grown oils where we can, such as our almond and jojoba oils, and we always opt for non-GMO sources when possible.” Ingredients we purchase from them include:

  • Apricot Kernel Oil (Kosher, non-GMO, USA grown)
  • Avocado Oil (Kosher, non-GMO)
  • Castor Oil  (Kosher, non-GMO)
  • Grapeseed Oil
  • Hemp Oil
  • Jojoba Oil
  • Neem Oil
  • Vegetable Glycerin
  • Some essential oils and other ingredients

New Directions Aromatics

100% pure essential oils, many organic and certified fair trade. Also a backup supplier for base oils and butters.

Mountain Rose Herbs

A leading supplier of organic, fair-trade, sustainably-grown herbs, they are also Oregon’s first zero-waste-certified business.

Monterey Bay Herb Company

Premium quality herbs and spices, sourced directly from farmers and growers. They have rigorous standards, and many of their herbs are wildcrafted or organically grown.

Packaging & Shipping Materials


Sustainable packaging solutions, including 100% recycled (and compostable) kraft mailers, shipping boxes, and packaging paper.

Elevate Packaging

Recycled, 100% compostable packaging and labels. The kraft pouches (and clear cello pouches), the “compostable” stickers, and all the labels – every component is industrial or home compostable certified! The clear cellophane bags and pouches are made from FSC-certified wood-cellulose-derived bioplastic – compostable, vegan, and non-GMO. They also support sustainable businesses and support regenerative organic practices.