While creating a wonderfully scented product is always our goal, our passion goes much further than that. Through our work and our journey, we have witnessed the powerful healing capabilities that nature has to offer. Each plant tells us a story of its place in this world and the power of its spirit. Crafting products that synergize that power is humbling and awe inspiring. We don’t create simply for a pretty scent, we create to uplift the mind, body, and spirit.
Sustainable and humane practices are important to us and we know that they are important to you too. That is why we exclude controversial ingredients such as palm oil, petrochemicals, artificial colorants, artificial fragrances, and artificial preservatives. Furthermore, animal testing has no place in our products or in our ingredients so you can rest assured that all Hippie products are cruelty-free. We believe that sourcing of ingredients should be sustainable and provide a living wage to the producers. We also love to support our neighbors in their business journey which is why we source our beeswax and honey from nearby farms.
We know you care about what you put on your skin, that is why we source only the finest natural ingredients. We seek to procure only the best of organic, fair trade, and/or cruelty-free products available. All of our essential oils are tested for purity, potency, and authenticity using the gold standard GC-MS testing.
When we say handcrafted, we mean it. Each bottle, bar, and jar are carefully crafted, hand labeled, and personally packaged just for you! We believe that the energy of creating by hand can’t be matched by the output of a machine. We love what we do and we love making the products that leave our door to brighten your day!
Creator of The Hippie Homesteader line of handcrafted essential oil wellness and skin care products, this self-proclaimed hippie is living her passion of creating a healthy, sustainable, and green lifestyle. As an equestrian, dog mom, avid gardener, and business owner, there is rarely a dull moment on the homestead but she wouldn't trade it for the world.