Pollinators give us plant-based beauty.
As our key ingredients are plant-based and rely on earth’s bounties to make our products effective, it’s important that we understand where each of our ingredients come from and that we take the time to learn about and support the ecosystems that offer us powerful plant life.
Nearly 90% of flowering plants and 75% of agricultural crops depend on pollination, mostly by bees. Without pollination, plants can’t reproduce and much of the world’s vital resources (food, oils, fibers, raw materials) would slowly cease to be.
Formulas You Can Trust
We are EU compliant and have met some of the highest, most rigid cosmetic standards in the world. Every ingredient we use in our products has been rigorously tested for stability, shelf life, and is our formulas are Leaping Bunny Certified cruelty-free. We make all of our formulas in the USA in small batches.
Plant a flower, feed a bee.
Each order includes an envelope of pollinator-friendly wildflower seeds.
The most important step you can take in preserving pollinators is to plant a flowering garden. This mix of wildflower seeds blooms into a rainbow of colors that attracts bees, butterflies and birds. Suitable for all USDA zones and prefer full sun.
Seed mixes may include: Siberian Wallflower, Cosmos Sensation Mix, Lance Leaf Coreopsis, California Poppy Orange, Lemon Queen Sunflower, Purple Coneflower, Baby Blue Eyes, Evening Primrose, Perennial Lupine, Red Corn Poppy, Purple Phacelia, New England Aster, Perennial Gaillardia, Gayfeather/, Sweet Alyssum, Bergamot, Yellow Prairie Coneflower, Crimson Clover
The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation
Esker is a proud supporter of the Xerces Society, and for every body wash or body oil purchase we donate 1% of sales. The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation is a non-profit environmental organization that focuses on the conservation of invertebrates considered to be essential to biological diversity and ecosystem health. The name is in honor of the extinct California butterfly, the Xerces blue. To learn more, volunteer, or make a donation please visit their website.