In partnership with nonprofit organizations like Ocean Blue Project and Pledgling Foundation, we've removed over 2,000 lbs of trash from American waterways, provided clean drinking water for one year to over 100 people, and donated 80 meals to homeless shelters.
We've provided internships and job opportunities for people with disabilities in partnership with Black Hills Works.
Through our now defunct storefront (Hippie Haven in Rapid City, SD), we distributed thousands of pounds of food to community members in need, hosted a free prom dress drive for 500+ students, started a community recycling & compost program, registered dozens of young voters, collected donations for an Indigenous winter housing program, promoted local political candidates who shared our values, gave away 200 free menstrual cups, and much more.
Our work doesn't stop there.
We do everything ourselves
No secret overseas outsourcing here - we do it all in-house, from customer service, to research & development, to making every single item with our own hands.
We divert waste from landfills
From using upcycled food in our soaps to using recycled materials for our packaging, we're always looking for ways to not only minimze the trash we make ourselves, but to reuse waste from other businesses. Our next goal is to filter and repurpose used vegetable cooking oil for our soaps!
We're creating an inclusive workspace
Passionate about empowering our most vulnerable community members, we're committed to creating more job opportunities that are customized to the strengths, challenges, and support needs of every team member.
We don't support unethical corporations
We refuse to participate in mass consumerism: we don't sell our products on Amazon, and we have never and will never pay for ads from Facebook or Google.
We respect your privacy
We use only necessary cookies, we don't track your activity across other websites, and we never sell your data.