The farm-to-table movement is ubiquitous in restaurants these days, so it’s no surprise that it’s gaining traction in the beauty world, too. Alongside an all-natural stamp of approval, we want to know where beauty product ingredients are coming from and just like our food produce, they’re coming directly from a farm.
We’ve rounded up the brands that are leading the way in the farm-to-table beauty movement
Tata Harper Skincare
Visit: Tata Harper Skincare
Dubbed queen of green skincare movement, Tata Harper is the founder behind this skin care range, which has gained a cult-like following among those in the know. All products are manufactured on an eco-friendly farm in Vermont and contain only naturally derived, non-toxic ingredients.
Visit: Bottega Organica
All Bottega Organica ingredients are harvested and processed naturally from farms in Italy and New York. Free from any preservatives, emulsifiers, artificial fragrances, colors or synthetics of any kind, the 100% vegan formulas specifically target anti-ageing.
Visit: Blossom Jeju
Blossom Jeju’s advanced formulas combine the camellia extract, a rich antioxidant from the Korean island Jeju, with plant derived active ingredients to deliver unique anti-aging beauty results. The company is also committed to an eco-friendly approach, selecting materials that are the least polluting or already recycled, using resources that are renewable or that come from sustainably managed forests, and designing easily recyclable packaging.
Farmacy Skin care
Visit: Farmacy Skin Care
After discovering a highly concentrate variety of echinacea purpurea in his garden more than 15 years ago, Mark Veeder created Farmacy Skin Care. Echinacea boasts a wealth of health benefits and is commonly used in supplements, but when used in skincare it has been shown to support collagen production as well as brighten and firm skin. It is the foundation of the Farmacy range, which includes cleansing oils, hydrating lip balms and moisturisers.