NATURAL SKIN CARE PACKAGING
We are focused on packaging WILD with the best sustainable packaging available. This has proven to be challenging, as the cosmetics industry is only now moving in this direction. In fact, figuring out the best option for packaging has been the most challenging part of getting WILD out the door! We finally settled on glass bottles. Glass is readily recyclable no matter where you live. It goes from collection to a glass treatment plant where the glass is sorted and washed. It's then crushed, melted and made into new products.
Now were're transition from pumps to aluminum caps on our products. We've studied the difference and although aluminum isn't a perfect choice, it's more readily recyclable that the lotion pumps that are used in the skincare industry.
If you collect and return 3 of our lotion pumps, email us and we'll send you a 15% discount on your next product order from us! We send the lotion pumps to TerraCycle who then recycles them.
We're proud to come from the Northwest Coast of B.C. The territory has been inhabited by First Nations for over 14,000 years. The art, history and culture of the Northwest is awe inspiring and we hope that we can share some of the history of the area with you.
The original salmon design you see on the Wild hang tags was done by an amazing young Nisga'a artist named Todd Stephens. The salmon represent the work that people of the area are doing to preserve an area called Flora Banks, which is critical to maintaining the Skeena River wild salmon for future generations.