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Our Wildcrafted Salves are our pioneer product.  A long heritage of making these all natural moisturizers goes back to our Boy Scouts days.  Made with 100% wild foraged botanicals, from a single plant, to bring you the true essence of one species.  

The Piñon-Juniper Woodlands of the desert southwest are a place of mystique & outrageous beauty.  If you've sat amongst these trees you probably noticed a Stellar's Jay or ten fly by.  You'd also notice that sweet, scented desert air.  On our last trip out that way we managed to harvest the candy resin dripping from snapped branches & harder resins from healing trunk scuffs.   The resins, as well as all other parts including the pine nut,  from the single leaf piñon pine have been used for centuries by southwest Native Americans for it's antimicrobial & antibacterial properties.  We've taken queues from nature.  Our salves are an all body moisturizer formulated for dry & weathered skin.  Protecting & healing for all types of skin.  

Made with 100% wild foraged aromatics. Locally sourced beeswax, organic coconut & apricot kernel oils, live plant infusions, tree pitch/resin, steam distilled essential oils

Approx. 2oz. tin. Hand poured.

Apply liberally to face, hair & skin.  Our salve is best used at room temperature.



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Our simple approach to making all natural home goods & skin care products is what drives our very story - go out into the forest, forage wild aromatics & botanicals & put that into every bottle. Our fragrances are not romantic notions of a time & place, they are the places we harvest them from. When we go to the deserts, mountains or coastal wild lands of North America we have an idea of what we want to capture from that particular place but its only after we experience the wonders of the plant diversity there do we start to understand the story we would like to tell from those experiences. We let the aromatic nature of plants & trees speak their native tongues.