Endulge your skin with this biodegradable Body Wash as the silky Castile soap lathers beautifully, brimming with responsibly-sourced oils that replenish, cleanse and help support the skin’s natural biome. The ingredients are grown in the best soil, which means the best active benefits and most powerful nutrients – providing conscious building blocks to healthier, more nourished skin.
Flamingo Estate has included ingredients in the Body Wash that are grown using regenerative practices that nurture the soil, increase biodiversity, and protect the marvels of the natural world. The Eucalyptus is 100% pure and regeneratively-farmed in Western Australia. The California Lavender grows near the Feather River of the Sierra Nevadas, in the family fields of Bayliss Botanicals. Grown in Oregon’s fertile Willamette Valley, our Meadowfoam Seed Oil is no-till farmed and sustainably harvested, then cold-pressed to ensure peak potency. Jojoba Seed Oil is sourced from a third-generation family farm in the Sonoran desert in Arizona. Sustainably harvested in Brazil, our Babassu Seed Oil promotes biodiversity and preserves the rainforest.
How To Use: Lather onto wet skin. Rinse. Pair with our Bath Brushes for an in home spa experience!
The Story OF
Mother Nature only takes care of us when we take care of her, so Flamingo Estate is committed to offering and growing socially and environmentally responsible goods and produce of the highest quality.
We work with farmers who employ regenerative practices, and those that are on their way to doing so. This means an emphasis on healthy living soil, respect for our watersheds, and never, ever using pesticides. In other words, preserving old, good ways of doing things that champion connection with the Earth.
Flamingo Estate has grown to be over 75 farms. Instead of commodity ingredients, our goal is to get as close to the raw, natural material as possible, and to be able to trace each ingredient back to the farmer who planted it. These growers and naturalists employ regenerative processes, support Indigenous communities, and preserve ancient and local culture.