Wild Hill Botanical’s Facial Protocol Kit comes with Nootka Rose Cleansing Clay, Blackberry Serum and a choice of toner created from Island-grown plants.
The botanicals of Vancouver Island are the inspiration for the unique skincare products of Wild Hill Botanicals. Based in East Sooke and owned by husband-and-wife founders Teague Griffin and Sarah Richer, Wild Hill grows its own organic herbs to create small-batch, handcrafted products.
“We grow herbs like comfrey, calendula and rosemary, and plants like bay laurel, roses and rose geranium,” Griffin says.
“We distil, tincture and infuse botanicals in our lab here on the farm, producing leaf and flower distillates, grappa-based tinctures and oil infusions … used in plant-based natural skincare.”
This article is from the July/August 2018 issue of YAM.