Beauty from “Down Under,” Meet Sustainable Skincare Brand, Terrakai Skin

Earth is the Source for Restorative Skincare

Australia is famous for its beautiful beaches, balmy temperatures, and unique wildlife. Now, it’s also home to a new skincare line bursting with the area’s lush botanicals. Say g’day to Terrakai Skin, female-founded and sustainable skincare that looks good on you.

The high-performance brand has roots in Australia and its eye on providing vegan products for all skin types globally. Just launched, it’s already generating buzz for its powerhouse native plants such as Kangaroo Paw, Kakadu Plum, Snowflower, and Quandong, game-changers in how we take care of our skin.

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All ethically sourced, a potent mix of vitamins, antioxidants, and amino acids are ready to rejuvenate and protect your complexion.⁠ The brand addresses common environmental factors affecting the skin, such as pollutants, UV rays, extreme weather, and stress and dehydration.

Founded by Aimee Engelmann, an Australian entrepreneur, she was tired of ingredients she couldn’t pronounce- loaded with unnatural substances and fillers. She set out to change how we look at skincare and move away from traditional mass-market items that cause so much harm. Aimee proves that you can have good skin and not compromise our planet, infusing Australian botanicals into every bottle.

Treading lightly on the planet, Terrakai Skin uses recycled plastic from post-consumer materials where possible, opting for white bottles to increase successful recyclability and boxes made from recyclable paper. Sustainability and thoughtful design guide everything they do.

About Terrakai Skin

Inspired by the lush, active botanicals that Australia has to offer, Terrakai Skin creates clean, plant-powered, and performance-driven skincare formulations that not only honor skin health but also tread lightly on the Earth. The brand’s commitment to reducing environmental impact goes beyond the ingredient-sourcing process to how they package their products, limiting the use of new virgin plastic by choosing post-consumer recycled materials whenever possible.

Follow them on Instagram @terrakaiskin.

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