Picture a haven of nature at its most vibrant. 500 acres of it. Where the purest herbs and plants known to man are carefully cultivated, where the earth is deeply nourished and wildlife and natural flow is abuzz with pure elation. Where every living ingredient is nurtured and evaluated energetically to ensure optimum efficacy of its high-performance nutrients and potent actives … a thriving sanctuary called Shire Farm
Biodynamics: purest herbs & plants known to man
We believe that creating superior products that have the greatest benefits for your skin begins long before the ingredients are blended and poured into a bottle. That’s why the potency and pureness of our ingredients is our priority and is intrinsically linked to the biodynamic methods we adhere to on our 500 acre Shire Farm in Lincolnshire.
Transform your skin
By excluding all synthetic fertilizers and pesticides – while adhering to strict biodynamic farming principles and respecting a diverse ecosystem – we ensure there are no toxic residues in our products. Such a holistic approach to cultivation results in a balanced, happy and self-sustaining environment – where plants thrive and reach their full and powerful potential – delivering optimum nourishment to your skin.
Transform the earth
A healthy, glowing complexion doesn’t need to cost the earth! Beyond providing purer, more potent ingredients, biodynamic farming is one of the most ethical and sustainable forms of agriculture in existence. By cultivating the land following our pioneering biodynamic methods, we ensure it remains healthy and fertile for years to come.
Why it works
By balancing the different aspects of the soil without using man-made chemicals, we increase the strength and vitality within our plants and herbs. This attention means that when a plant is harvested, its energy force has been nourished through well-tended soil, rewarding us with a more potent essence.
We grow and harvest as much as we can to be used in our products, sourcing all other ingredients from exceptional organic and biodynamic farms across the world.1