Miiko Skin Co is a product line that developed from Seeds of Change Workshops. Seeds of Change provides workshops on do-it-yourself skincare and household cleaning products, while Miiko Skin Co makes safer skincare products using homemade recipes.
Instead of choosing complex fancy recipes, we focus on using simple recipes and sourcing the best ingredients from suppliers in British Columbia. We include the supplier and their location on our product label, so our customers can see where our ingredients are coming from and the quality we seek in our products.
As a business, we hope to encourage people to read the ingredients on every skincare product. When you read our ingredients, you will recognize most of them as awesome foods and oils from around the kitchen.
Miiko Skin Co is cultivating the idea that our skin is an absorptive organ, and we should be feeding it fresh, local, food.
How would you respond if you went to a spa and you found out that some of the products included ingredients harvested from your very backyard?
“Finally”- says interviewee Tim Fryatt of Lifecycles Project. “I think that would be really exciting. I have a household with my partner where our food is from our back yard, or places in the community. But one of the few places we don’t have products from our local community is in our bathroom.”
This Farm-2-Face Blog is to tell you the story behind our apple cider vinegar (ACV), the key ingredient in our Saving Face Toner. We source our ACV from a partnership between Spinnakers Brewpub and Lifecycle’s Project. Many of the apples used are collected from registered tree’s from Victoria’s Urban Orchard.Read More
We answer some of the most common questions in skin care!
What do I do when I break out? What causes adult acne? How often should I exfoliate? How often should I wash my face? Will Face Oil make my face more oily? Is there Glitter in the Face Oil? And much much more!