Local Suppliers

At Miiko Skin Co we hope to connect you to the faces and places of our ingredients. Redefining what it means to be a transparent business.

Our recipes are simple, on purpose. We focus on ingredient individuality. Each ingredient serves a purpose to the experience of the overall product. To enhance that experience we have decided to source each ingredient from local suppliers who are experts in their field.

We are proud of our ingredients and our suppliers. By choosing fewer ingredients we are able to include our suppliers on the product label. Now, as a consumer you can see how far your dollar goes into the living local economy.

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evoolution - Olive Oil

Edmonton, AB

Evoolution stands for the evolution of olive oil. Fresh olive oil that means olives picked and crushed within hours, stored, and handled with care, and resupplied every six months by taking advantage of the harvest in both the northern and southern hemispheres. 

Evoolution values putting quality first to bring you the best olive oil experience.

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Spinnakers Brewpub with the Lifecycles Project- Apple Cider Vinegar

Spinnakers Brewpub with the Lifecycles Project,
Victoria, BC

Spinnakers has been leading the renaissance of craft brewing in North America since 1984. They are artisan brewers at heart and that is reflected in everything they do. Their philosophy is that great beer goes best with great food. Spinnakers is committed to using as much local and organic products as possible. Working with the community and using local ingredients is a part of their underlying philosophy and showcasing food grown close to home is what they love to do.

One of their partnerships is with the Lifecycles Project, and their Fruit Tree Project. Lifecycles collects 30,000 to 40,000 lbs of fruit from the backyards of residents in Victoria, BC, and shares the produce with the owners, the volunteers, food banks and community organizations. Spinnakers uses the apple juice to make apple cider vinegar, and we use the apple cider vinegar in our Apple Toner, making the lifecycle of an apple in Victoria’s community truly a commodity.


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Windriver Farms - Honey

Metchosin, BC

While an educational science kit designer by night, Derek Wuff is a passionate organic bee keeper by day and cares for his bees in the rural hamlet of Metchosin just outside Victoria BC.

Each year he takes his bees to a local organic blueberry farm in the spring to help with pollination, then to the wild mountains on the West Coast of Vancouver Island for the bees to forage on the fireweed and salal. Committed to lifelong learning, Derek is a mentor to many local bee-keepers, helping to pass on a natural and organic way to keep bees. The honey is harvested by hand and filtered once, to remove the bits but to keep the natural pollens, adding to the texture and health of the honey.


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Baraka Shea Butter - Hand-Made Shea Butter

Mill Bay, BC

Baraka Supplies was founded by husband and wife team, Wayne Dunn and Gifty Serbeh-Dunn (he is Canadian/Irish, she is Ghanaian/Canadian). Located in Mill Bay, BC, Baraka Supplies supports women and families in Ghana by purchasing pure, unrefined, hand-made, certified Fair trade shea butter that is made by a local community of women.

Baraka Shea Butter is untainted by modern chemicals, and wild-crafted in the traditional way by the Wali women from northern Ghana. Baraka Shea Butter is not processed or refined with added chemicals. In fact the butter is prepared traditionally using fire, which is why the butter has a faint smoky aroma.


Rosehip seeds in various forms with rosehip seed oil

Canadian Natural Oils - Wild Rose Hip Seed Oil

100 Mile House, BC

Juanita Corbett became fascinated with rose hips over 30 years ago when walking through an acreage engrossed with wild roses. She spend years working with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) in collaboration with the University of Northern BC, the Food Development Lab in Portage La Prairie Manitoba, and Northwest Labs in Vancouver, B.C., in order to determine the best way to naturally extract the oil from the rose-hip, without any chemical intervention.

Wild Organic Rose Hip Oil is extracted using a combination of Steam Distillation and Cold-Press methods. The oil is highly volatile and is immediately added to a prepared cold-pressed grape seed oil base, blended with organic sunflower oil, and handpicked chamomile oil. These oils maintain a high level of Vitamin E to preserve the rose hip seed oil in the carrier oil.

The rose hips have been tested for nutrient values with the results of 10-100x more Vitamin C than any other food. They also have flavonoids, beta-carotene, iron, zinc, manganese, copper, boron, potassium and nitrogen. As well as, Vitamin E, A, B1, calcium, magnesium, phosphorous and sulfur

Rose Hip Oil is beneficial for sensitive skin, thread veins, capillary damage or weakness and also very effective in promoting tissue regeneration. It is also useful on scars, burns and wrinkles. It is also excellent for spider veins, the healing of varicose veins, reducing inflammation, mature, dry, and hard and over exposed skin conditions.


Ostro Organics - Coconut Oil

Victoria, BC

Oil has the power to contribute to your health. Applied on your skin, it helps the regeneration process and gives it a wonderful glow. Ostro Organics Oils are alive and bottled with love! Ostro Organics Inc. was founded in 2013, and is a small batch manufacturer of certified organic, raw-pressed oils.

Ostro Organics Certified Organic Coconut Oil is made from premium coconut flakes, grown on organically certified plantains. This ensures the supply of highest quality coconut oil that is ultra-smooth and creamy (not waxy) with a distinct pleasant fragrance. Their Coconut Oil is unrefined, unbleached, non-deodorized, non-hydrogenated, free of chemicals and manufactured with minimal heat under very low pressure. 


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Genie in a Bottle - Essential Oils

Victoria, BC

25 years ago Eugene “The Genie” had already discovered and was exploring the world of Essential Oils, acquiring, in depth, some of the knowledge accumulated over centuries of the various benefits associated with the Essential Oils. After learning about plants and herbology, bridging the academic and pragmatic approach with the shamanistic intuition of a Medicine Man became the foundation for his expertise with Essential Oils.

Starting from a humble beginning of carrying a dozen or so oils to now offering a variety of nearly 100 different Essential Oils and Absolutes, from the exotic Nagarmotha to the common Lavender, including over 6 different Frankincense, several Holistic Blends, perfumes and so much more, Genie In a Bottle always works hard at offering exceptional oils with the highest qualities available on the market, emphasizing on sustainability and making sure that the oils are at their best.


Harmonic Arts - Cocoa Butter & Cacao Powder 

Courtenay, BC


Harmonic Arts sources Cacao beans that are wild harvested in Ecuador, in a natural ecosystem with trees ranging from 30 to 80 years old. They are of an heirloom variety that have never been grafted, farmed or altered in any way. The pickers harvest only the ripe beans from the Ecuadorian Cacao trees which produce fruit all year long, allowing for continued longevity of the forest. 

Harmonic Arts is a small company of herbalists, whose mission is to share the healing powers of plant medicine in our community/ Through their products and education, they hope to assist people in cultivating healthy herbal practices as part of a holistic lifestyle. Their company uses the lowest environmental impact options available to bring their products to the public.


Grapefruit, liquid castile soap and bar soap

Mountain Sky Soaps - Castile Soap

Crescent Valley, BC

Raynald Losier and Nina George created Mountain Sky in 1993, so they could stay home with their children Malaya Mountain and Rahel Sky. What was a 400 sq ft production facility in their basement is now a 7000 sq ft manufacturing facility based in the beautiful Kootenay Mountains of BC.

Their soaps are made using an old-fashioned cold process method. Oils are not boiled in the process of making their soap, helping to maintain the beneficial glycerin in the final product and keep the oils from going rancid.

Mountain Sky Soaps has an extensive sustainability program in place, which includes re-using boxes and plastic materials for shipping and handling, composting, and saving soap ends for people in need and local charities. Mountain Sky represents a successful family business built on ethics and sustainability.


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Vancouver Island Salt Co - Sea Salt

Black Creek, BC


Vancouver Island Salt Co brings you a taste of the great Canadian Pacific with its beautiful, all-natural, unrefined sea salt hand-harvested with care from the cold, clear waters in Oyster Bay on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Small batch and handcrafted. Canadian Sea Salt is all-natural and unrefined, retaining trace minerals that are naturally occurring in the cold Canadian Pacific Ocean that it is harvested from. Great care for the environment and sustainability also guide the people who harvest and package this sea salt!