Mandy and Tricia founded Wild Kiwihearts on one core belief.
What you put on your skin is as important as what you eat.
Because your skin is the largest organ in your body, it absorbs what you put on it, so we use honest and natural ingredients to create a healthy nourishing skinfood.
Our shared passions and complementary strengths led us to begin this journey with Wild Kiwihearts, where we have combined the most nourishing organic oils and butters available, with the nurturing and spiritual properties of two native bush plants, Kawakawa - known for love and healing , and Kumerahou - which helps bring balance in to the present moment.
This range is about pausing, nourishing and rejuvenating your body from the outside in.
Breathe. Nourish. Connect.
We understand the importance of nutrition in our lives and we choose to use only quality ingredients. We know that what we put ON OUR SKIN is just as important as WHAT WE EAT because our skin absorbs up to 80% what is put on it. We believe that nature provides all we need to look and feel beautiful, and we pride ourselves on manufacturing sustainably crafted products. The New Zealand Kawakawa and Kumerahou plants are wildcraft harvested from our native bush using the traditional methods.
Wild Kiwiheart purpose is to provide a skincare range that is Pure Goodness in Every Drop which nourishes your body and enriches your soul. Users can have the confidence of knowing that all our products are authentic - New Zealand Made, using organic and natural ingredients, sustainably packaged and cruelty free. We believe that nature provides all we need to look and feel beautiful, and we pride ourselves on manufacturing sustainably crafted products.
We follow environmentally sustainable practices in all aspects of our business. The packaging we use is recyclable, the cardboard boxes are from FSC certified forests and vegetable ink is used for printing. The printer we use, Fusion Print, is 14001 compliant which is an internationally recognised and audited environmental certification, focussing on ecological concern and sustainability.