Mae Botanicals Process
Mae Botanicals is a line of handcrafted botanical skin care products made with fresh plants extracted in oil. This unique fresh plant processing starts with the plants growing in Kari's garden or in the North Cascade Mountains. Within hours of harvest all of the extractions have been started. We purchase our oils from the best sources we can find; preference is given to woman/non binary, BIPOC-owned business that can fully trace their source. If that is not available, our next step is to go to a locally owned business, or with a product that is certified organic. We never use added fragrances, essential oils, mica, palm oil, parabens, silicone, SLS or other synthetic products. Our product line is designed to be gender neutral and inclusive for all bodies. We have an empty container reuse program, and ship using only recyclable or compostable materials.
Mae Botanicals truly is small batch, handmade skincare.
Created by Kari Logan
The foundations of Mae Botanicals was 8 years ago when Kari started making her own skin care after discovering that her continuous skin irritation was due to harsh cleansing products. She has been making different types of shampoo, soap, and body butters since then and in 2019 decided to offer these products to everyone. She has been tending her front yard garden for the last 5 years and this relationship to the soil and plants has been vital to how Mae Botanicals operates and how each product is made.
Reduce your Impact
One of the easiest ways to reduce the amount of waste you produce is to reuse instead of throwing out or even recycling. Here at Mae Botanicals, return any of our containers and they will be cleaned, sterilized, filled with new product, and available for a 10% discount. If there is a reuse container available, you will see an option for a "New Container" or "Reuse Container" before you add to your cart.
Return your empty containers in person at any event, at the drop box in Kari's office, or return by mail.
5414 Barnes Ave NW Suite 1 Seattle WA 89107
Pacific Northwest Grown
Sustaniable Wild Crafted Plants