Living Nature is New Zealand's original, certified natural skincare company. The company was founded in 1987 by Suzanne Hall, who was inspired by the healing properties of New Zealand native plants to remedy her own skin conditions. All our certified natural skincare and most of our cosmetics are made at our purpose-built Kerikeri facility in the pristine Bay of Islands. From this base, we control every step of product development, formulation, testing, and filling.
Our Circle of Trust
When you see our logo on a product, you can trust that it has been made with absolute integrity and honesty to nurture your skin, care for your health, and protect your planet. If there is any question about an ingredient's safety, we will not use it. Every Living Nature product undergoes rigorous testing for purity and safety to ensure we remain free of any potentially damaging chemicals or toxins. Our policy: if there is any doubt about the safety of an ingredient, we don’t use it. Our Kerikeri facility uses energy from a New Zealand power supplier that generates renewable energy from wind and water (hydro) and we harvest our own filtered rainwater.
“To create a sustainable, profitable, ecological, educational and inspirational business that impacts on the individual by promoting healthy vibrant skin; on the community by creating employment; on the country by featuring the uniqueness of our plant resources and earning export income; on the world by being a model of ethical, honourable business and solving inherent 21st century problems in a way that inspires the human spirit.”
Some of the charities we have worked with: Bald Angels , Charitable Chicks, Hospice Mid-North, Koru Care, Riverview Bazaar, Red Cross, Northern Dance, Look Good Feel Better, Kerikeri Retirement Village, Sweet Louise, Kerikeri Primary School, Kerikeri Bowling Club, Northland World Kidney Day, Totara North Early Childhood, Cure Kids, Alzheimers Northland, Kerikeri Play Centre, Waitangi Golf Club, Local Fire Brigade, Women’s Refuge, Brain Injury Association, Bay of Islands Golf Club, Sands Northland, Whangaroa Sport Fishing Club, Mothers Helpers, Harcourts Bay of Islands