Healthy Skin and a Healthy Planet
We develop clean and transformative skincare products made with locally-harvested Maine marine ingredients. Our mission goes beyond creating elegant formulas, we care about doing so in an elegant way.
While no brand is perfect, we strive to use minimal plastic and reduce our overall waste and carbon footprint. We will evolve and grow as new technologies become available.
"Nonesuch Oyster Farm in Maine makes a Hydrating Body Oil and Maine Sea Salt Scrub fortified by Maine algae that are quickly becoming my all time favorite body products."
A "Must-Pack" Item for Women and Men.
"We love the Face Oil ... and Maine Sea Salt Body Scrub, but for travel, nothing beats the intensely moisturizing Seaweed Hand Salve."
SEA SALT & OTHER MARINE INGREDIENTS
REDUCED CARBON FOOTPRINT PACKAGING WITH MINIMAL PLASTIC
1% PROFIT CONTRIBUTES
TO CLEAN OCEAN
BAG FRIENDLY PACKAGING
SUPPORTS MAINE'S WORKING WATERFRONT
I'm Abigail Carroll and after over a decade living in Paris, France, I became an "accidental oyster farmer" back home in Maine, earning me the nickname "Oyster Lady." Oyster farming is a great workout but it takes a toll on my sensitive skin. Having suffered chronic skin issues ranging from cystic acne, to basal cell carcinoma, to eczema, I wanted to be proactive.
I knew from living in France that the secret to improving my skin was in ingredients found right beneath my workboat! So I tried the leading marine skincare brand and it wound up clogging my pores! I wanted the benefits of marine ingredients but I also wanted clean, travel-friendly, and eco-minded products that were effective and compatible with my super sensitive skin. So, with the help some skincare chemists, and some local seaweed harvesters, I started making products myself.
At the core of all of our products is our proprietary seaweed serum. Made with locally-harvested organic Maine orweed and kelp, we think of it as "seafood for your skin." Our products are scented with our own unique blends of essential oils. All of our preservatives—and we do use them!—are eco-certified.