Health & beauty
Dawn started making natural personal hygiene products a decade ago when she had trouble finding natural products (at a price she could afford), that were actually natural and worked.
New to motherhood, she was shocked and appalled when she learnt about aluminium in shop-bought deodorant and that it could be passed onto breastfed babies. Her journey progressed and she started making deodorant for her family and friends, first in her kitchen, then their caravan and then a high cabin where she still makes the products today.
Dirty Hippie grew through word of mouth to become the successful small business it is today. Dawn’s objective remains to provide all-natural products that you will love to use, as organic as possible and as affordable as possible.
Dirty Hippie is also passionate about environmentally-friendly packaging, with measures in place to minimise their impact on the environment:
- Lip balms, deodorant and solid moisturiser bars packaged in cardboard tubes
- Kawakawa balm in glass jars with metal lids
- Shampoo & Conditioner bars with only a paper wrapper
- Raw honey is available in glass jars