I made my first Thrive purchase a couple of months ago while looking for a natural sunscreen before a camping trip.
What I found in Thrive is an impactful business that uses natural ingredients and is great for my active skin.
We are excited to introduce our newest product - a truly natural shave and shower bar for everyday use and everyday skin care. For men, and for women, too.
And it’s been a bit of an adventure getting it done, collaborating with our farmers, our scientists, soap gurus (yes, really), and conversations with you.
From Our Farms, To Your Face: Why Regenerative Agriculture Impacts So Much More Than The Environment
When I look at Don Juan’s fields or have dinner with his family, or visit our partners at Coopecuna, I see right in front of me how the positive impacts of our regenerative mindset spirals outward into everything we touch.
Better soil quality. More potent plants. Higher quality natural skincare. Improved livelihoods for our farmers, their families, and their communities.
You keep pushing that limit. We can relate, because while we aim high from the beginning with our products, we never stop trying to make them better.
Just like Thrive's friend, NBA player, Mason Plumlee, tweaks his routine for better performance, we did the same to our Shave Oil.
Same super-close shave, full of antioxidants, and leaves your skin healthy and moisturized. But with a few tweaks to the formula and the package, too.
By employing the principles and practices of regenerative farming, we produce the most potent natural ingredients while also improving our farmlands, the lives of farmers, and even playing a role in reversing climate change.
Thrive's got some adventurous goals of our own this year. We don’t expect to change the world in one trip around the sun. But we want to make sure the stepping stones are ambitious so that each trip is even better than the last.
Here we are. The holiday season again. If you’re anything like us you’re a little uneasy about all the consumerism. But at the same time, you do want to get your friends and family something. Something cool, and maybe unexpected. Something that also does the world good.