On The Farm, We Believe in Rescue for 2: Complexions & Animals in Need
We believe every morning should look like it was your best night's sleep.
And that socks should slide over your feet without snagging.
We believe in growing greens that are pure, potent, and proven to work.
And that your new skin beginning is just around the farm.
We 100% believe green smoothies should be its own food group.
And that a good pumpkin mask can turn any bad day around. For real.
We believe in being kind: to each other, to animals, and to our planet.
We also believe donkey kisses have magical healing powers. Like actually.
And that glowy good skin starts with a glowy good soul.
Let’s get this rescue started …
We Pursue Three Passions:
Grow Fresh Daily
Microgreens are our specialty. These tiny potent botanicals are more nutrient-dense than many full-size vegetables! Grown sustainably through hydroponics and aquaponics, and harvested immediately, we harness high nutrition extracts that bring out the best in your complexion.Learn More
Give us an hour, and walk out transformed! That's our promise to you. Our freshly harvested botanicals bring rapid results and splendid escapes served in Farm-to-Table style at thousands of spas, hotels and resorts around the world - from Dallas to Dubai.
In a FarmHouse Fresh spa service, you'll be gleaming from our tingling organic pumpkin puree facial mask and superfood serum made from Texas winery grapes that puts the bright in bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. It's true Farm to Treatment!®
At FarmHouse Fresh®, you are part of every animal rescue, because your everyday skincare loves help fund, rescue, and rehabilitate abused animals -- those who come to our sanctuary and are under our employees' care, and thousands more that are placed with marvelous rescue teams across the country who bring them back to life and find them forever homes.Learn More
What they're saying
"More companies contributing to a sustainable outcome improves life for all of us"
"Skincare Company Also Runs Rescue Full of Inspiring Animals"