Our Ingredients are kind of a big deal

Wash Wildly

Made with plant-based ingredients and pure iceberg water, East Coast Glow creates highly effective, wildcrafted skincare products from Newfoundland and Labrador.


We believe that the earth provides for us the very best ingredients and the alchemy of each of our scent profiles is designed to capture the essence of the wild that inspires every product we create. We invite you to join us in a simple, unhurried self-care ritual that is uncomplicated, luxurious and sensual.

Karen + Roger

Karen + Roger

Our Pillars

Authentic Newfoundland

Like our founders, our ingredients are born of this place. From fir needles to fireweed and the pure iceberg water distillations, they embody what makes this island so special. Handmade in Newfoundland, each product we make possesses the power to nourish both body and soul. Most importantly, they connect us to the power of nature, allowing the raw beauty of this land to delight our senses.

Wildly Creative

Newfoundlanders and Labradorians are known to create. Inspired by our unique landscape, culture, and connection to nature, it’s part necessity, part magic. East Coast Glow is no exception. Pairing ingenuity with alchemy, we turn humble, wildcrafted ingredients into luxury skincare products in a modern day, natural apothecary. Each product is an expression of who we are and where we come from, artfully created by hand.

Naturally Sustainable

We believe in the power of nature, and our duty to protect it. We think carefully about our products, processes, and packaging, and strive to lessen the environmental impact of everything we do. From refillable soaps to mail-back recycling programs, we believe every decision has an impact. We rely on the natural landscape to provide the wild ingredients that make our skincare products so unique. As a plant-based company, we put the planet first. Naturally.



Wash Wildly.

Wash Wildly.

Since about this time last year, we’ve been on a journey here at East Coast Glow – to refresh our brand. We’ve spent time defining who we are, what...

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