What unites the Scottish Highlands, the Appalachians and a cookie factory? This Scottish brand.
Aster & Bay is Erin Hammond's idea. She graduated in Architectural Conservation from the University of Edinburgh. During his architectural history classes he became fond of traditional artisan conservation methods. And, at this point, his life took a turn: he moved to live in Atlanta, where he began researching botany, natural folklore, and alchemy. When he returned to Scotland he decided to launch Aster & Bay. In this brand he would put everything he knew about the indigenous plants of both countries.
Now, Aster & Bay It is the project of Erin and Glen, his partner. The brand is how they want it to be, minimalist, British and artisan in their dedication and care.
This brand is a celebration of the presence of plants in everyday care. Is a Natural brand in which all ingredients come from sustainable and responsible sources. Each product is made as it was made in classic pharmacies, by hand and with great care. The containers are made of recycled glass and its founder does everything possible to leave as little carbon footprint as possible. Hence they use all possible British ingredients; for example: they develop products with local herbs from the Highlands and salt from the coast of Britain. All products are vegan (with the exception of the Green Mask) and are not tested on animals.
We already have the Highlands and the American Mountains. Where is the cookie factory? Aster & Bay products are made in an old cookie factory. Something that is born there has to be in Laconicum.
* Aster & Bay is sold exclusively, in Spain, in Laconicum.