Shannon Davenport wants us to turn our bathrooms into a sanctuary. To do this, he created Esker in 2018. This former trend consultant wanted an honest brand, with clean and safe products that nourished the body and elevate the way it is cared for. The latter was key. It was not just about what to apply to the skin, but what would be the moment to do it.
For this he decided to focus on body products; I wanted to do it very well. With them, Esker proposes that we take a break in the day and focus on taking care of ourselves. It is not about spending a lot of time (many times we don't have it, hopefully) but about using the product with awareness and a certain slowness, basking in the aromas, in the sensations. Esker wants us to transform routines into rituals.
This North American brand has as its protagonists the natural botanical assets that are responsible for restoring and caring for the skin. Its oils are key to the brand, and also the "tools" to better apply them and massage the body. Shannon prioritizes oils such as squalane or jojoba, which are well absorbed over more fatty ones.
Esker also wants to be transparent. It is committed to using products and processes that are not only non-harmful, but beneficial to the body, the planet, and the people who help make its products. This is important to us too. It is a vegan brand. Before arriving in Spain, it could be found in stores like Goop or Anthropologie.
Born in Los Angeles and now established in Austin, this brand promotes clean, mindful and slow cosmetics.
Shannon thinks that taking care of the body is not only good for the skin but also for the mood. We also.