Oak Essentials was founded by a group of like-minded women united by a key feeling that there was something lacking in the world of luxury beauty. With years of collective experience in the lifestyle space, we were eager to cut through the noise by creating a destination dedicated to everyday well-being.
Behind the Brand
For centuries, the Oak Tree has represented longevity, strength, power, and honesty. These virtues permeate our purpose, and as a beauty lifestyle brand, they guide our approach to curated care. We believe that care—of your body, skin, home, and self—comes down to a set of essentials defined by you: from the beautiful details that make your home feel special to the vulnerable conversations that leave you feeling whole.
Oak Essentials is a space for the many moments that make up well-being.
Our Clean Standard
Our products are cruelty-free, non-GMO, and organic whenever possible, and always formulated without synthetic fragrances, silicones, colorants, sulfates, phthalates, parabens, PEGs, petrolatum, mineral oil, and nanoparticles. We always strive to use ingredients with the highest content of natural origin while creating the highest-performing formulas.
cruelty-free, non-gmo and organic
Always formulated without synthetic fragrances, silicones, colorants, sulfates, phthalates, parabens, PEGs, petrolatum, mineral oil, and nanoparticles.
Our products are made simply and without compromise, sustaining your skin and the world around us. From ingredient sourcing to packaging, we aim to choose the best options for the earth.
MINIMAL WASTE PACKAGING
Made in the USA, our product cartons and shipping boxes are printed with soy-based inks and made of 100% recyclable materials. But that’s not all: our product cartons are also PCF (processed chlorine free) certified and Green Seal certified, meaning our packaging is made with a minimum of 30% post-consumer fiber. Wherever possible, we use glass packaging that is easily recyclable. Many of our plastic packaging containers are made with a content of PCR (post-consumer recycled resin), meaning we are using plastics that have been recycled from other products.