Juniper Ridge Body Wash

Juniper Ridge Body Wash


235 ml

Made in California

These body washes are extremely small-batch, trail-made fragrances produced in numbers usually less than a hundred, and are designed as aromatic snapshots, capturing the wind on a particular day in a particular wild place.

Scent notes:

White Sage - earth, pungent herb, spicy resin

Coastal Pine - resinous pine, citrusy conifer, ocean air

Desert Cedar - sweet cedar resin, warm leather, sharp medicinal top notes

Cascade Forest - Pacific Northwest forests, Mt Hood in the late fall


Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil*, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*, Aqua (Water), Vegetable Glycerin*, Fragrance (Steam Distilled Essential Oils), Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Flower Extract** *organic, **none remains after saponifying oil into soap and glycerin, ***natural anti-oxidant

For external use only. Discontinue use if irritation occurs.  

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Juniper Ridge

Juniper Ridge formulate their wilderness perfumes by distilling and extracting fragrance from wildflowers, plants, bark, moss, mushrooms, and tree trimmings that we harvest on the trail. All of their products are named for the wild places they come from. Juniper Ridge are building a new fragrance grammar of the American West. Their company is built on the simple idea that nothing smells better than the forest and that the only way to bring this beauty home is to strap on your boots and go there.

Unlike synthetic fragrances, these wilderness perfumes are extracted from real, native-plant sources.

The team at Juniper Ridge crawl around in mountain meadows. They smell the wet earth beneath fir trees, and try to determine exactly what those scent notes are in the wind sweeping over a glacier.

All Juniper Ridge products are 100% natural and produced using old perfume making techniques including distillation, tincturing, infusion and enfleurage. A hundred years ago, all perfumes were made this way. Today they continue to handle every step of the process themselves, from beginning to end. These formulas vary from year to year and harvest to harvest, based on rainfall, temperature, exact harvesting location, and season. The exact formula depends on what we find in the wind, a conversation with the living, wild ecology.