Our Managing Director and Creative Director, Jupiter and Anna, recently spoke with Helsinki This Week about the farm, upcoming Frantsila products, as well as their own favorite products.
With the recent press recognition for our Aura Perfume Oil, as well as our work with the Apothecary Scent Lab, we have been getting an increasing number of questions about what our scent works mean generally, as well as questions about how we put together the Aura perfume scent specifically. To begin to answer some of these questions, we thought we would ask our resident perfumer and all-around good nose, James Cormier.
Iloksemme Ruohonjuuren henkilökunta äänesti Frantsilan laventelin eteerisen öljyn 2018 parhaaksi itsehoitotuotteeksi….
Today, along with the rest of the world, we celebrate the International Day of the Girl Child. At this very moment, no matter the country, girls are dreaming of becoming presidents, artists, head teachers, musicians and business leaders, and it is more important than ever to support their dreams and to show these future leaders and creators that dreams do become reality.
The gathering of the harvest is a very special time here at the herb farm. After sowing the seeds by hand in early spring, we now carefully hand pick and process those self-same plants in early autumn. It really is a magical journey.
My husband James and I are agronomists and we wanted to set an example of how to be in a truly reciprocal relationship with plants. Specifically, we wanted to show the kinds of healthy relationships we can have with our environment.
Frantsila is pleased to announce that we are joining forces with our fellow brands, R/H Studio and Papu, to open Market, a new collaborative retail space located at Pohjoisesplanadi 19. Come visit us in Helsinki!
A view from the Frantsila archives: what we mean when we say that Frantsila products are crafted by hand.
It is Midsummer today in Finland, which holds a very special, magical meaning throughout the Nordic countries. It is the longest day of the year, which signals the high point of summer when all growing things are at a peak of freshness.