WHY ARCTIC BEAUTY?
Clear water, clean air and plenty of light
With its pristine landscape of pure air and crystal clear waters, northern Finland hosts many of the most powerful and resilient plants on the planet.
We are passionate about making the finest skincare based on Arctic DNA and advanced anti-ageing mechanism for beautiful, healthy skin. Looking and feeling best in every age is our credo.
Using plants grown and harvested in the Arctic region and revolutionary technology is our foundation. Based on that we create a truly luxurious, eco-friendly, and highly effective skincare that is perfect for all skin types.
The harsh beauty of the Arctic Circle
INARI Arctic Beauty has its origins above the Arctic Circle in the raw, awe-aspiring beauty of Lake Inari in northern Finland. Inari is also a lovely village located on the lake, and a common Finnish girl’s name.
At Lake Inari, the sun shines all day and night during the brief, intense summer months and then surrenders to the long, dark, icy winters when the magical Aurora Borealis flares across the night sky.
This enchanting world possesses a constant serenity that soothes the very depths of the soul.
Two enthusiasts who love the wild nordic nature
We love the beauty and wilderness of the Arctic nature. As native Nordics we are inspired by the power and the purity of the Arctic nature and we are committed to creating a non-compromising luxury beauty brand.
Organic cosmetics expert Sirkku Hahn was born in Northern Finland and grew up on the border of the Lapland region. Sirkku knows the diverse plant world of the Arctic landscape.
It was on a visit home to Finland that she got the idea of using the advantages of strong antioxidants in plants picked from the Arctic forests, which is the cleanest natural source on the planet. To combine them to a high-potency complex that supports a natural and healthy look of ageing skin.
Nina Stenberg, a design lover and fan of Scandinavian lifestyle, grew up in Zurich, Helsinki and Munich. As a child she spent her summer holidays exploring the Nordic forests and lakes, collecting baskets full of blueberries, bilberries and mushrooms.