About us

Natural skincare for the adventurous spirit

 

What We Do

Mark Twain once said, “If you don't like the weather in New England now, just wait a few minutes.” At Aeemelia we understand this all too well, we love outdoor adventure, we embrace the seasons, we enjoy the city and we travel often. So, we needed a skincare product that could perform in conditions as variable as our New England weather and our changing conditions. Aeemelia was born out of necessity and we are committed to providing products that are gentle enough to be kind to your skin but tough enough to withstand your greatest adventures. It’s natural, it’s organic and it’s made to be used.

We are a community of people who love the outdoors, who believe kindness can create true happiness and know for certain that a genuine smile is your most beautiful asset.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our Story

The idea for Aeemelia was born out of a conversation among friends about fashion, function and future. The simple question of why is it so hard to find products that look good, function well and care about our future? Thus came the intention behind Aeemelia, create a great product company that cares as much about the future as it does about your skin. With intention, our products are carefully crafted with high-quality ingredients in harmony with nature. We’ve spent countless hours mixing and matching various ingredients to create a product that lives up to our intention. Welcome to Aeemelia. What’s your intention?
Founder, Jamie Russell

 

Our Philosophy

Have you ever noticed how a smile can light up a face? So have we, which is why we are committed to developing products that put a smile on your face. At our core is a belief that true beauty comes from happiness and true happiness comes from within. With this in mind, our products are made to accentuate your natural beauty, not cover it up. Aeemelia products are for all smiles, skin types and stages of life. In each bottle is our wish to you, that you may enjoy a long and beautiful life of happiness.