Years ago, Pangea founder Joshua Onysko was about to set off on a seven-year trek through Asia and Southeast Asia. Before leaving, he and his mother made a few bars of homemade soap to take on his trip and give away to friends. The soaps were a huge hit, and through his travels Onysko became passionate about corporate social responsibility. In 2000, he moved to Boulder, Colorado and founded Pangea, creating his first products at night in his garage. Since then, Pangea has expanded to include moisturizers, facial masks, and more — all made using organic and fair-trade ingredients, with an underlying commitment to social and environmental responsibility.
Social responsibility, ecocentric bodycare. The company is obsessed with creating gorgeous skincare that nourishes the body. All Pangea products are luxurious while still being organic, fair-trade, and cruelty-free. Their commitment to high-quality organic ingredients means more antioxidants and fewer fillers.
Pangea donates five percent of profits from sales to Women for Women International, a non-profit that supports women who have been through war or other conflicts.