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About Us


Come experience a whole new way to beauty. Every detail of your visit is thoughtful in its respect and it’s appreciation for nature and the preservation of it. We recycle continuously throughout your services. One cannot help but be a part of nature here in Alaska, and as owner Jen grew up on an off grid homestead in Kachemak Bay, it's impossible to deny our need to protect it. We searched the globe and found products that are symbiotic with our values in their respect and appreciation of our planet, using the principles of biodynamic farming for cultivation and production. Our No-Waste mission is supported by their commitment to using eco friendly methods and packaging. From our refill bar, to our recycling program, we divert almost 95% of all our salon waste from the landfill, and turn it into reusable materials.

Salon Promise


Our commitment to health extends beyond your skin and hair to taking care of our environment, and by using sustainability as our guide and business model

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Jen Bersch


Owner Jen Bersch has an extensive portfolio under her belt, from participating in education with countless industry professionals (including Vivienne McKinder, Sam Villa, Kevin Murphy and Vidal Sassoon), to spending four years as an Artistic Educator with industry leader, Matrix. It was during that stint that her mission to provide a chemical free, earth-friendly salon experience first came to light.

Now, well established in her own right, Jen provides a wealth of information to each client regarding healthy choices in everyday beauty products. She also advocates for national legislation for safe cosmetics and environmentally-conscious practices in the beauty industry.

Jen is part of a fourth generation homestead family, born and raised in Alaska. Her community involvement and interests are broad—from community theater to car racing, just to name a few! Jen has enjoyed working with the Anchorage Opera, the Performing Arts Center and on locally produced films. Jen is leading the way to more environmentally healthful practices in the beauty industry in Alaska.

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