Wilderness

Married is the creator of the Terres Sauvages brand. She lives in Cortaillod, a charming village on the shore of Lake Neuchâtel. She is 31 years old and after obtaining her master's degree in medical biology in 2011, she worked as a team manager in the pharmaceutical and then food industry.

At the time she had taken a few courses in aromatherapy, but she made products only for her personal use or for her family. On the hobby side, she has been practicing athletics for over 20 years, more specifically pole vault. She likes to train a lot, it allows her to unwind at the end of the day and to forget the worries of everyday life!

Why does his brand have this name? She wanted the brand name to immediately make it “natural” and invite you to travel. It was also a good way to pay tribute to our land which offers so many precious resources, which it selects and uses with care in its creations. 

There are several reasons that pushed her in the direction of creating her brand. After several years in the industrial sector, often behind a computer screen and no longer in the laboratory, she no longer always found meaning in what she was doing and she needed something new. Over time, she also became increasingly aware of the environmental and health problem associated with conventional cosmetics. This is why she wanted to develop a project with the main objective of offering local, quality products at affordable prices. For this, she followed a training course on the manufacture of natural cosmetics as well as on the legal bases in 2016. Her big sister being the manager of a beauty institute, she was also a driving force in the development of the project, they have by the afterwards started to exchange ideas on products to create for its care as well as for individuals and after a few months of “brainstorming”, Terres Sauvages was born!

What are his favorite products? She says her favorite little one is definitely the sparkling balm with monoi. In summer, it repairs and moisturizes the skin after long sunny days and in winter, it makes us dream of beaches and coconut palms with its delicious fragrance. In more “local” scents, solid honey soap is also an essential that appeals to him a lot.

Where to find Terres Sauvages products ?
- On the website:  https://www.terressauvages-cosmetics.com/
- At the Sabaidee Institute, in La Chaux-de-Fonds
- At the Yverdon-les-Bains Bulk Grocery (solid soaps and bath salts)
- On the markets (date here:  https://www.terressauvages-cosmetics.com/marches )
- On the La Magie du Naturel online store (based in Geneveys-sur-Coffrane)
- Being in development, other resellers could be added. The updated list can be found here: https://www.terressauvages-cosmetics.com/points-de-vente