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Moisturising Day Cream

This moisturizing hair cream moisturizes, softens and provides manageability, leaving hair silky and shiny all day.
You will like it on your hands too! It keeps hands hydrated for up to 2 hours and quickly absorbs into the skin allowing your hands to be used right away.

  • Vegan Society & Cruelty Free International certified
  • 97% natural origin ingredients *
  • Minimalist formula born in professional haircare labs
  • Formulated without silicones and artificial dyes
  • With ethically sourced murumuru butter
  • Dermatologically tested
  • Plastic jar made with 50% recycled material
  • FSC Certified Cardboard made from 100% recycled material and is recyclable
Dermatologically Tested

Assessed under supervision of a dermatologist to a very good level of tolerability to skin.

*We calculate the natural origin content of our products following a norm called ISO standard 16128-1+2. It sounds technical, but it just means that the natural origin ingredients are unchanged from the natural state or have a natural source and undergo some processing – but importantly the ingredients retain more than 50% of its original natural structure from the original plant or mineral source.

/ Did you know ?

weDo/ products contain between 86% to 99.7% natural origin ingredients, depending on the products. Rest are synthetic ingredients necessary to ensure the right preservation and high quality in-use performance. Furthermore, our weDo / Professional line has a specially designed synthetic clean fragrance to keep the level of allergens on an extremely low level.

Transitioning to natural haircare

Transitioning to natural products comes with a different experience, in terms of application and hair feel. Scalp and hair will need to get used to the milder and gentler cleansing in the beginning. It might take a few washes – usually 2-3 weeks – to adjust and the good news is that hair is nurtured, smooth and easy to comb.

2 out of 3 US consumers agreed that they love the way weDo/ products make their hair look and feel.*

3 out of 5 US consumers agreed that the weDo/ products perform so well, they can’t believe that they are natural. *

(Consumer usage test, 120 women (natural and non-natural haircare users, 3 weeks, USA, June 2021 with weDo/ shampoos, conditioners, and masks)​


Made with ethically sourced murumuru butter

Aqua/Water/Eau, Cetearyl Alcohol, Hydrogenated Ethylhexyl Olivate, Oleth-5, Behentrimonium Chloride, Phenoxyethanol, Parfum/Fragrance, Sodium Benzoate, Astrocaryum Murumuru Seed Butter, Isopropyl Alcohol, Citric Acid, Hydrogenated Olive Oil Unsaponifiables, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Tocopherol.

Made with ethically sourced murumuru butter

Aqua/Water/Eau, Cetearyl Alcohol, Hydrogenated Ethylhexyl Olivate, Oleth-5, Behentrimonium Chloride, Phenoxyethanol, Parfum/Fragrance, Sodium Benzoate, Astrocaryum Murumuru Seed Butter, Isopropyl Alcohol, Citric Acid, Hydrogenated Olive Oil Unsaponifiables, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Tocopherol.

Moisturizing Hair & Hand cream

Apply a small amount on clean, damp hair to hair lengths and ends.

Try it on your hands too! Moisturizes without making hands sticky.

Bad seeds
Josef Sudek Studio
Curated by Jen Kratochvil

In a concealed valley, somewhere in the middle of the Forbidden Hills, a dying monk, the last member of an order so ancient that neither he nor the historic documents in the library of the masters reach back to its beginning, with the utmost exertion, drawing on the last of the remaining strength in his shrivelled arm, he reaches towards the little mahogany table at the side of his otherwise humble bedroom. For a moment it seems that his body, tested by the centuries, refuses to perform this basic task. The monk’s perfect mental discipline, however, still has his earthly body firmly under control. And finally, he grabs hold of his iPhone and with slow movements, and boundless elegance, his fingers literally dance over the screen as he reviews his order in the Amazon Prime application.

The order for spare parts that are essential for the operation of the generator of the whole monastery complex has successfully been placed. The quiet beyond the boundaries of civilized imagination is soon disturb by the gentle buzzing of the props of several delivery drones that place the crucial components at the destination and the data storage of the ancient secrets remains fully functional for future millennia. The monk exhales for the last time, with a clear conscience that the message of his order will remain preserved.

With the recent United Nations report on climate change the dystopian vision has officially become our future. Doomsday stopwatches are set at twenty years and their ticking is so loud that you need a considerable dose of pills to get a good night’s sleep. Unfortunately, only a mere 49 per cent, or with momentary good will 51 per cent, of the population, hear that stinging ticking. If sensitive people have until recently reduced the stress by recycling or vegetarianism, now we know that personal initiatives are not enough, that aggressive political collective participation is required. At the same time, art was never far removed from that sensitivity, but its reach remains more or less within a closed elite circle. The information value or, perhaps better, emotional strength of the image is indisputable. An extreme example is the acclaimed BBC documentary series Blue Planet from 2001, narrated by Sir David Attenborough, the sequel of which premiered last autumn. The whole series was extraordinarily well received, but nothing evoked such a public reaction as the last six-minute sequence of the final episode drawing attention to the impact of global pollution caused by plastic waste. The shots of a turtle imprisoned in a plastic sack, or a dead albatross whose cut-up body reveals its guts full of bits of consumer plastic, all in the uncompromising literalness of 4K UHD, forcing viewers of the programme around the world to call for the changes to the existing approach to the everyday use of plastic products, as if none of them, before been confronted with the reproduced image of the suffering animal, had ever had reason to be concerned with the problem.

In his work, Adam Vačkář has from the start reflected on the condition of post-humanism in the general and probably insurmountable conditions of the neoliberal system. The ties between the organic and the industrial, which every day shift further towards organic industry, constitute the backbone of his photographic and installation work. In his hands, the found bits of woody plants covered in lichen and moss change into elastic forms having the appearance of prefabricated products. The differences between a plastic bottle and bit of woody plant vanish. A stone can be a drone and potable water crude oil. Everything in the aesthetics correspond to the high standards of advertising photo or product design. His poetic criticism – if you are in sync with the stinging ticking all around – can sometimes even seem too literal. Yet it is still dominated by the artful process of making facts visible and putting further strains on antagonisms that to many people are invisible.

As we know from reading countless critiques of the contemporary political and economic status quo, it is easier to imagine the end of the world than the fall of rapacious capitalism. Similarly, it is clear to us that no matter how critical we may be, we are always an inseparable part of what we are attacking. This is something Adam has repeatedly emphasized in his work, for example, in his performances, when he puts himself, as an artist, in a shop window of a department store, or with his stable use of the visual language of the global market, stripped of actual advertising or propagandistic rhetoric and thus converted to the abstraction of the apparently glorified ruins of our civilization.
The vision of the last monk, who devotedly leaves his legacy of countless preceding generations to digital emptiness, or the possible future AI, may seem like another generic sci-fi story or a metaphor of our future. It depends on the point of view. Bad Seeds are sown, and no one knows how to get rid of their fruits.

Dayshift seeds

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Lawn & garden

What ever you need to know

what ever you need to grow


Turn your lawn and garden from plain to FANCY

With decorative grasses and beautiful wildflowers

For Vegatables
For Flowers
Available in package or bulk
We carry the best seeds for
lawns, Gardens and pastures
Discuss your needs with our experts today

Decorative grasses

A very tall, warm season,

sod forming grass.

Very nutritious and will grow under a wide range of conditions.

Blooms from August to October.

A medium height (2-4 feet tall) bunchgrass.

Highly nutritious and does well on poor soils. Blooms from July to October.

Attractive reddish-brown color in winter.

A tall sod forming grass that remains upright even under ice and snow. Blooms from July to September and spreads by short rhizomes.

A medium height (2-3 feet tall) bunchgrass ideal for hard-use areas and for erosion control.

Does not tolerate wet areas.

Blooms from July to September

A very decorative, tall sod-forming grass that grows well on a variety of soils. . Excellent for wildlife, cattle grazing, and erosion control.

Blooms from August to October

Reed Canary Grass

A perennial cool season grass that

grows up to 6 feet tall.

One of the most productive grasses on upland

and lowland sites if adequately fertilized.

Will do well in wet, poorly drained soils and will tolerate areas that are subject to flooding.

It’s dense growth provides excellent erosion control.

wildflower mixes

This mixture contains perennials.& annuals well suited

to grow in the upper Midwest.

It is formulated to provide bloom spring, summer, and fall.

Ideal for residential or commercial landscaping.

This mixture requires strong, filtered sunlight or

1-4 hours of direct sunlight per day.

This mixture will not prosper in dense shade.

We can help you select the grasses flowers mixes
and fertilizers for any project

Please Note: Native grasses and wild flower mixes are ordered as needed to maintain high germination levels.

Our turf seed products are designed using the best quality turf seed available.

From our Wausau Custom mixes to DOT Highway mixes, we have a turf seed

to fit your needs. In addition to mixes, we carry individual turf grass seeds,

such as Kentucky bluegrass, fine fescues, and ryegrass.

We can also custom blends for special situations or to fit specific job specs.