About

 
 

Our Mission:

Our belief is that skincare should be clean, natural, balancing and supportive. 5th Dimension uses all natural ingredients, void of any chemicals, synthetic fragrance, or additives. Each product has been tried, tested, and thoughtfully composed with a blend of medicinal herbs, organic oils, butters and extracts. We source our herbs from small regenerative farms in the U.S. and trusted organic suppliers.

Herbal skincare is a holistic approach to healing, working from the outside in. All of the medicinal herbs used in our products benefit the skin in a myriad of ways. From emollient herbs to astringents, wound knitting and anti-inflammatory. These herbs have been thoughtfully formulated to support the healing of skin irritations in ways that promote the body’s ability to restore balance. Our largest organ, the skin, is affected by environmental conditions, stress, diet, and internal health. Irritation, breakout, or dullness are often the first signs of imbalance. Our products are crafted to ease those symptoms while keeping skin soft, supported and ready to take on the world!


What is the 5th Dimension?

The potentials that lie within everyone are often shrouded by responsibility, trauma, doubt, and systematic oppression. By diving into an alternative realm of self exploration, we can find ways to heal our wounds and embrace all that we are.

In the 5th Dimension, endless potentials arise. We can shed narratives that hold us back, accept aspects of our identities that felt difficult to face, and explore new ways of being. It’s a playful approach to deep healing that allows room for breath and laughter between the hard work so many of us are doing.

5th Dimension takes an otherworldly and exploratory approach to Self Care. This woman owned and operated business, was started by Jayna Anderson.

Jayna is an herbalist and artist based in the Deep South. She recently completed the 135 hour reclaim program at the Samara School of Community Herbalism in New Orleans. She has received awards, research grants, and scholarship opportunities for her artistic practice.

Jayna Anderson