About Us

SKIN Ireland produces sustainable organic vegan skincare products for women and men.  SKIN ethically sources certified organic plant ingredients from county Wicklow. Small batches are created on a weekly basis.

Set up by Yvonne Thunder in 2021, SKIN is based in Dublin. SKIN is a member of the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland.   


Founder and owner, Yvonne Thunder is currently completing a Diploma in Organic Skincare with accredited online Organic Cosmetic Science School, Formula Botanica in the UK. SKIN has a studio-lab in Dublin's Phoenix Park area where products are developed and produced.   
Yvonne has a background in film production and has worked on government events including the Centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising for the Department of the Taoiseach.  She holds a post-graduate diploma in Cultural Event Management.  

SKIN’s Organic Vegan Skincare Products

Luxurious Whipped Body Butter infused with therapeutic essential oils, available in fragrances:  

Lavender or lemon verbena and lemongrass or rose geranium and patchouli or eucalyptus and peppermint or unfragranced.

Relax into Sleep Lavender Pillow & Room Mist

Invigorating Lemon Verbena Body and Room Mist

Spirit-lifting Rose Geranium and Patchouli Body and Room Mist

Energising Eucalyptus Foot Deodoriser, Body, Room and Compost Bin Mist

Golden Jojoba Juicy and Sweet Orange Lip Balm

Golden Jojoba Juicy and Cool Peppermint Lip Balm

Golden Jojoba Juicy and unfragranced Lip Balm


100% Irish linen facecloths, hairbands, overnight socks & gloves and travel bags.

Linen is woven in county Wexford by Emblem Weavers. Sewn by Fashion Connect Ireland in Wexford.

New skin products to launch in the Irish Craft Village at Bord Bia Bloom in the Phoenix Park, 30 May-3 June 2024.

SKIN’s Ethos

The ethos of SKIN is to only work with certified ethically sourced vegan ingredients that provide intensely hydrating nourishment and therapeutic benefits to deliver the desired result of improving the skin.  95% certified organic ingredients.   Each carefully selected plant ingredient and essential oil in every botanical formula, contains hardworking natural plant vitamins and minerals.
FOOD for your skin! 

SKIN at Farmers Markets

Two Fridays a month at Sandyford Indoors market in Naomh Olaf GAA Hall.
Two Saturdays a month, SKIN is at Airfield Estate farmers market in Dundrum.
Two Saturdays a month at The Crafty Crab market in the Sea Angling Club, West Pier, Howth.

Two Sundays a month at Herbert Park market in Ballsbridge and two Sundays a month at Saint Patrick’s Park, beside Saint Patrick’s cathedral, Bull Alley, D8.
Christmas markets include Greystones Plaza market and Killruddery House in south Bray.  
Dates and locations are updated at the beginning of each month, here on the home page and on Instagram skin.ireland

SKIN’s Role to Support the Protection of our Natural Environment

SKIN only uses recycled materials (reusing paper packaging received with orders from SKIN's ingredients supplier) for packaging online orders. All product containers are pharmaceutical-grade and 100% recyclable.  We encourage customers to wash and reuse the aluminium tins and amber/blue glass jars.  All product containers are sourced from SKIN's ingredients supplier in county Wicklow.  Product paper labels are produced in Dublin. SKIN's gift bags are produced from recycled paper, sourced from Irish family business Little and McClean.

Sustainable Gift Sets in Handy Travel Linen/Cotton Bags 

No packaging or wrapping - ready to gift !   Gift bags contain products cushioned in hand-cut and rolled hessian.  Gift bags feature a naturally dried Irish grown flower, hand-sewn on individually to each linen/cotton gift bag.  These linen/cotton bags double as handy travel bags !

SKIN’s Sustainable Story 


SKIN returns to Gifted, the Contemporary Irish Design and Craft Fair in the RDS, Dublin 4-8 December 2024.  

SKIN is a member of the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland.

Grateful for LEO Support
Yvonne completed Dublin City Council’s Local Enterprise Office, Start Your Own Business course in 2021 and gratefully acknowledges the support of LEO.