Introducing our tree planting partnership

Introducing our tree planting partnership with (more:trees)

a free tree for every order over £80

a forest with tall trees

together, we can make a positive impact on our planet

sustainability is hugely important to us at amika, which is why we’re partnering with (more:trees) to plant trees for our brand and on behalf of you, our customers.

for every order over £80, you will qualify for a free tree to be planted in your name, in one of many forests across the world.

the name amika means friend, and amika aims to be a friend to the planet with a range of environmentally-conscious initiatives. from sourcing fair-trade, sustainable and certified-organic sea buckthorn, our signature ingredient found in all amika products, to converting our packaging to post-consumer recycled plastic, to now allowing our customers to plant trees with every purchase - both consumer and planet-friendly!

The benefits

trees in a forest

Climate action

Trees are one of our greatest tools in the fight against climate change. Each tree planted with go on to sequester an estimated 0.3t of CO2 over its growth life, while helping minimise the effects of climate change, such as flooding and extreme weather events.

a waterfall surrounded by a forest

Sustainable development

Planting trees supports more than 10 of the 17 sustainable development goals as set out by the United Nations. These include alleviating poverty, eradicating hunger, supporting life on land and below water, and enhancing gender equality.


what happens behind the scenes

after proceeding through the checkout with your tree, we work with (more:trees) to facilitate the planting of your tree in one of their partner forests.

(more:trees) works with local planting experts to plant indigenous tree species suited to the specific project and its needs. this ensures your tree is planted with the best chances of survival and for optimum impact on climate change and sustainable development.

you can learn more at and view amika's virtual forest at