Helse not only promotes healthy living, we try to do our part to replenish the earth and promote sustainability. We understand and appreciate all that the earth has given us, from the oils we use, to our wood cap on our bottles, the products we craft are provided to us by nature – and giving back any way we can is essential to who we are and what we believe.

Every purchase plants a tree

We've partnered with the non-profit organization One Tree Planted to give back to the earth that gives us so much. When you purchase Helse products, we donate a portion of the proceeds to help plant trees where they're needed most. Check out a few of the planting projects we're currently supporting.

California Redwood Forest
United States


California's forests provide innumerable benefits, including recreation, habitat, and beautiful scenery. Healthy forests also play an important role in addressing climate change. 2017's record-breaking wildfire season burned more than 1.3 million acres – an area the size of Delaware. 2020's fire season consumed close to 3 million acres, resulting in hundreds of millions of trees that will need to be restored. This project is helping to restore the damage of these catastrophic fires and reduce the risk of them happening again in the future.



Our respected on-the-ground partner will work with 550 landowners to get 1 million trees planted on over 865 acres of land to benefit climate, biodiversity, and the local community. This project is part of a nationwide effort to grow Denmark's forest cover to 25% by 2100 and will establish a multi-functional woodland on marginal farmland in western Jutland. The best part? It will be protected in perpetuity by the Danish Forest Act.

The Ocean

Orca Project

The ocean is a passion point of ours. Our amazing partners across the Pacific Northwest have identified critical forested areas that need to be restored in order to have the greatest possible impact on the well-being of the endangered Southern Resident Orca. Planting trees around the rivers and streams that feed into the Orca's habitat reduces water contamination, lowers toxicity, protects salmon spawning grounds, and improves Orca food supply. These projects will bring benefits to other species of wildlife, as well as the communities in the surrounding areas.