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About Koe Koeā Hemp

Real Natural. Real Results.

The combination of Hemp seed oil, and the essential oils wasn’t an accident. It was the result of countless test formulations by our team, who understood the potential of these ingredients and knew there had to be a better way to help people achieve healthier skin, naturally.

Koe Koeā is a from the land, natural skin care first and foremost, designed to treat stubborn skin conditions. But it goes well beyond this because our products also provide amazing beauty benefits… all while giving your skin a glowing, rejuvenated, and hydrated appearance.

​Your products are made with love by our talented duo Tui Qauqau Te Paa & Aorangi Logan.

What we believe.

Kaitiaki - beneficial for the whenua (land). Natural weed suppressant, Grown without pesticides or herbicides, pollen isolation, soil improvement in crop rotation, deep roots are natural soil aerators.

Tinana - good, healthy kai which nourishes the whanau (family).  High in essential fatty acids (Omega 3, 6 and 9) hemp oil and seeds support the immune system, brain health, wound healing, insulation of nerve endings and reduces the risk of sudden cardiac arrest and high blood cholesterol levels.

Hikoi - Koe Koeā Hemp will provide opportunities in the Far North region by becoming an eco-sustainable business which is leading the way for hemp growing in the rohe (area).  Hemp farming has proved extremely successful particularly in Canada, Europe and China for centuries and a core aim is to contribute to building another world-class export crop from Aotearoa (New Zealand).

About our name.

Koe Koeā is the call of the Pipiwharauroa (Shining Cuckoo) which is traditionally the harbinger of Spring in Aotearoa.  It is seen as a good omen of new life to come which is core to the organisation’s whakaaro (philosophy).


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