We love intelligent nutrients for many reasons.
- Women owned product line. Women rock.
- Locally owned and operated. Local is Nice AF.
- Food Grade line. Since Horst sold Aveda and initially just offered supplements under the name Intelligent Nutrients, the line was food grade, so when he decided to include hair care and aromatherapy, the food grade was never dropped, and it's third party tested. Eat it.
- Natural packaging. The products come wrapped in paper, not plastic wrap, and are made our of recycled materials. Eco AF.
- The owner has donated Horst's huge garden in Minnetonka to the U of M for bee research so a portion of the sales actually is going towards saving the bees. Because without the bees, there's no anything.