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top-selling sustainable hair heroes

look good. feel good. do good.

Plastic-free, zero waste, ethically made, stylish and they work. High on quality and comfort, while also being ethically made using renewable, plant-based materials.

Kooshoo eco-friendly hair accessories are designed for quality, style and performance.









EST. 2010

Inspired by Norfolk Island. Proudly designed in Canada.
Ethically made in India.

an affordable and convenient way to

try a bit of everything in curated, pre-packed combos

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Show us how you do your ‘do. Tag @feelingkooshoo and you might make the wall of fame!

Who we Are

Meet Jesse + Rachel, Founders of kooshoo

“We are actively shaping the future we wish to live in. A future where we all feel the awe, peace and balance of nature so deeply that we are inspired to protect and preserve it. We want to make our mark on the world without leaving a mark on the planet.”

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How it started

Our Inspiration

We started KOOSHOO as one small change that could make a big difference. We want to live more than a better life, we want to truly do good. Part of this greater mission is to leave this beautiful planet and its beings in better shape than we found it. To be fully transparent and respectful of our impact on the environment, on communities and on individuals. Each day we work together to create a lifestyle that feels balanced, joyful, inspired, and grateful.


Means feeling good

Our current “home base” (headquarters) is Norfolk Island in the South Pacific, where Rachel grew up, and where her family has been for seven generations. They speak a unique and special blend of 18th Century English and Tahitian. In the beautiful language of Norfuk, “KOOSHOO” means “feeling good.”

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“I’m telling you, these are the best I’ve ever used.”

Did You Know

“15 million plastic hair ties are disposed of everyday in the US, the weight of a city bus. Fight plastic pollution with kooshoo”

— Jesse Schiller, Co-Founder

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