Sherri Ziesche


I have always wanted to create my own product line, but the timing was just never right. I had made giant strides in the industry with my beauty boutique, Beauty Company; it had exploded from a mere 500 square feet when I opened in 2002 to being the ultimate San Francisco beauty destination in 2010 with over 3000 square feet of floor space. While I was thrilled with the interactions I was able to have with clients and the services I was able to provide them, the aesthetician in me wanted more. I wanted to create healthy products that really perform.

In 2012, the stars aligned and I was proud to finally launch Ziesche Modern Apothecary. I now had 25 years as an aesthetician under my belt along with the support and feedback of my Beauty Company clients to drive me. For years I have listened to the needs and wants of my clients- Ziesche Modern Apothecary is my response: high-quality, low-cost personal care products that are guaranteed effective, safe, and JUNK FREE.

The idea of the modern apothecary comes from the combination of the old-world techniques and modern science that I use when formulating my products. My small-batch formulas guarantee that all ingredients are fresh and of the highest quality to ensure the best possible end product. I leave out any harsh chemicals, parabens, animal products or JUNK that plague so many of the bath and body products on the market. The best part about Ziesche Modern Apothecary products is our list of natural ingredients- and they are printed right on the bottle.

If you’re new to Ziesche Modern Apothecary and aren’t sure what product to try- check out my blog to learn more about products and ingredients. Buy with confidence knowing that Ziesche is “Fair, Dedicated, and Authentic.”

Fair: High-quality, affordable products made with only the best ingredients
Dedicated: to the customer, the community, and the environment (natural, organic products without harmful chemicals)
Authentic: I only sell products that I am happy to use myself. All products are carefully curated by me in San Francisco.

-Sherri